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The Psychedelic Podcast by Third Wave explores the many minds of the emerging psychedelic renaissance. Through conversations with thought leaders across various disciplines, we explore how psychedelics, when used with intention and responsibility, catalyze transformation on both an individual and collective level.

Are you a newbie fresh off an incredible first psychedelic experience? An experienced psychonaut with decades of use? Or just an interested bystander, curious about the relevance of psychedelics to health and wellness?

Regardless of your why, our podcast gives you a unique look into how psychedelic substances change culture and society for the better.
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Jose Muñoz Aycart, Co-founder of Wondermed, joins Paul F. Austin to discuss revolutionizing mental health through at-home ketamine treatments. Find episode links, summary, and transcript here. As Co-founder at Wonder Sciences, Wondermed’s parent company, Jose Muñoz Aycart combines his experience in international economics and astrophysics to build the Wondermed ecosystem, empowering people’s inner healer by providing affordable, personalized, evidence-based resources. Having previously built self-sustained desalination plants in underdeveloped countries, Jose has shifted his focus to healing mental-health disorders with the power of psychedelic medicine, helping raise the $5.6M seed round that made Wonder Sciences possible. His goal is to continue pushing the boundaries of our imagination through innovation. Highlights: How Jose applies his diverse background to psychedelics. Wondermed’s goal of “empowering the healer” through accessible, affordable treatment. The essential resources Wondermed offers its clients in addition to ketamine treatments. Jose’s own psychedelic experiences, which confirmed perspectives arrived at from studying astrophysics and philosophy. The power of expanding our perspective. “Ketatations” and the role of ketamine in group contexts. Who is eligible for Wondermed’s ketamine services and why. Wondermed’s plans to support the psychedelic community as legalization and public acceptance progress. Episode Links: Wonder Sciences Wondermed Wondermed on Instagram Jose on LinkedIn This episode is brought to you by Apollo Neuro, the first scientifically validated wearable that actively improves your body’s resilience to stress. Apollo was developed by a friend of Third Wave, Dr. David Rabin M.D Ph.D., a neuroscientist and board-certified psychiatrist who has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for nearly 15 years. Third Wave listeners get 15% off—just use this link. This podcast is brought to you by Third Wave's Mushroom Grow Kit. Get the tools you need to grow mushrooms along with an in-depth guide to finding spores.
Paul F. Austin hosts a panel discussion on advocacy for legalizing microdosing, and why it matters in the psychedelic movement. This episode is a re-broadcast from the Into The Multiverse Podcast and was recorded in July 2022 in Los Angeles, CA, at the launch party of the Microdosing Collective, a non-profit dedicated to advancing and protecting the right to microdose. In a special panel discussion hosted by Paul F. Austin, four passionate leaders in the world of psychedelics discuss topics such as the history of microdosing, sacred rituals, the legal landscape, and how to safely advocate for microdosing. This discussion is a rebroadcast and was originally released on the Into The Multiverse Podcast About the panelists: Alli Schaper Alli Schaper is an entrepreneur, community builder, speaker, mental-wellness advocate, and enthusiast for mushrooms and other psychedelic medicines. She is currently the CEO & Co-Founder of Into The Multiverse, an education-first ecosystem for all things fungi, whose mission is to rebrand functional mushrooms and encourage collaboration in the psychedelics industry. Her team has created the world's first functional mushroom marketplace, The Multiverse, and SuperMush, their in-house consumer lifestyle brand. Her passion for bringing microdosing psychedelics to the mainstream wellness conversation led her to collaboratively launch The Microdosing Collective. She is also the host of Into The Multiverse Podcast. Instagram: @allischaper Marie Mbouni, M.D. Born in Cameroon, Africa, Marie Mbouni, M.D. felt a calling toward healing and was initiated into iboga at the age of 14. Ultimately she would go on to pursue her education in Canada and the United States, following the Western medical route as an anesthesiologist. After years in this profession, Marie realized it did not fully align with her vision of healing and embraced a new career as a shaman, energy healer, and mentor. Marie has studied and cared for the body for over 20 years. Opening herself to the power of the mind, the beauty of intuition, and the all-encompassing power of love changed her, she stepped into her destiny as a healer and embraced her potential beyond the confines of the mainstream. Instagram: @mariembounimd Joshua Kappel Joshua Kappel is a founding partner of Vicente Sederberg with a practice devoted to helping