In A Perfect World
memetic r-evolution for the species upload
February 14, 2018 04:37 PM PSTYOU can now support this podcast via BitCoin: 1DqzQqRuYwApTyA6n3q6ff6hPwbfhmTHmy A special Valentine's Day edition with experiential journalist Rak Razam and Joanna Harcourt Smith, all about love. Joanna was the starseed psychedelic beloved of Timothy Leary from his escape from prison in 1972, where they met on the run in Afghanistan, throughout the four years of his re-imprisonment until 1977. His love letters to her have recently been returned to her possession, and her reading from them uncovers both a perennial love story and a historical treasure trove of data from those years. How did Tim's separation and imprisonment heighten his tantric appreciation for love itself? How did the psychedelic ideas of Exo-Psychology and the Eight-Circuit model of Consciousness he devised permeate his letters? How do we learn to love unconditionally, opening up to Source in all of us, and still find the Beloved to anchor in our temples? A deeply intimate satsung on the power of love from us, to you... Find more of Joanna Harcourt Smith's work at: http://futureprimitive.org and her book Tripping the Bardo with Timothy Leary: My Psychedelic Love Story. And please support this podcast pay its annual hosting fees in 2018 and the emergence of new paradigm media by contributing to: https://www.patreon.com/rakrazam or the bitcoin account above, gracias!
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. 129: Holy Man
February 01, 2018 03:47 PM PSTYOU can now support this podcast via BitCoin:1DqzQqRuYwApTyA6n3q6ff6hPwbfhmTHmy A rollicking rollercoaster of a ride between Tulum and Cancun with experiential journalist Rak Razam and guest Dr. Joseph Barsuglia. Join us for a fly on the wall conversation that bridges the worlds between psychedelia and policy, academia, medicine and religion, from 5-MeO-DMT to endogenous mystical states. What does it mean to worship in our modern, secular age? If entheogens trigger a divine impulse, how does that relate to faith? Can we cultivate the art of Divine Listening and a relationship with the Source within? Can we cure addictions by integrating the mind body and spirit? Joseph was the director of the Crossroads Ibogaine clinic, working to cure addictions, and here we explore healing and trauma release modalities, the vagus nerve, psychedelic therapy, and somatic intelligence. Can the disconnection of addiction be healed by the connection of the spiritual experience? For more information see: www.josephbarsuglia.com and PubMed and Research Gate, search for Joseph Barsuglia. With BIG thanks to Adam of The Sonic Root.com for filtering some of this audio–recorded in a noisy van–and making it all that little bit more listenable! Thanks to the listeners, too, for their understanding–we captured gold here, and sometimes you have to dig for it! xx And please support this podcast pay its annual hosting fees in 2018 and the emergence of new paradigm media by contributing to: https://www.patreon.com/rakrazam or the bitcoin account above, gracias!
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. 128: The Flowering Soul
January 02, 2018 10:40 AM PST￼YOU can now support this podcast via BitCoin:1DqzQqRuYwApTyA6n3q6ff6hPwbfhmTHmy Experiential journalist Rak Razam hosts an extended version of the lecture he gave at the 2017 EGA conference in December, 2017. If EntheoGenesis is awakening to the Divine within, what do we do with IT then? Is the peak experience of divinity a seed to be integrated and/or a relationship to be nurtured? Is the current surge in interest in 5-MeO-DMT from synthetic and natural sources like the Bufo Alvarius toad just the latest stage of an entheogenic relationship flowering in human consciousness? What are the other steps in anchoring this God consciousness? Beyond the toad, can we entrain our endogenous capacity to anchor Source, and what would this mean? For more info see www.rakrazam.com . And please support this podcast pay its annual hosting fees in 2018 and the emergence of new paradigm media by contributing to: https://www.patreon.com/rakrazam or the bitcoin account above, gracias!
