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Psychedelic Science, Therapy and Experience: 18 Stories Colliding at the Intersection between Psychedelics, science, spirituality, Human Potential, holistic healing and Mental Health - podcast #248

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In this new podcast episode, Isra Garcia presents 18 interviews focused on the field of psychedelics; those interviews feature 18 different profiles with stories, experiences, advice and recommendations from a myriad of experts, specialists, therapists, scientists, researchers, and curious enthusiasts from the industry. This conversation was kept during the Psychedelic Science 2023 conference in Denver (Colorado), where MAPS invited Isra to cover the event as a Spanish podcaster focused on psychedelics, human potential and peak performance.

"Integration is on the backend of things but is also preparing the mind, soul and body... Develop your relationship and integration practice with the medicine" - Jeremy Colbert.

The topics range from Psychedelics therapy, ketamin protocols and psychedelic peer support to integration coaching and more.

"In 1994, I announced to friends of mine, while I was in Grade School getting a master's Degree in Psychology, that I would devote myself to psychedelic psycho-assisted therapy when the time was right; I have been watching this, and I jumped as I soon as I could" - Sandra Newes.

"The most ancient technology we have is community healing" - Teresa Ting.

Index of contents - and what you will learn in this episode:

  1. Introduction and context.
  2. Kira: volunteering with MAPS, diversity, education and the science behind it.
  3. Jeremy Colbert: Integration coaching, a combination of psilocybin and ayahuasca, is a skill and tool for integration where science meets spirituality.
  4. Teresa Yung: psychedelics and trauma working for the community space; how can we hold it, how can bring it, healing through peer support and the pinnacle of humankind.
  5. Sandra Newes: putting all your purpose on psychedelics, an online community for psychedelics providers for mental health, works better than anything else I've tried, bringing together the clinical, the physical, the medical, the spiritual and the shamanic.
  6. G.W.: questioning the status quo, reflective work, learning from the mistakes from the past, setting structures to build a more mindful psychedelic landscape.
  7. Nadia Van der Heyden: COO at Alvarius, researching with 5-Me0-DMT, its discoveries and its potential benefits for treating addictions and other disorders, a full circle healing experience, big takeaways from taking psychedelics personally, and best advice.
  8. Mattha Louis Busby: journaling and writing for psychedelics, being in the present moment, releasing tension, investigative elements with the experiential psychedelics in the UK, the proper integration ceases more psychedelic usage.
  9. Ron King: researching on psychedelic medicine, on the making of a psychedelic movie, the psychedelic work that is going on, a new beginning.
  10. Steven Turetsky: from medicinal cannabis to mental health beyond medication through technology, raising funds for MAPS, the willingness to create change faster, taking psychedelics in a safer space.
  11. Iryana Mosina: recreational use of psychedelics in music festivals, using psychedelics to make sure we stay in balance, the importance of the Setting, exposing yourself to altered states of consciousness, dealing with overwhelming and challenging situations, exploration in a safe way.
  12. Julian Amaro: the ketamine assisted therapy, training ketamine therapists, using ketamine for curing a chronic disease mentally, the "keyhole", doing ketamine right and best practices, why ketamine is beneficial for treating people.
  13. Kevin Cho: optimizing the human mind, the Microdose Movement, digging deep into the truth of who you are, tapping into your highest potential, microdosing and macrodosing, powerful routines and how to microdose, best practices and doing it mindfully, lifehacking.
  14. Charlie Solares: working with Thai authorities for Psychedelic legalization, flow states, the holistic way, psilocybin cultivation in Thailand, and what's your Ikigai.
  15. Nathalie Weister: passionate and curious about psychedelics, bridging the corporate space and the spiritual space and how to impact organizations and teams aided by psychedelics, her personal experience and biggest takeaways, and the ongoing quest of learning about yourself.
  16. Lauren Hodge: research for PTSD with MDMA and its impact, becoming a psychedelic therapist, from being triggered each day to being incredible, why proper preparation matters and the self-authoring tool, the power of a long-term integration, working with the indigenous communities.
  17. Dylan Higginbotham: coming with the whole family to Psychedelic Science, your father as your more fabulous teacher, leading the way, everything needs to revolve around love, using psychedelics to boost your passion, giving it your all to what you do, breaking your mental blockage.
  18. Kevin Cranford: work and drug policy, working at MAPS and what it stands for, the most prominent psychedelic conference gathering, morning routines, habits and core skills, drug policy learning, top psychedelic best practices, and rapid-fire questions.
  19. What's your psychedelic story? And ending.

"When I was younger, my dad had to go to prison for working with psychedelics, and it was an excruciating process for the family... But now, 20-25 years later, it has become full circle where the same government that put him in prison is now giving him the license to produce and manufacture these drugs for research" - Nadia Van Der Heyden.

Podcast show notes and resources:

"Ketamine is made for you to disassociate from yourself. We want to do so much that you are out of your body" - Julian Amaro.

Psychedelic Science, Therapy, Experience: 18 Stories around psychedelics, human potential, holistic healing and mental health - Disrupt Everything podcast by Isra Garcia #248

"We are paving the way for a high level of conciousness. Super excited for where everyone will be in the next five years... With psilocybin in psychedelics become more accepted" - Kecho.

  continue reading

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Contenido proporcionado por Isra García. Todo el contenido del podcast, incluidos episodios, gráficos y descripciones de podcast, lo carga y proporciona directamente Isra García o su socio de plataforma de podcast. Si cree que alguien está utilizando su trabajo protegido por derechos de autor sin su permiso, puede seguir el proceso descrito aquí https://es.player.fm/legal.

