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Best Psychedelics Today podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Psychedelics Today podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The award-winning Curiosity Daily podcast from Curiosity.com will help you get smarter about the world around you — every day. In less than 10 minutes, you’ll get a unique mix of research-based life hacks, the latest science and technology news, and more. Discovery's Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer will help you learn about your mind and body, outer space and the depths of the sea, and how history shaped the world into what it is today.
 
Rivers of the Mind is a psychedelic Urban Fantasy/Superhero audio drama set in the Texas Hill Country. It centers around an underground laboratory concealed underneath a water treatment facility--formerly a part of the MK Ultra program, but today used to test secret technology for space travel. It's first main character, John is a homeless geologist who takes LSD outside of the lab one night and develops the ability to read minds, who is eventually joined by Meagan, a cashier at Walmart who ...
 
Long-form TED level conversations with top thinkers, founders and scientists on how advances in biotech & genomics, space travel, IoT, AI and other exponential tech converge to create our collective future and what we can do, from a research and policy perspective to shape the technology, trends and societal norms for a better world. If in-depth, unscripted conversations with the researchers, startups and future thinkers transforming our future in a Tim Ferriss meets Sam Harris, Kara Swisher ...
 
Mind of Snaps podcast is a variety podcast from popular Twitch streamer, She Snaps. During each episode, Snaps will be learning about something relating to her mind, the world or her fellow man and then sharing what she's learned with you. She's incredibly curious so the topics will vary widely, but there will be regular focus on mental health and mindfulness.
 
The stories of our lives have brought us to who we are today, individually and collectively. These stories have held a purpose, but how can we work to shed our stories that limit our potential and work towards a better future together? "All the ones who don't have the same reality tunnel as us do not seem ignorant, or deliberately perverse, or lying, or hypnotized by some mad ideology, they just have a different reality tunnel. And every reality tunnel might tell us something interesting abo ...
 
Trippy Ambient Beats Dub Techno Trance & World Music sessions curated by deepgoa EST 1998. - It all started in the distant 1998. With the P2P platform Audiogalaxy, my DEEP-GOA nickname and our Goatrance group DEEP-GOA Club (Switzerland). There we discovered, released & shared countless albums with our 800 group members. After the shutdown of Audiogalaxy, in Soulseek 2003-2004 we had a short stay, then we discovered P2P Direct Connect, where we could build & interconnect various international ...
 
Discover new mind and body hacks to thrive as a human today! The Institute for Aliveness is here to teach you all the things you never learned in school. From talking poop, sex, childhood trauma, emotional intelligence, Psychedelics and of course, fasting & food, this is a podcast that changes lives. Join your host Dr. Andréa Paige as she travels 7 continents to find the most captivating, impactful humans for you! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to Psychedelicast, an interview-based podcast hosted by Clinton Kaley. This show is focused on offering listeners in-depth information concerning plant medicines, entheogens, and all subjects tangential to psychedelia. We will speak with the figureheads and brightest minds in various fields relating to this third wave psychedelic movement. The vision for Psychedelicast is to platform didcussions concerning cutting edge science and political breakthroughs, psychedelic and altered stat ...
 
On CBD Radio, David James Weale brings you inspiring conversations to help you understand and harness the power of your own mind. Our mission is to do our part to dissolve the stigma around cannabis and CBD and help bring its many other benefits into the light. An interview-based podcast diving into discussions about cannabis, sex, fear, performance, truth, spirituality, mindfulness and other interesting topics facing society today.
 
The universe is an extraordinary place, full of beauty and mystery. And yet, for all of the amazing things that science has discovered, the most surprising and mysterious aspect of reality is… us. Through the development of life and mind, the universe glimpses the potential of a subjective dimension, -of value, meaning, and significance. Today growing numbers of scientists and philosophers argue that proper recognition of the existence of consciousness reframes our entire cosmological pictur ...
 