entrepreneurs and like-minded professionals build human-centric and regenerative companies in the cannabis and psychedelic communities. Joshua also has a passion for helping advocates draft legislation and build sustainable legal vehicles that will  influence these emerging industries going forward. Recently, Mr. Kappel was a co-author and chair of the campaign committee for Colorado’s Proposition 122, which was the first successful state ballot measure to create access to natural psychedelic healing through both a state-regulated and a decentralized community-healing model. Joshua also helped draft Denver’s psilocybin decriminalization initiative and has assisted in drafting cannabis and psychedelic measures across the country for over 12 years. Paul F. Austin (Host) Paul F. Austin is a 21st-century pioneer of the responsible use of psychedelics for healing, leadership, and personal transformation. He has been featured in Rolling Stone, the New York Times, and WebMD for his work amplifying awareness around the benefits of microdosing psychedelics. Paul is the author of the book Mastering Microdosing: How to Use Sub-Perceptual Psychedelics to Heal Trauma, Improve Performance, and Transform Your Life and the founder of two companies in the emerging psychedelic space, Third Wave and Synthesis. Instagram: @paulaustin3w Highlights: Why microdosing advocacy matters. A brief history of microdosing and its potential role in mainstream acceptance of psychedelics. Panelists share their “why” in promoting responsible psychedelic use in mainstream society. On sacred reciprocity and microdosing with plant medicines. The current legal landscape of microdosing and the work ahead towards legalization. Harnessing neuroplasticity for wellness and optimization. Drawing on lessons from cannabis when it comes to microdosing psychedelics. How to share support for microdosing without putting yourself at risk. Defining microdosing. Episode Links: Microdosing Collective Website Book, The Psychedelic Explorer’s Guide by James Fadiman Book, Drug Use for Grown-Ups by Dr. Carl L. Hart These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links. This episode is brought to you by Third Wave’s Coaching Certification Program. This is an opportunity for coaches with existing practices to be a part of a movement that will change lives. This episode is brought to you by Apollo Neuro, the first scientifically validated wearable that actively improves your body’s resilience to stress. Apollo was developed by a friend of Third Wave, Dr. David Rabin M.D Ph.D., a neuroscientist and board-certified psychiatrist who has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for nearly 15 years. Third Wave listeners get 15% off—just use this link.
Paul F. Austin is joined by BJ Miller, M.D., co-founder of Mettle Health, for a discussion on psychedelics and living and dying well. Find episode links, summary, and transcript here. BJ Miller, M.D. is an established thought leader in the area of serious illness, end-of-life issues, and dying. He has been a physician for 19 years and has counseled over 1,000 patients and family members. This vast experience has led him to understand what people really need when dealing with difficult health situations. BJ has given over 100 talks, both nationally and internationally, on the themes of serious illness and dying, He has given over 100 media interviews, including podcasts, radio, and print. His TED Talk, What Really Matters at the End of Life has been viewed over 11 million times. He is co-author of the book, A Beginner’s Guide to the End: Practical Advice for Living Life and Facing Death, published in 2019. Highlights: Powerful insights and perspectives from BJ’s work in palliative and end-of-life care. From taboo to opportunity: examining attitudes towards death across cultures and history. How BJ became involved in the intersection of psychedelics and end-of-life. Looking at the data on psychedelic therapy for patients with end-of-life anxiety. “Anesthetics vs. Aesthetics”: BJ’s insights into a helpful set and setting for dying well. Embracing regret and fear at the end of life. The power of love—during life and at the time of death. Mettle Health, BJ’s service for patients and caregivers. Episode Links: Mettle Health Zen Hospice Project BJ Miller's TED Talk, "What really matters at the end of life" Ep. 136 - Jeremy Narby, Ph.D.: “More Than Molecules”: Plants as Living Teachers Presentation by Dr. BJ Miller & Dr. Justin Burke: "Exploring the Aesthetic Dimension of End-of-Life Care” Mettle Health on Youtube Mettle Health on Instagram Mettle Health on Twitter BJ Miller on Twitter This podcast is brought to you by Third Wave's Mushroom Grow Kit. Get the tools you need to grow mushrooms along with an in-depth guide to finding spores. This episode is brought to you by Apollo Neuro, the first scientifically validated wearable that actively improves your body’s resilience to stress. Apollo was developed by a friend of Third Wave, Dr. David Rabin M.D Ph.D., a neuroscientist and board-certified psychiatrist who has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for nearly 15 years. Third Wave listeners get 15% off—just use this link.