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. 127: 5MEO
December 01, 2017 12:18 AM PSTYOU can now support this podcast via BitCoin:1DqzQqRuYwApTyA6n3q6ff6hPwbfhmTHmy Experiential journalist Rak Razam hosts a robust community discussion on the role, importance and shape of 5-MeO-DMT in modern culture from the Somara Shamanic Medicine Forum, Feb, 2016. With Shannon Kempster, Maya Waken, Dean Jefferys, Dan Schreiber and Jewelli Deva. What is the connection between the Mexican Sonoran desert toad and the legendary yage of Amazonian tribes? What role does bufotenine play in the 5-MeO neurochemical cocktail in plants and toads? Unified field. Source consciousness. Home: what celestial cartography do these catalysts reveal? Is this the return of DreaMTime consciousness? Are there any significant differences between synthetic and organic 5-MeO, or plant-based and toad-based 5-MeO? Do repeated doses of 5-MeO make one more sensitive to the medicine and to the ceremony of life itself? How do we keep open the endogenous pathways that the medicine can reveal? Recorded and shared by Kent Holloway. With thanks to Somara: http://www.somara.org/panels Also visit Toad & 5-MeO-DMT Testimonials for more community information: https://www.facebook.com/groups/813691418706935 and the Five Hive: http://5meodmt.org And if you like this podcast support the emergence of new paradigm media by contributing to: https://www.patreon.com/rakrazam
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. 126: Sacred Humans
October 31, 2017 11:39 AM PDTYOU can now support this podcast via BitCoin: 1DqzQqRuYwApTyA6n3q6ff6hPwbfhmTHmy Experiential journalist Rak Razam goes deep with shamanic facilitator and spokeswoman Tricia Eastman in talking about her medicine path with iboga, 5-MeO-DMT and planetary initiation. How can we be of service to the shamanic medicines and be sustainable as facilitators ourselves? What training and best practices are needed as a foundation amongst the diversity of shamanic medicines and styles? How do we integrate indigenous practice and customize it for modern audiences and needs without appropriation? What are the dangers of western poly-entheogenic use? Is there a stepping stone pattern to be guided in with what entheogens we work with on the deepening path of initiation? Are more women being called forth to serve medicine as ‘midwives’ to the Divine and how does that balance out the sacred masculine? As we re-sensitize to ourselves and nature and our place in the grand unfolding, what does it mean to be a Sacred Human? For more information visit: http://www.psychedelicjourneys.com And if you like this podcast support the emergence of new paradigm media by contributing to: https://www.patreon.com/rakrazam Art: Android Jones xx
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. 125: The Love of Art
September 27, 2017 06:24 PM PDTYOU can now support this podcast via BitCoin:1DqzQqRuYwApTyA6n3q6ff6hPwbfhmTHmy or via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/rakrazam Gwyllm Llwydd has long swum through the seas of Art & Entheogensia. His early artistic influences were Willifred Sätty, Max Ernst, Rick Griffin and various schools of Buddhist Mandala Art. Join us as experiential journalist Rak Razam chats with Gwyllm, artist and publisher of “The Invisible College Magazine” on EarthRites.org and curator of one of the greatest collection of historical visionary art on the internet. Together they discuss the role of visionary art in culture from Dreamtime cave walls to William Blake, the Surrealists, Ernst Fusch, Salvador Dali, Roberto Venosa, Pablo Amaringo, Alex and Allyson Grey and Android Jones’ virtual reality installations and many points in-between. Is visionary art not just a representation of altered states but a mapping of the same? Are artists information transfer specialists from higher dimensions to this one that bring forth the Divine Spark? Can the Love of Art Save the Earth? For more information see: https://gwyllm.com ; http://www.invisiblecollege-publishing.com ; and gwyllm-art.com. You can also connect with Gwyllm on Facebook, Google+, Twitter or via email: llwydd (at) earthrites (dot) org
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. 124: Darkness Shining Brightly
August 31, 2017 04:08 PM PDTYOU can now support this podcast via BitCoin:1DqzQqRuYwApTyA6n3q6ff6hPwbfhmTHmy or via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/rakrazam Do we over intellectualise as a protection mechanism keeping us from being fully embodied? Do our minds negate our hearts as a malware coping mechanism for the modern world? How can we feel safe?Experiential journalist Rak Razam chats with Natasha English, a Nondual / Transpersonal Point Therapist about trauma, PTSD, entheogenic healing and ‘spiritual bypassing’ or the masking of our wounds with spirituality. Can entheogens open up our armoring and reveal our full potential–and what are the dangers? Natasha herself experienced a terrifying 5-MeO-DMT experience that took her to the hell realms and from that primal wounding she has found the courage to shine in her fullness and listen to her heart. Find more of her work and writings at: https://freefallintoreality.com/clear-pointing/ and http://www.thepointprocess.com .
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. 123: Is the Microbiome Psychedelic?