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We are joined in episode 013 by the magnanimous Joe Moore of Psychedelics Today fame! We discuss the works of Dr. Stanislav Grof, holotropic breathing, dosing psychedelics, learning to work with the fear, and future Psychedelics Today Projects. Joe's body of work is large and Psychedelics Today is one of our favorite shows on the planet. It's anoth…
 
For rewards and podcast extras, become a Patreon patron! Therapist and Psychedelics Today co-founder, Kyle Buller returns to the mind meld! Kyle joins us to chat about turning fear into power, why so few people travel a meaningful life path, his near-death experience, making physical things more sacred, how to avoid getting addicted to toxic psycho…
 
MissMaeg is joined by Kyle Buller from Psychedelics Today who shares his near death experience from a snowboarding accident and how this shift in consciousness changed his life. Kyle and Maegan discuss the clinical uses of psychedelics and why it's important for clinicians to understand the ways in which psychedelics are healing people. Want to gai…
 
Learn about why selfish people have false memories of being generous; why we can’t do brain transplants; and why you used to be able to buy life insurance from airport vending machines. Selfish people actually have false memories of being generous by Kelsey Donk Memory misfires help selfish maintain their self-image. (2020). EurekAlert! https://www…
 
Learn about whether it’s a good idea to rub dirt on your wounds; how funny memes can help save endangered species like the proboscis monkey; and how space travel changes the shape of astronauts’ hearts. When it comes to wounds, science says "rub some dirt on it" might be good advice by Cameron Duke Dillow, C. (2013, May 23). Got A Wound? Science Sa…
 
What will it take to put the pieces of the global economy back together? Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund Kristalina Georgieva takes us inside the massive economic stimulus efforts leading the world toward recovery and renewal. She argues that we must channel money to the countries that need it most and fortify our financial sys…
 
Psychologist Dr. Ido Cohen enters the mind meld! In this episode, we riff on knowing versus 'gnowing.' What integration, shadow work, and individuation actually are. Why we worship false gods, becoming fluent in our own language, and more! Crowd-sponsor us and get rewards on Patreon Review and sub on Apple Podcasts Visit Thirdeyedrops.com Buy some …
 
Learn about how archaeologists are solving a prehistoric poop problem; what leads people to be “cultural omnivores”; and an easy trick for telling stars and planets apart when you’re stargazing. What can we learn from prehistoric poop? by Cameron Duke Borry, M., Cordova, B., Perri, A., Wibowo, M., Prasad Honap, T., Ko, J., Yu, J., Britton, K., Gird…
 
Cory Allen is an author, podcast host, musician, composer, and mastering engineer. On his popular podcast The Astral Hustle, he speaks with experts in mindfulness, neuroscience, and philosophy. Cory writes about mindfulness, meditation, and self-development. Music released under his own name is usually categorized as minimal avant-garde composition…
 
Learn about breakthrough research into what our brains do while we sleep; how plants fight back when they hear they’re being eaten; and why the Y2K bug is actually what a well-handled crisis looks like afterward. This is the first direct evidence that our brains replay waking experiences while we sleep by Cameron Duke Eichenlaub, J.-B., Jarosiewicz…
 
MissMaeg chats with Preston Moore from The High Cost of Anonymity podcast who first learned about The Addictionary after hearing a previous episode about Adult Children of Alcoholics. Preston and Maegan talk about Preston's experience with addiction, recovery, and it's intergenerational impact on family functioning. Check out The High Cost of Anony…
 
Learn about why it might actually be pretty easy to drink an elephant under the table; how carrier pigeons like Cher Ami helped win the world wars; and why night owls may have worse emotion regulation than morning people. Apparently, elephants get drunk and they're total lightweights by Cameron Duke Burke, J. (2010, December 3). Elephants on drunke…
 
In today’s Solidarity Friday’s Episode, Kyle and Joe interview Dave McGaughey, Founding Partner of NorthStar. In the show, they talk about NorthStar, Ethics, and the story, “We Will Call It Pala”. Support the show Patreon Leave us a review on iTunes Share us with your friends – favorite podcast, etc Join our Facebook group - Psychedelics Today grou…
 
