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Your source for cutting edge information about the exploration and expansion of consciousness. Featured speakers include Terence McKenna, Alex Grey, Daniel Pinchbeck, Erik Davis, Ann and Sasha Shulgin, Nick Sand, Timothy Leary, Robert Anton Wilson and more. You can access all of these podcasts for free at PsychedelicSalon.org or through MatrixMasters.net/salon/
 
Live and Direct is a radio show featuring disruptive, provocative, and imperative issues. It airs Wednesday nights at 6PM EST. This is the blog and podcast. The radio station is WRFR, a volunteer-driven, community-oriented, low power station broadcasting at 93.3FM out of Rockland, Maine, repeated on 99.3FM in Camden, Maine, and streaming live on the Internet at wrfr.org
 
A wide ranging discussion of consciousness at the intersection of science and spirituality with Rupert Sheldrake, PhD, a biologist and author best known for his hypothesis of morphic resonance. At Cambridge University Rupert worked in developmental biology as a Fellow of Clare College. He was Principal Plant Physiologist at the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics in Hyderabad, India. From 2005 to 2010 he was Director of the Perrott-Warrick project for research on ...
 
Currently on Season 3. Season 3 - Episode 157 - Present Season 3 is all about Craig talking into a mic about topics loosely connected to design. They're raw, direct, and live episodes where Craig just says what's on his mind, with no editing and nothing cut out. This is all about design and creativity, straight from the mouth of the creative director of a design agency. Season 2 - Episode 80 - 156 AADA is a musical journey through design and creativity. It's a trippy, midnight-style podcast ...
 
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Join in the Wonder Dip on Patreon Psychologist Ido Cohen returns to the mind meld! We muse about soul and nourishing your connection with your inner world. We also riff on Carl Jung, myth, modern masculinity, psychedelics, the controversial phenomenon of Andrew Tate, the psycho-spiritual meaning crisis, we’re all collectively grappling with, and mo…
 
Dr. Anna Yusim is a board-certified psychiatrist, a lecturer at the Yale University School of Medicine, and is working to establish the school’s Mental Health and Spirituality Center. *New Sponsor: MUD\WTR! Go to mudwtr.com/thirdeye to support the show and use code THIRDEYE for 15% off* After completing her studies in Psychiatry, Dr. Yusim felt tha…
 
Support the show, join the community, and get rewards on Patreon! In this one, I rap with my wonder brother, Matt Xian about my first mind-boggling heroic dose experience, the middle path, the beautiful tragedy of being a human, the importance of direct experience on the path of self-discovery, and more. This is a repost of an episode of his show, …
 
*Link to video version* There’s no feeling like being involved in a compelling synchronicity. It’s as if something orchestrated a meaningful glitch in the matrix just for you. But why? What is synchronicity? What does it tell us about the nature of reality? Why is it especially important in our time? In this wonder dip, we’ll dive into those questi…
 
Paul Austin is an entrepreneur, author, and founder of the Third Wave, a psychedelic education and media platform. The latest edition of his book, Mastering Microdosing is available now. In this mind meld we, riff about microdosing, the philosophical implications of the psychedelic revolution, why the future of everything from technology to religio…
 
After more than a hundred hours of private conversations on Zoom, Rupert and physicist turned neuroscientist Alex Gómez-Marín meet in person to discuss some of their favourite themes. In this new installment, Rupert and Alex reflect on the scientific enterprise itself. Starting by acknowledging that new paradigms are near but never quite seem to ma…
 
Bestselling author of Sex at Dawn and Civilized to Death, Chris Ryan joins Michael to riff about the woes of the rat race, the price of progress, the power and pitfalls of visionary experiences, breaking free from the matrix of modernity, synchronicity, the nature of mind, and more. Links for Chris Ryan 🐒 website: https://chrisryanphd.com/ substack…
 
A three-way conversation, or trialogue, in two parts. Part 2 Festivals, a calendrical reform and 'pharmacological intervention'. Oscillating models of chaos, creativity and the imagination. Eleusis as a great turning point. The Virgin of Guadalupe. The Faustian pact with the physical world. The cultural cul-de-sac of the dominator mode. Restoring p…
 
After more than a hundred hours of private conversations on Zoom, Rupert and physicist turned neuroscientist Alex Gómez-Marín meet in person to discuss some of their favourite themes. In this installment, they address the problem of memory localization. Rather than taking for granted that memories are "stored" inside our heads and rushing to specul…
 
James McCrae returns! James (also known by his Instagram handle, wordsarevibrations) is a poet, meme artist, and the author of How to Laugh in Ironic Amusement During Your Existential Crisis, which is available now. In this mind meld, we muse about what Terence McKenna called 'the archaic revival,' why creatives are vital to the spiritual evolution…
 
*This transmission is ideally consumed in its original form on youtube* That moment before you consume a heroic dose of mushrooms is surreal. You know your mind is about to be blown in unknowable ways, you know you can't possibly be prepared for what's to come. Ultimately though, it comes down to one of life's truly rare binary decisions -- Chomp d…
 
A three-way conversation, or trialogue, in two parts. Part I How can chaos theory and full access to the imagination aid us in our understanding of the world and in the creation of our future? Chaos in mythology. The repression of chaos, the rise of patriarchy and the fall into history. The chaos revolution. Bringing chaos tangential to the burning…
 
This is an excerpt from an episode of the Spiritually Incorrect Podcast, with JD Lyonhart and Seth Hart. https://www.spirituallyincorrectpodcast.com JD Lyonhart is a fellow at the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism and an Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Lincoln Christian University. Seth Hart is a PhD candidate in science…
 
