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May 24, 2019

This episode of the podcast narrows in on the manner in which early childhood experiences inform, often unconsciously, our adult perceptions, behavior, and self-identity. Our guest, author and former Christian minister Bruce Sanguin, takes us into and through a (common) legacy of early childhood wounds, the relational...


May 10, 2019

Samantha Retrosi is on the show to talk to us about healing with ayahuasca -- what that means, how it happens -- and the importance of understanding that healing and illness go well beyond the individual and extend into relationships, society, and politics.

We start out exploring her journey from the Olympics into...


Apr 26, 2019

Kevin Tucker is the author of 'The Cull Of Personality: Ayahuasca, Colonialism, and the Death of a Healer'.

He is on the show to talk to us about the history of resource extraction from the the Amazon, the devastation it wrecked on its peoples, and how he sees that history of extraction alive in the present in the form...


Apr 12, 2019

Salvia Divinorum, apparently, is an under-explored wonder plant that has not only been misused and misappropriated but highly misunderstood. Thankfully, we have the knowledgeable and experienced contributions of Christopher Solomon to help us cast out those misunderstandings and enter us into the beautiful world Salvia...


Mar 29, 2019

Our guest for this episode of the podcast is Deb Dana, LSCW and she is on the show to tell us all about Polyvagal theory and the explanatory power it has for how and why we are the way we are in the world and with each other in  a psychological, neurobiological, sociological, but also practical way.

Polyvagal theory is...