Learn about why the marijuana classifications of indica and sativa aren’t based in science; how clean your washing machine really gets your clothes; and why researchers staged sword fights to learn about the Bronze Age. Indica and sativa marijuana classifications aren't based in science by Andrea Michelson Naftulin, J. (2020, April 20). There is no…
 
Learn about why people tune out facts and trust their guts in medical emergencies; a Victorian-era version of credit cards; and how scientists are trying to add an eighth row to the periodic table of elements. People tune out facts and trust their guts in medical emergencies by Kelsey Donk UTA study: In crisis, people trust feelings over facts. (20…
 
For rewards and podcast extras, become a patron! Shane Mauss enters the mind meld to chat about the allure of rebellion, navigating uncertainty, the endless applicability of agnosticism, and more! Shane is a comedian and the host of the Here We Are podcast. He's also the focal point of the documentary Psychonautics which is available now on Amazon,…
 
Learn about how studying World of Warcraft helped researchers learn how to respond to the coronavirus pandemic; how scientists described mouse facial expressions for the first time; and how social rejection can fuel creativity. Scientists studied a "pandemic" in World of Warcraft to learn how to fight a real virus by Grant Currin Fenlon, W. (2020, …
 
Sophia Rokhlin is an author, speaker and nonprofit organizer from New York City. Through engaged botany and ecology, she bridges the worlds of indigenous ecological knowledge and Western science. She holds a BA in anthropology and religious studies from The New School and a M.Sc. in Ecological Economics from the Institute of Environmental Science a…
 
In today’s episode, Joe and Kyle sit down with Dr. Mike Hart. In the show they talk about Cannabis and Ketamine used as medicine. 3 Key Points: The main uses for Cannabis are for chronic pain and mental health. CBD is really good for people with inflammation. When it comes to any psychedelic/plant medicine therapy, it's all about agency. The power …
 
Johnny Pemberton arrives from the big city to discuss Coronavirus, urban gardening, architecture shaming and how everybody forgot about Peak Oil. Also, I cover "Time of the Last Persecution" by Bill Fay, so if you like the song, you should probably buy his original album (of the same name), because it is both timely and timeless and oh so very NOW.…
 
Learn about why natural selection favors superstitions; why the way our noses smell is way more complicated than we thought; and where scientists think 'Oumuamua, the first interstellar object, came from. How natural selection favors superstitions by Cameron Duke Foster, K. R., & Kokko, H. (2008). The evolution of superstitious and superstition-lik…
 
MissMaeg and Sweets talk about how to conserve your own internal emotional, psychological, and spiritual energy especially during quarantine. STUDY PARTICIPATION REQUESTED: Are you a former opioid user? Do you currently use cannabis or cannabis products like edibles or THC oils? Has cannabis helped support your recovery process from opioids? Are yo…
 
Ben Hammersley (@benhammersley) is a technologist, futurist author and Editor-at-Large of UK’s WIRED magazine.[spreaker type=player resource="episode_id=27650275" width="100%" height="80px" theme="light" playlist="false" playlist-continuous="false" autoplay="false" live-autoplay="false" chapters-image="true" episode-image-position="right" hide-logo…
 
Learn about what makes fruit mealy; a new therapy technique for parents that could reduce their kids’ anxiety; and what scientists learned when they tried to build a second Earth, in the notorious story of “Biosphere 2.” What makes fruit mealy? by Andrea Michelson SciShow. (2020). What Makes Fruit Mealy? [YouTube Video]. In YouTube. https://www.you…
 
In today’s Solidarity Friday’s Episode, Kyle and Joe sit down to talk about therapists being unprepared to talk to people taking psychedelics, the drug war and more. Support the show Patreon Leave us a review on iTunes Share us with your friends – favorite podcast, etc Join our Facebook group - Psychedelics Today group – Find the others and create …
 
Learn about whether you should wad or fold toilet paper, according to science; why your brain evolved to hoard supplies but shame others for doing the same; and the purpose of grand unified field theory, with help from astrophysicist Adam Becker. Whether to wad or fold toilet paper, according to science by Andrea Michelson Myers, Q. (2019, March 12…
 