In this new podcast episode, Isra Garcia presents 18 interviews focused on the field of psychedelics; those interviews feature 18 different profiles with stories, experiences, advice and recommendations from a myriad of experts, specialists, therapists, scientists, researchers, and curious enthusiasts from the industry. This conversation was kept during the Psychedelic Science 2023 conference in Denver (Colorado), where MAPS invited Isra to cover the event as a Spanish podcaster focused on psychedelics, human potential and peak performance.

"Integration is on the backend of things but is also preparing the mind, soul and body... Develop your relationship and integration practice with the medicine" - Jeremy Colbert.

The topics range from Psychedelics therapy, ketamin protocols and psychedelic peer support to integration coaching and more.

"In 1994, I announced to friends of mine, while I was in Grade School getting a master's Degree in Psychology, that I would devote myself to psychedelic psycho-assisted therapy when the time was right; I have been watching this, and I jumped as I soon as I could" - Sandra Newes.

"The most ancient technology we have is community healing" - Teresa Ting.

Index of contents - and what you will learn in this episode:

  1. Introduction and context.
  2. Kira: volunteering with MAPS, diversity, education and the science behind it.
  3. Jeremy Colbert: Integration coaching, a combination of psilocybin and ayahuasca, is a skill and tool for integration where science meets spirituality.
  4. Teresa Yung: psychedelics and trauma working for the community space; how can we hold it, how can bring it, healing through peer support and the pinnacle of humankind.
  5. Sandra Newes: putting all your purpose on psychedelics, an online community for psychedelics providers for mental health, works better than anything else I've tried, bringing together the clinical, the physical, the medical, the spiritual and the shamanic.
  6. G.W.: questioning the status quo, reflective work, learning from the mistakes from the past, setting structures to build a more mindful psychedelic landscape.
  7. Nadia Van der Heyden: COO at Alvarius, researching with 5-Me0-DMT, its discoveries and its potential benefits for treating addictions and other disorders, a full circle healing experience, big takeaways from taking psychedelics personally, and best advice.
  8. Mattha Louis Busby: journaling and writing for psychedelics, being in the present moment, releasing tension, investigative elements with the experiential psychedelics in the UK, the proper integration ceases more psychedelic usage.
  9. Ron King: researching on psychedelic medicine, on the making of a psychedelic movie, the psychedelic work that is going on, a new beginning.
  10. Steven Turetsky: from medicinal cannabis to mental health beyond medication through technology, raising funds for MAPS, the willingness to create change faster, taking psychedelics in a safer space.
  11. Iryana Mosina: recreational use of psychedelics in music festivals, using psychedelics to make sure we stay in balance, the importance of the Setting, exposing yourself to altered states of consciousness, dealing with overwhelming and challenging situations, exploration in a safe way.
  12. Julian Amaro: the ketamine assisted therapy, training ketamine therapists, using ketamine for curing a chronic disease mentally, the "keyhole", doing ketamine right and best practices, why ketamine is beneficial for treating people.
  13. Kevin Cho: optimizing the human mind, the Microdose Movement, digging deep into the truth of who you are, tapping into your highest potential, microdosing and macrodosing, powerful routines and how to microdose, best practices and doing it mindfully, lifehacking.
  14. Charlie Solares: working with Thai authorities for Psychedelic legalization, flow states, the holistic way, psilocybin cultivation in Thailand, and what's your Ikigai.
  15. Nathalie Weister: passionate and curious about psychedelics, bridging the corporate space and the spiritual space and how to impact organizations and teams aided by psychedelics, her personal experience and biggest takeaways, and the ongoing quest of learning about yourself.
  16. Lauren Hodge: research for PTSD with MDMA and its impact, becoming a psychedelic therapist, from being triggered each day to being incredible, why proper preparation matters and the self-authoring tool, the power of a long-term integration, working with the indigenous communities.
  17. Dylan Higginbotham: coming with the whole family to Psychedelic Science, your father as your more fabulous teacher, leading the way, everything needs to revolve around love, using psychedelics to boost your passion, giving it your all to what you do, breaking your mental blockage.
  18. Kevin Cranford: work and drug policy, working at MAPS and what it stands for, the most prominent psychedelic conference gathering, morning routines, habits and core skills, drug policy learning, top psychedelic best practices, and rapid-fire questions.
  19. What's your psychedelic story? And ending.

"When I was younger, my dad had to go to prison for working with psychedelics, and it was an excruciating process for the family... But now, 20-25 years later, it has become full circle where the same government that put him in prison is now giving him the license to produce and manufacture these drugs for research" - Nadia Van Der Heyden.

Podcast show notes and resources:

"Ketamine is made for you to disassociate from yourself. We want to do so much that you are out of your body" - Julian Amaro.

Psychedelic Science, Therapy, Experience: 18 Stories around psychedelics, human potential, holistic healing and mental health - Disrupt Everything podcast by Isra Garcia #248

"We are paving the way for a high level of conciousness. Super excited for where everyone will be in the next five years... With psilocybin in psychedelics become more accepted" - Kecho.

  continue reading

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