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In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Joe, Kyle, and Michelle are joined by Tim Cools of Psychedelicexperience.net. They talk about 5-MeO-DMT and how even medical journals can put a spin on their published studies.
In this episode, Michelle and Joe interview Ralph Blumenthal, author of "The Believer: Alien Encounters, Hard Science, and the Passion of John Mack,” about Mack's work and its relation to psychedelics (beyond being trippy).
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Joe, Kyle, and Michelle discuss recent legalization wins, psilocybin and creativity, ceremonial ayahuasca use and group benefit, and the CIA, astral projection, and the missing page 25.
In this episode, Joe interviews Richie Ogulnick, a facilitator/guide who has been helping clients through ibogaine experiences for 27 years. They talk about his practice, different methodologies, intentions, and why iboga works.
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Joe, Kyle, and Michelle discuss California’s statewide decriminalization effort, patents, provider information theft, and how psychedelic companies can be ethical in a capitalistic world.
In this episode, Joe and Kyle interview clinical psychologist and author, Kile Ortigo, about trauma, healthcare burnout, Jung, mythology in movies, and ways different therapeutic modalities can better handle integration.
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Joe interviews microdose mentor, entrepreneur, author, and retreat leader, Laura Dawn. They talk about creativity and how psychedelics can foster creative thinking and problem-solving.
In this episode, Joe interviews 4-time guest Dena Justice, who is using this episode to come out of the psychedelic closet in a big way, discussing the lessons learned about safety from years of powerful psychedelic experiences.
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Kyle, Joe, and Michelle discuss Carl Hart, the drug war and truth, another study showcasing the placebo effect, mushrooms, and if scientists will be able to predict psychedelic outcomes.
In this episode, Joe and Kyle interview author of Drug Use for Grownups, Dr. Carl Hart. They talk about the drug war, coming out of the closet, drug exceptionalism, responsible drug use, and fighting inaccuracies with logic.
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Kyle, Joe, and Michelle discuss the problems with psychedelics being touted as “miracle cures,” and Tim Ferriss and David Bronner's concerns over Compass Pathways' recent patent-filing.
In this episode, Joe interviews Leo Russell, Monique Bridges, Malika Lamont, Tatiana, and Solana Booth of the Entheo Society of Washington, a 501c3 organization and sister agency to Decriminalize Nature Seattle.
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Kyle, Joe, and Michelle are joined by Balázs Szigeti and David Erritzoe, who both worked on last week’s much-discussed trial on microdosing that validated the power of the placebo effect.
In this episode, Kyle interviews somatic salvia guide and creator of the salvia pipe, Christopher Solomon. They talk about the many unique things salvia can bring to experiencers if it's approached with mindfulness and respect.
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Kyle, Joe, and Michelle discuss using MDMA for alcoholism, a microdosing study proving the placebo effect, ways to make therapy cheaper, and if a Shaman is really necessary for ceremonies.
In this episode, Joe interviews founder and CEO of MindMed, JR Rahn. They discuss decriminalization, the DEA, ADHD, Xanax, and MindMed’s goals: developing a trip-neutralizing drug and studying microdosing LSD for adult ADHD.
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Kyle, Joe, and Michelle discuss Norway's plan to decriminalize personal drug use, lucid dreaming, therapists embracing the mystical, and Tim Ferriss’ plea for more ethical drug exploration.
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Kyle interviews clinical psychologist and author of The Psychedelics Integration Handbook, Dr. Ryan Westrum, about intuition, trust, and self-work in today's Covid climate of solitude.
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Kyle and Joe are joined by author, Michelle Janikian. They discuss covid, ketamine, DMT for stroke patients, a psilocybin lab in Jamaica, and question if drug laws violate human rights.
In this episode, Kyle interviews Thoracic surgeon and author of The Art of Human Care, Dr. Hassan Tetteh, about his near-death experience, transcendental meditation, Death Over Dinner, finding purpose, and the power of listening.
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Kyle and Joe discuss the drug war, psychedelic exceptionalism, and patent law in relation to Compass Pathways trying to patent commonalities in psilocybin-assisted therapy like holding hands.
In this episode, Joe interviews Vancouver-based serial entrepreneur and founder and CEO of NeonMind Biosciences, Penny White. She talks about taking NeonMind public and their current project: using psilocybin to combat obesity.
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Kyle and Joe cover recent news, talk about several upcoming PT classes and events, and discuss the ethics of ayahuasca centers continuing to hold large group sessions during the pandemic.
In this episode, Kyle and Joe interview researcher and professor at Johns Hopkins, Dr. Matthew Johnson. They talk about the definition of consciousness and the use of religious/spiritual frameworks in psychedelic sessions.
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Joe interviews Vermont-based filmmaker Colin Thompson about his newest "'Superbad' on mushrooms" movie, “Light Years:” a tribute to a fallen friend in which he played nearly every part.