James Ravenhall of NewTerritory joins Paul F. Austin to discuss how design thinking can be used to bring innovation to psychedelics & vice versa. James Ravenhall is Creative Director of NewTerritory design studios. He talks about the studio’s visionary microdosing platform concept, “Human Nature,” and how products like it might shift cultural perceptions of psychedelics. Paul and James envision new approaches to psychedelic experiences through the lens of design thinking. Find episode links, summary, and transcript here. Originally a trained chef, James spent a number of years working in kitchens in London and Paris before earning his Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Product Design. Now, he has over thirteen years’ experience leading engagements in brand strategy, product, spatial, service, and digital for some of the world’s most impactful brands across the automotive, aviation, and space travel industries. James has an innate passion to work alongside people who see design not just as a tool, but as a platform to make a positive impact and effect real change for people, planet. and profit. Instagram - @newterritorydesign Website - www.newterritory.io Highlights: James shares about his human-centered approach to design and how psychedelics are influencing his work. The triple bottom line, “People-Planet-Profit,” and the guiding principles of James’s work. James unpacks his creative process and what inspires new projects in his studio. “Human Nature” — a tailored microdosing platform concept that aims to shift public perception and influence legislation. Using design thinking to envision how microdosing can be integrated into daily life. Applying James’s approach to rethinking high-dose psychedelic experiences and ways to personalize experiences. Gourmet dining in space and other projects James is working on. Episode Links: NewTerritory “Human Nature” — James’s microdosing product concept Transcendental Meditation THE WELL New York Article, “Could Psychedelics Help To Heal The Crisis of Disconnection?” by Sam Gandy, Rosalind Watts and Alex Evans Synthesis Institute Wavepaths These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links. This episode is brought to you by Third Wave’s Coaching Certification Program. This is an opportunity for coaches with existing practices to be a part of a movement that will change lives. This episode is brought to you by Apollo Neuro, the first scientifically validated wearable that actively improves your body’s resilience to stress. Apollo was developed by a friend of Third Wave, Dr. David Rabin M.D Ph.D., a neuroscientist and board-certified psychiatrist who has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for nearly 15 years. Third Wave listeners get 15% off—just use this link.
Paul F. Austin welcomes Ryan Sprague, founder of Highly Optimized, who shares how to cultivate a positive relationship with cannabis & more. Find episode links, summary, and transcript here. Ryan is the founder and co-owner of Highly Optimized, a company dedicated to helping its clients transform and become the conscious leaders the world is patiently awaiting. He is also the host of the “Highly Optimized” Podcast, the “This One Time On Psychedelics” Podcast and is the creator of the “Connect With Cannabis” program & the “Grow With Cannabis” course. Ryan’s mission in life is helping his fellow brothers and sisters become empowered in their experience of being alive through one-on-one men’s coaching, plant medicine integration coaching and retreat experiences. In this episode, Ryan shares powerful life-learned wisdom and insights for developing a healthy relationship with cannabis, and goes deep into the science behind different cannabis strains, compounds and routes of administration. Connect with Ryan on Instagram @therealryansprague and @highly.optimized Highlights: Joint vs. Spliff: cultivating healthy relationships with both tobacco and cannabis. Ryan’s use of cannabis to treat generalized anxiety disorder that began a path of deepening connection with the plant. Ryan’s powerful experiences at the end of his father’s life that gave him a life calling with cannabis. Ryan’s intentional reentry into cannabis use that led to the creation of his coaching program, Connect With Cannabis. Methods, tools and information for having safe and effective psychedelic experiences with cannabis. Exploring the unique effects of different routes of cannabis administration—from edibles to boofing. The psychoactive effects of cannabinoids vs. terpenes. Ryan’s advice on establishing an intentional relationship with cannabis. Episode Links: Ryan’s website, Highly Optimized Conscious Cannabis Guide Highly Optimized Podcast This One Time On Psychedelics Podcast Ryan’s podcast episode with Paul as guest: Episode 82: Leading The Charge In Psychedelic Education Highly Optimized Ceremony Circle Facebook Group Third Wave’s Ultimate Guide to Cannabis Studies on the effect of THC on cancer cells in mice EndoDNA cannabis testing service Hemp Lucid CBD Oil Episode 131: John Lieurance ACE Seeds These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links. This episode is brought to you by Apollo Neuro, the first scientifically validated wearable that actively improves your body’s resilience to stress. Apollo was developed by a friend of Third Wave, Dr. David Rabin M.D Ph.D., a neuroscientist and board-certified psychiatrist who has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for nearly 15 years. Third Wave listeners get 15% off—just use this link. This podcast is brought to you by Third Wave's Mushroom Grow Kit. Get the tools you need to grow mushrooms along with an in-depth guide to finding spores.
