Martial Arts and Psychedelics

Martial Arts and Psychedelics

In this week’s episode Richard Haight speaks with Joanna about: his life-changing visions; finding a sustaining meaning; experiencing an inner pull to training in martial and healing arts in Japan; a message from ayahuasca in the Amazon; a relaxed, all-emcompassing awareness; recalling his psychedelic experiences; the call of teonanacatl; set, setting and context: a spiritual warrior approach to psychedelics; following the pull; unconditional love in the martial arts and psychedelics.

A Biocultural Regeneration

A Biocultural Regeneration

In this episode Frédérique Apffel-Marglin speaks with Joanna about: the rhythmic connection between humans and the cosmos; a paradize for medicinal and psychoactive plants; origin of the Sachamama Center for Biocultural regeneration; rediscovering the pre-Columbian, anthropogenic “terra preta” (black earth); encountering the Sacred in the most visceral way; healed by the icaros (sacred songs); initiation by the Spirits; healing the inner and outer landscape; towards a holistic, cosmocentric worldview; the complexity of the ayahuasca ceremonies; reverse anthropology on “subversive spiritualities”.

The Revolution of Evolution

The Revolution of Evolution

In this week’s episode James Oroc speaks with Joanna about: psychedelics and extreme sports; the psychedelic perspective and human survival; the role of psychedelics in the big cultural shift of the last decades; 5-MeO-DMT, a unique psychedelic medicine; the shadow side of the toad medicine culture; that ban on tools for sef-examination; from die hard atheist to modern mystic and entheogenic explorer; the pregnant zero point field; the universe as a giant, holographic, crystalline structure; the privilege of being fully present at this time in human history; the possibilities of virtual reality and digital art; the visionary culture festivals and the need for community.

The Visionary River

The Visionary River

In this week’s episode Christopher Hill speaks with Joanna about: psychedelics, music and ecstatic change; the spread of esoteric, spiritual knowledge through the music of the sixties; the mysterious spiritual revolution of the troubadours; Walt Whitman, Emerson and the American, progressive ecstatic tradition; the Beatles and the English visionary culture of nature mysticism; “Hey Joe” and the call to the West; Kennedy’s assasination and its effect in Bob Dylan’s music; a broader sense of history about social transformation; the visionary river of collective consciousness; the double vision of art.

The Song of Our Soul

The Song of Our Soul

The Song of Our Soul An Interview with Jeff Nixa November 26, 2017 Interview byJoanna Harcourt-Smith Podcasts / Gaialogues In this week’s episode Jeff Nixa speaks with Joanna about: getting in touch with the core self; calling down the song for your life; the missing connection in many religious traditions; looking for an earth-honoring way; the spiritual amnesia of modern culture; resilience of full aliveness; being naturally yourself; “this is...
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