Learn about where your emotions come from and how you can hack them, with help from psychology researcher and neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett. Plus: learn why tarantula venom could be an alternative to opioids. Maybe tarantula venom could be an alternative to opioids by Cameron Duke Agwa, A. J., Tran, P., Mueller, A., Tran, H. N. T., Deuis, J. …
 
Learn about the impact of maladaptive daydreaming, then learn about whether dogs can recognize our faces in photographs. Then, author Maryn McKenna will explain how antibiotics created modern agriculture and changed the way the world eats. People with 'maladaptive daydreaming' spend up to 4 hours a day lost in their imaginations by Kelsey Donk Peop…
 
Robin Arnott is an audio designer and game developer who developed Deep Sea, released in 2010, and SoundSelf. Both games focus mainly on audio, with Deep Sea being audio only and SoundSelf featuring audio accompanied by abstract visuals. He also did sound design for Antichamber. About SoundSelf: Use your voice to generate a hypnotic world of light,…
 
In this episode, Kyle and Joe interview Eamon Armstrong, host of the Podcast, Life is a Festival. In the show, they talk about Eamon’s Iboga experience, the festival culture, rites of passage, ethics and more. 3 Key Points: Eamon Armstrong is the host of Life is a Festival, a podcast promoting a lifestyle of adventure and personal development throu…
 
Learn about a surprising tip for de-cluttering your house; 3 extinct relatives of humans that lived in the same place and time; and why the possibility that the universe might not be expanding at the same rate everywhere is a huge deal. What's The First Step for De-Cluttering Your House? by Reuben Westmas The Ohio State University. (2017, June 26).…
 
MissMaeg is joined by Brookelyn Ackerman who shares her experience of using cannabis as an exit drug from her opioid addiction plus her thoughts on harm-reduction methods and unseen shadows of when suicide coincides with addiction. Follow her mission on Facebook by requesting to jin her FB group #stealyourlovelight. STUDY PARTICIPATION REQUESTED: A…
 
Dr. David Hill, Psy.D., is the owner of Discovery Psychological Services. He has have worked in a wide variety of settings including psychiatric hospitals, community clinics, drug treatment clinics, and within the juvenile justice system.Dr Hill has been trained in psychodynamic, cognitive/behavioral, and various other theories. In addition, his ap…
 
Charlie Hartwell (@ShiftIt_Inst) is an Operating Partner at the Bridge Builders Collaborative, a consumer health tech investment group that invested early in Pear Therapeutics, Insight Timer and Headspace, in addition to being a "Change Agent" focused on igniting consciousness, mindfulness, and creating a more connected human world.[spreaker type=p…
 
Learn about how a psychologist named B.F. Skinner proved that pigeons can be superstitious; the science of histamines and why allergy medications make us sleepy; and the 5 ages of the universe, including the Stelliferous Era we’re in right now. Pigeons Can Be Superstitious — And a Psychologist Once Proved It by Ashley Hamer Superstitious behavior |…
 
Learn what researchers found when they tried to build the perfect profanity, then learn how playing an online game called Stall Catchers can help scientists speed up Alzheimer’s research. Then, test your knowledge with Curiosity Challenge trivia questions. A new study tried to build the perfect swear word by Kelsey Donk Neuroskeptic. (2020, March 3…
 
For rewards and podcast extras, become a patron! Ramin Nazer returns to the mind meld! Ramin is a comedian, artist, and the host of the Rainbow Brainskull podcast. Ramin returns for a sprawling mercurial exploration of just about everything-- What the current crisis means for us and the internet, the utility in thinking mythologically, why we need …
 
Learn about why people can’t help but “shoot the messenger;” how neurons in your gut influence neurons in your brain thanks to the gut-brain axis; and why we still use the QWERTY keyboard, along with information on Dvorak and Colemak layouts. People can't help but "shoot the messenger" by Kelsey Donk We Really Do Shoot the Messengers of Bad News, R…
 
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