Paul Austin is joined by Dr. Suresh Muthukumaraswamy, lead researcher in the world's first LSD microdosing clinical trial. Find episode links, summary, and transcript here. This is another special interview recorded on location at the 2022 Wonderland Conference in Miami, FL. Dr. Muthukumaraswamy shares the unique design of his LSD microdose trial, plans for future research, and how these studies might be received in New Zealand and around the globe. Suresh completed his Ph.D. in psychology at the University of Auckland in 2005 after which he joined the newly established Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre as a postdoctoral fellow. In 2014, Suresh received a Rutherford Discovery Fellowship and has returned to Auckland where he works in The School of Pharmacy (Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences). Suresh’s main research interests are in understanding how therapies alter brain activity and in developing methodologies to measure these changes in both healthy individuals and patient groups - particularly patients with depression. His previous studies have involved a range of compounds including hallucinogens (ketamine, LSD, psilocybin), anesthetics (propofol, dexmedetomidine), anti-epileptics (vigabatrin, perampanel, tiagabine) and GABA-enhancers (zolpidem, gaboxadol). Suresh’s research has used a wide-range of neuroimaging techniques including magnetoencephalography, electroencephalography, functional magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Highlights: Dr. Muthukumaraswamy shares his academic and professional background, and what led him to studying psychedelics. Dr. Muthukumaraswamy explains the origin story and unique design of his LSD microdosing study. How study volunteers generally respond to microdosing in a lab vs. in their normal daily environments. Design elements Dr. Muthukumaraswamy plans to implement in future LSD microdose studies. Considering how Dr. Muthukumaraswamy’s take-home LSD microdose study might impact research and policy in other countries. The legal landscape of psychedelics relevant to New Zealand’s indigenous Māori community. Episode Links: Protocol for Dr. Muthukumaraswamy’s LSD microdose study Suresh’s lab, Auckland Neuro- Psycho- Pharmacology Research Group on Facebook Scopolamine, “Devil’s Breath” Ep. 172: Paul Stamets & Pamela Kryskow, M.D. - The Future of Microdosing: Legislation, Research, & Science Ep. 107: Mendel Kaelen - Music and Psychedelic Medicine: Healing Through Sound This podcast is brought to you by Third Wave's Mushroom Grow Kit. Get the tools you need to grow mushrooms along with an in-depth guide to finding spores. This episode is brought to you by Apollo Neuro, the first scientifically validated wearable that actively improves your body’s resilience to stress. Apollo was developed by a friend of Third Wave, Dr. David Rabin M.D Ph.D., a neuroscientist and board-certified psychiatrist who has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for nearly 15 years. Third Wave listeners get 15% off—just use this link.
Matthew W. Johnson, Ph.D. joins Paul F. Austin to share his studies of psilocybin for smoking cessation, cancer distress treatment, and more In this episode, we feature another special interview recorded at the 2022 Wonderland conference in Miami, FL. Find episode links, summary, and transcript here. Matthew W. Johnson, Ph.D. is the Susan Hill Ward Endowed Professor of Psychedelics and Consciousness Research at Johns Hopkins. Working with psychedelics since 2004, he is one of the world’s most widely published experts in the field. He has published research on psychedelics and mystical experience, personality change, tobacco smoking cessation, cancer distress treatment, and depression treatment. In 2021, as principal investigator, he received the first grant in 50 years from the US government for a treatment study with a classic psychedelic, specifically psilocybin in the treatment of tobacco addiction. He is also known for his expertise in behavioral economics, addiction, sexual risk behavior, and research with a wide variety of drug classes. Highlights: How Dr. Johnson’s own life has changed as a result of his years of research, including psilocybin for the treatment of cancer distress. Dr. Johnson’s study on psilocybin for smoking cessation; the first US government-funded study on the therapeutic use of a psychedelic in 50 years. The initial findings of psilocybin vs. nicotine patch as smoking-cessation treatments. How Dr. Johnson plans to contribute to psychedelic research and oversight as the industry grows. Dr. Johnson cautions psychedelic therapists against inappropriately pushing spiritual or religious frameworks onto patients. Episode Links: Dr. Johnson on Google Scholar Dr. Johnson on Twitter Dr. Johnson’s smoking cessation study on ClinicalTrials.gov Dr. Johnson’s paper, “Consciousness, Religion, and Gurus: Pitfalls of Psychedelic Medicine” Book, The Perennial Philosophy by Aldous Huxley Book, The Immortality Key by Brian Muraresku These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links. This episode is brought to you by Apollo Neuro, the first scientifically validated wearable that actively improves your body’s resilience to stress. Apollo was developed by a friend of Third Wave, Dr. David Rabin M.D Ph.D., a neuroscientist and board-certified psychiatrist who has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for nearly 15 years. Third Wave listeners get 15% off—just use this link.