August 01, 2017 11:27 AM PDTExperiential journalist Rak Razam chats with Caitlin Thompson, the Aware Project San Diego liaison and founder of EntheoZen.com and a wellness spokesperson about psychedelics as a novel approach to immune conditions. What is the microbiology of the nervous system and how do neurotransmitters send information? Caitlin shares her own journey to wellness and her understanding of the science of psychedelics and how it relates to our own health and wellbeing. Clinical psychedelic research focuses on EEG, MRI and the mind, but what role do tryptamines play in the endogenous consciousness of the mind, body and soul? Do tryptamines like n,n,DMT and 5-MeO-DMT act as psychedelic immunomodulators? Are auto-immune conditions where the body attacks itself a metaphor for the way humans are poisoning the earth? Are humans just a rogue microorganism in the Gaian biome? Science says we have three brains: stomach gut brain/ heart brain with neuronal cells and the mind/ brain. Do our microbiomes have a representation on the astral/energetic level that can be revealed by tryptamines? Does the micro biome receive the broadcast consciousness signal of Source that the ego of the brain filters out? Is the microbiome essentially psychedelic and also affected by our ingestion of psychedelics? And how does this relate to the Amazonian shamanic perspective? Find more about Caitlin at: www.EntheoZen.com and the Aware project San Diego: https://www.meetup.com/Aware-Project-Rethinking-Psychedelics-San-Diego
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. 122: Root and Vine
July 06, 2017 02:39 PM PDTExperiential journalist Rak Razam chats with Ben De Loenen, founder and Executive Director of ICEERS (International Centre Enthnobotanical Education Research & Service). These fellow filmmakers have been drawn in by their plant medicine experiences making documentaries to explain the worlds of the spirit and have both gone on to form NGOs to help facilitate the integration of shamanic medicines into the West. Ben studied audiovisual media in The Netherlands, and received his Masters degree with honors as a film director and editor for his documentary ‘Ibogaine-Rite of Passage’ (2004), which he directed and produced. He helped form ICEERS in 2009 as a philanthropic, tax-exempt non-profit organization dedicated to the integration of ayahuasca, iboga and other traditional plants as therapeutic tools in modern society, and the preservation of the indigenous cultures that have been using these plant species since antiquity. Listen to this revealing and intimate conversation on the edge of the worlds of shamanic medicine and public policy… For more information see: http://www.iceers.org/
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. 121: Fellowship of the River
June 04, 2017 10:31 PM PDTExperiential journalist Rak Razam talks with Dr. Joe Tafur, author of Fellowship of the River about his experiences in the Western medical and the Amazonian shamanic models of health and wellbeing. Can we bridge the mystical with the physical? Do we need a more holistic understanding of health and medicine itself? For the last decade, family physician Dr. Joe Tafur has been exploring the role of spiritual healing in modern healthcare. During his intensive work at the Peruvian healing center Nihue Rao Centro Espiritual, Dr. Tafur studied Traditional Amazonian Plant Medicine (TAPM) and Shipibo shamanism under master ayahuasquero Ricardo Amaringo. At the center, he learned how shamanic approaches can help to heal modern health problems like anxiety, depression, PTSD, migraine headaches, and digestive problems. Under the guidance of master shamans, Dr. Tafur has learned about the importance of acknowledging the emotional body and its role in modern disease. Once acknowledged, spiritual approaches can be used to heal the emotional body and, in turn. the mind and physical body. For more information visit: https://drjoetafur.com And if you like this podcast support the emergence of new paradigm media by contributing to: https://www.patreon.com/rakrazam
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Podcast SummaryYOU can now support this podcast via BitCoin:1DqzQqRuYwApTyA6n3q6ff6hPwbfhmTHmy A regular series of “experiential journalism” podcasts exploring the evolution of the new global paradigm. In a Perfect World will chart the meetings, musings and collective dreamings of gonzo reporter Rak Razam amongst the cultural creatives of the global tribe,the Ultraculture of the 21st century. These recordings are raw snatches of Beatnikian immediatism, unedited downloads from the tribal journey of remembering... Come anchor the vision and spark the new paradigm alight...
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Rak Razam is the world’s leading ‘experiential’ journalist, writing about and helping shape the emergence of a new cultural paradigm in the 21st century. Author of the critically acclaimed book Aya Awakenings: A Shamanic Odyssey and the companion volume of interviews, The Ayahuasca Sessions (www.ayathebook.com), he is a frequent lecturer on ayahuasca and the shamanic revival sweeping the West. He wrote, produced and co-directed the groundbreaking new visionary documentary Aya: Awakenings (www.aya-awakenings.com) that toured across 10 cities in the USA in early 2014. He has been hosting dynamic speaking engagements, panel facilitation and lectures across Australia and North America at conferences, transformational festivals and other events for the past five years, weaving together the New Age, counter-culture and progressive thought. He has been called one of the “leading spokespersons for the new paradigm”.
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