Behavior Bitches
Behavior Bitches
Sep 7, 2020
Influencers and Cold AF Showers
50 min
On today’s episode The Bitches bring on Rosie Jeffers, BCBA. We talk about influencers on social media and what behaviors one engages in and why. Rosie shares her experience of “failing” to become an influenster (yes there is a difference). She also reveals why the f#%k she is torturing herself with freezing showers that make her scream. Aren’t you a little curious? Tune in or miss the F out!
Living Myth
Living Myth
Michael Meade
Episode 204 - We Relate Through Stories
This episode of Living Myth focuses on the idea that sharing stories is at the heart of any relationship. The word relate comes from Latin roots meaning “to carry back, to report, to tell.” From ancient times humans have related by carrying stories back to each other. When we stop sharing the heartfelt tales of our life experiences, we can lose the essence of our relationships. Through mythic stories we learn to relate to the deepest parts of ourselves, while also reconnecting to the realm of great imagination and universal truths. Mythic tales can release us from the prison of time and carry us all the way back, past invisible thresholds, to the creation of the world and the origins of human life. Ancient peoples used creation tales to stay in relationship to the mysteries of nature and the hidden potentials of life. If we forget our connection to mythic stories, we can lose essential understandings of how the world renews itself and how we can be agents of creation ongoing. Thank you for listening to and supporting this podcast. You can hear Michael Meade live by joining his new online series “The Arc of Transformation” that begins this Friday, Dec. 4. Register and learn more at mosaicvoices.org/events. You can save 30% on this series, receive additional podcast episodes and further support this podcast by becoming a member of Living Myth Premium. Learn more and become a member at patreon.com/livingmyth. On behalf of all of us at Mosaic, we wish you the touch of grace, the sense of gratitude and shared moments of wholeness. We are grateful for the work you do in the world and for your interest in and support of our work.
31 min
Adventures Through The Mind
Adventures Through The Mind
James W. Jesso
How to Address Corporate Influence and 'Bad Actors' in Psychedelic Culture | Psychedelic Café 4
What is the best way to address both the acute and systemic problems present in psychedelic culture? It's a big question, so we have invited a number of people to have a psychedelic café about it. Our guests, (in alphabetical order according to their last name, excluding host James W. Jesso) * Marta Ketchmarchek, co-founder and coordinator of The Psychedelic Society of The Netherlands and Facilitator at Synthesis, a psilocybin retreat centre in Amsterdam * Trevor Millar, owner of Liberty Root therapy, Chair for MAPS Canada, and on the founding board of the Canadian Psychedelic Association * Jeronimo MM, member of ICEERS, which is the International Center for Ethnobotanical Education, Research, and Service * Anya Oleksiuk, psychedelic documentary filmmaker co-owner and co-director of The Psychedelic Society UK * Brian Pace, the politics and ecology editor for Psymposia and lecturer of psychedelic studies at Ohio state university * Mareesa Stertz of Film maker and co-founder of Lucid News * Bett Williams, author of The Wild Kindness: A Psilocybin Odyssey --LINKS-- For links to our guest' work, full show notes, and to watch this episode in video, head to https://bit.ly/PsyCafe4 ***Full Topics Breakdown Below*** --- SUPPORT THIS PODCAST — ► Patreon: https://patreon.com/jameswjesso ► Donations: https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=383635S3BKJVS ► Merchandise: https://www.jameswjesso.com/shop/ ► More options: https://www.jameswjesso.com/support/ ► Newsletter: https://www.jameswjesso.com/newsletter *** Extra BIG thanks to my patrons on Patreon for helping keep this podcast alive! Especially, Andreas D, Clea S, Joe A, Ian C, David WB, Yvette FC, Ann-Madeleine, Dima B, Eliz C, & Chuck W Episode Breakdown * How psychedelic exceptionalism informs how we think about bad actor's in the scene * The importance of community to resource people addressing conflicts and harm in psychedelic culture * Introducing Psymposia and their perspectives and approach to addressing problems in the culture * Introducing The Canadian Psychedelic Association and the value of community * Creating events to help discuss serious issues psychedelic culture is otherwise bypassing * Wondering about whether or not psychedelics should be held as part of a public politic * Why anti-rival maturity is vital for actual progress in culture, psychedelic and otherwise * Introducing the Netherlands’ Guild of Guides and how they are dealing with bad actors * The psychedelic industry is being led by huge players of corporate Influence * Can the psychedelic experience help us change the business of psychedelics? * What comes after the end of prohibition and how do we get there? * Positive peer pressure and becoming a community that forwards culture towards the future we want to see * The psychedelic community is not "one" community, so how do we work together? * How the forces at work with colonialism are the same forces shaping the modern psychedelic industry through corporate influence * The value of working where you can work rather than trying to work everywhere * Optimism VS naiveté * How distorted exceptions causes those “doing their best to do better” to get torn down for not already being perfect * Medicalization is NOT access * Capitalism and climate change * Not letting ourselves get manipulated into tearing down the lowest hanging fruit * Will the psychedelic industry actually be profitable? ************** --- SUPPORT THIS PODCAST — ► Patreon: https://patreon.com/jameswjesso ► Donations: https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=383635S3BKJVS ► Merchandise: https://www.jameswjesso.com/shop/ ► More options: https://www.jameswjesso.com/support/ ► Newsletter: https://www.jameswjesso.com/newsletter
2 hr 10 min
Plant Medicine Podcast with Dr. Lynn Marie Morski
Plant Medicine Podcast with Dr. Lynn Marie Morski
Lynn Marie Morski, MD, Esq.
Fireside Project: The World's First Psychedelic Hotline with Joshua White and Hanifa Nayo Washington
This week's episode of the Plant Medicine podcast focuses on the new Fireside Project. Joining to discuss the launch of this peer-to-peer psychedelic hotline are the founder and director Joshua White and cultivator of beloved community Hanifa Nayo Washington. Joshua is a trial lawyer with experience both as a hotline crisis counselor and as a psychedelic peer support volunteer at the Zendo Project. Hanifa is a certified Usui/Holy Fire Reiki Master Practitioner with over twenty years of experience developing community-serving initiatives. Together with the rest of the Fireside Project team, they are working towards the April 14th launch of the world's first psychedelic hotline. Fireside Project aims to offer broad support for people using psychedelic substances, with volunteers able to both assist during difficult experiences and offer integration assistance after the fact. Users will also be able to choose between a phone call, texting, or a live chat to connect with a volunteer, allowing individuals in the midst of a vulnerable experience the ability to choose whatever form of communication they find most comfortable. In addition to this crucial support, Fireside Project also hopes to contribute to the psychedelic movement by imagining a more equitable future. Through efforts to recruit a diverse group of volunteers from groups often under-represented in the psychedelic community, Fireside Project hopes to contribute to building a new generation of diverse healers. This is the impetus behind the Fireside Equity Fund, which provides scholarships to volunteers who wish to pursue careers in psychedelic healing. Fireside Project launches April 14th, 2021 and the number is 1-833-2FIRESIDE. in the meantime, they are recruiting volunteers. If you are interested in being a volunteer, there are A&A sessions on December 9th at 5 p.m. PST and January 9th at 10:00 a.m. PST- register at https://firesideproject.org. In this episode: * What services the Fireside Project will provide * How Fireside Project will make psychedelic integration more accessible * What it means to "cultivate beloved community" * How Fireside Project will promote diversity within the psychedelic movement * How to become a volunteer for Fireside Project. Quotes: "Volunteering at the Fireside Project...will provide an opportunity to have a much longer-term experience helping people with their psychedelic experiences." [10:30] "We open up this opportunity for continued support, continued deepening, by following up the next week." [12:49] "It's just simply so beautiful to be with someone during such a moment of deep need and to provide support for them." [23:28] "And maybe you're having a beautiful psychedelic experience and your heart is just bursting to connect with someone, please reach out to us in that circumstance as well." [27:34] "Our hope is to compassionately hold someone in a space so that they can figure out the meaning of the medicine and so that they can feel empowered and comfortable." [33:06] Links: Fireside Project Website Psychedelic Medicine Association Porangui
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