*Crowd-sponsor the show, get rewards, and join the wonder gym on Patreon!* Author, podcast host, adventurer, and friend, Jennifer Sodini returns to the mind meld! In this one, we muse about megalithic structures, the high weirdness of the Book of Enoch, the mind-altering effects of a good conversation, the beauty of skeptical optimism, whether or n…
 
This is an excerpt from an episode of the Spiritually Incorrect Podcast, with JD Lyonhart and Seth Hart. https://www.spirituallyincorrectpodcast.com JD Lyonhart is a fellow at the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism and an Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Lincoln Christian University. Seth Hart is a PhD candidate in science…
 
For rewards and podcast extras, become a patron! Autodidactic mythologist, psychology extraordinaire, and Myths That Make Us podcast host, Erick Godsey returns to riff on synchronicity, following your intuition, the problem with mental health pathology, the brilliance of Carl Jung, navigating the snake pit of modern spirituality, the importance of …
 
*This is ideally consumed in its original form as a youtube video. Check it out here* Deep down, we already know — There’s something off about spiritual influencers that claim you’re just one simple hack or magic trick away from changing your life. So why do we get pulled into their web? Why do we pin our hopes on dubious dudes promising us wealth,…
 
A three-way conversation, or trialogue, in two parts. Part 2 How is human imagination related to the creative principle of nature? The nature of the Gaian mind. Human history as a Gaian dream. The Divine Imagination as the source of all creativity. How can we extract the message of the Gaian mind? How could the imaginations of the solar system, gal…
 
Bestselling author of What Doesn’t Kill Us, The Wedge, and more, Scott Carney returns! In this one, we riff on why consciousness is fundamental, quantum weirdness, why it’s so important, yet difficult, to find spiritual truth, why napping is a surprisingly powerful technique for creative inspiration, and much more. *Support Scott’s Kickstarter* Sta…
 
*This is the audio version of a full video wonder dip check it out on youtube!* Not only is there more to reality than meets the eye, reality, as we know it, doesn't really exist. As crazy as that sounds, it's actually the scientific consensus. Thanks to a handful of brilliant human beings (including this year's physics Nobel Prize winners) and gro…
 
A talk Rupert gave at a symposium on the philosophy of form Cambridge University in May 2022. A long debate about the nature and causes of forms has been going on at least since the time of ancient Greece, and within the sciences has been most hotly contested in relation to the morphogenesis of plants and animals. Since the seventeenth century, mec…
 
Support the show, get rewards and join the wonder gym on Patreon Author, meditation facilitator, host of The Astral Hustle podcast, and friend, Cory Allen returns to the mind meld! In this one, we riff on 'psycho-technologies,' recognizing and debugging the patterns of our minds, habit change, why 'holding the door' is the perfect philosophical met…
 
A three-way conversation, or trialogue, in two parts. Part I The crisis in science: collision between the permanent and evolutionary views of the nature of reality. The universe as an evolving system of habits. Did natural law exist before the Big Bang? Cosmic creativity, imagination and the womb of chaos. Chaotic sudden perturbations. The Omega Po…
 
Joe Patitucci enters the mind meld! Joe is an artist that fosters connection to intuitive states and the natural world through sound, breath, and technology. As CEO of Data Garden, he is working to build a future where humans will have a real-time soundtrack to their lives generated from wearable data that is responsive to mood, tailored to taste, …
 
A three-way conversation, or trialogue, recorded at Esalen in 1989. A discussion on the evolution of consciousness as it relates to machines. Symbolic logic, nanotechnology and the possibility of a synthetic super-intelligence. Artificial Intelligence as a part of ourselves that could shape our evolution. Virtual computers as the source of the AI. …
 
Professor Wendy Smith enters the mind meld to talk paradox and open-ended thinking. Wendy is the author of Both/And Thinking: Embracing Creative Tensions to Solve Your Toughest Problems Wendy is a Harvard-educated, academic and the Dana J. Johnson Professor of Management at the University of Delaware. She is an expert on paradox and practical, open…
 
Rupert speaks with Paul Kingsnorth [author, deputy editor of The Ecologist], and Dr Philip Goff [author, Professor of Philosophy at Durham University] about the possible benefits of religious practices, without their associated beliefs. This is part of the _Meeting of the Minds_ series offered by The Weekend University https://theweekenduniversity.…
 
For rewards and podcast extras, enter our patron-only wonder lodge! Ever-mercurial comedian, artist, and podcaster, Ramin Nazer returns to the mind meld! Ramin returns for another mercurial mind meld. In this one, we have an absolute sampler platter of wonder nuggets-- The singularity, Terence McKenna, how to execute creatively, inspiration, motiva…
 
This excerpt is from the Institute of Art and Ideas debate "Fantasy and the void" featuring Slavoj Žižek, Rupert Sheldrake and Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen. Wes Alwan hosts. Watch the full talk: https://iai.tv/video/fantasy-and-the-void The Institute of Art and Ideas features videos and articles from cutting edge thinkers discussing the ideas that ar…
 
Artist, musician, and friend, Colin Frangicetto returns! We muse about the transformative power of therapy in multiple facets of life -- relationships, mental health, creativity, spirituality, and more. We also riff about the potency of reinventing yourself, which Colin just did recently, artistically speaking, as "ADHD." Colin is a musician, podca…
 
A three-way conversation, or trialogue, recorded at Esalen in 1989. What could have been the cause for the breakthrough in the evolution of human consciousness around 50,000 years ago? Collective memories of predation and how they may shape our minds today. The role of the imagination in our evolution. Physiological evolution and the idea of divine…
 
For rewards and podcast extras, become a patron! Visionary art legend, Android Jones returns for another massive mind meld. This week, we muse about the emerging phenomenon of AI art and what it means for artists and human creativity in general. We also riff on the role of psychedelics in Android's creative process, trying to capture transcendent t…
 
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