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.
In this week’s episode Justine Willis Toms speaks with Joanna about: the grace to keep the wonder and awe active in our life; imaginal cells coalescing together for tghe betterment of the planet; deep exploration and healing through psychedelics; Nature is all about fierce celebration; social and political engagement rooted in spiritual practice; interviewing as a spiritual practice; the enlivenment of ecstatic singing together; bringing our fullness and gifts to the world.
In this week’s episode Dennis McKenna speaks with Jacob Aman and Christine Marie at the 2017 Telluride Mushroom Festival: the lack of cultural context for LSD in the 60s; the emergence of psychedelic consciousness through the mushrooms; fifty years of engagement with ethnopharmacology; psychedelics from a co-evolutionary perspective; plant intelligence emerging in the world stage; we are symbionts with eberything on Earth; the urgent need for non authoritarian, genuine, spiritual experience; the essential message from ayahuasca to Dennis; ayahuasca, beyond the biomedical model; intriguing perspectives at La Chorrera.
In this week’s episode Don Lattin speaks with Joanna about: why psychedelics are illegal?; the comeback of psychedelic-assisted therapy and entheogenic spirituality; Bill Wilson and his psychedelic experiences; an essential insight from ayahuasca; MDMA-assisted therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder; the double edge of psychedelics as socio-political catalysts; exploring microdosing.