Rick Doblin, Ph.D., founder of MAPS, joins Paul F. Austin to discuss the healing of humanity through legalized psychedelic medicine. This is another special interview from the 2022 Wonderland Conference in Miami, FL. Paul F. Austin is joined by MAPS founder Rick Doblin, Ph.D., to discuss the healing of humanity through legalized psychedelic medicine. Rick Doblin, Ph.D., is the founder and executive director of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). He received his doctorate in Public Policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, where he wrote his dissertation on the regulation of the medical uses of psychedelics and marijuana. His Master’s thesis was a survey of oncologists on smoked marijuana vs. the oral THC pill in nausea control for cancer patients. His undergraduate thesis at New College of Florida was a 25-year follow-up to the classic Good Friday Experiment, which evaluated the potential of psychedelic drugs to catalyze religious experiences. He also conducted a thirty-four year follow-up study to Timothy Leary’s Concord Prison Experiment. Rick studied with Dr. Stanislav Grof and was among the first to be certified as a Holotropic Breathwork practitioner. His professional goal is to help develop legal contexts for the beneficial uses of psychedelics and marijuana, primarily as prescription medicines but also for personal growth for otherwise healthy people, and eventually to become a legally licensed psychedelic therapist. He founded MAPS in 1986, and currently resides in Boston with his wife and puppy, with three empty rooms from his children who have all graduated college and begun their life journeys. Learn more about Rick by listening to his Origin Story and watching his TED Talk. Highlights: Rick Doblin’s life (in five minutes), the origin story of MAPS, and the latest progress of its FDA clinical trials. How MAPS has changed since Michael Pollan’s How To Change Your Mind Netflix documentary. What keeps Rick focused, grounded and motivated to continue his work. Why MAPS chose to work with MDMA for PTSD, and what its strategy will look like after FDA approval. The novel financing strategies MAPS is taking in response to the ‘failure of philanthropy’. Working towards mass mental health and a “global spiritualized humanity”. MAPS’ Fourth Psychedelic Science Conference — June 2023. How to “make a post-prohibition world work out” and empower people to deal with trauma, with and without substances. Episode Links: MAPS MAPS Public Benefit Michael Pollan’s How To Change Your Mind Netflix documentary Peter Jennings’ documentary, Ecstasy Rising ICPR Conference Maslow's hierarchy of needs Book, The Religion of Tomorrow by Ken Wilber Book, Island by Aldous Huxley Ep. 154: Deborah Mash. Healing Addiction With Ibogaine: What the Research Tells Us 162 Dr. Andrew Weil. Way of the Future: Healing Through Integrative Medicine & Psychedelics MAPS’ Fourth Psychedelic Science Conference Santo Daime Zendo Project Rick Doblin on Twitter Rick Doblin on Instagram These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links. This episode is brought to you by MycroDrops™ Powerful Micro-Elixirs made from Adaptogen and nootropic herbs and mushrooms. Get MOTIVATED, FOCUSED & GROUNDED! Use code THIRDWAVE and take $10 off your first purchase of $30 or more. Visit www.mycrodrops.com. This episode is brought to you by Apollo Neuro, the first scientifically validated wearable that actively improves your body’s resilience to stress. Apollo was developed by a friend of Third Wave, Dr. David Rabin M.D Ph.D., a neuroscientist and board-certified psychiatrist who has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for nearly 15 years. Third Wave listeners get 15% off—just use this link.
This is an uncut interview recorded live at the 2022 Wonderland Conference in Miami, FL. Paul F. Austin is joined by renowned mycologist, author and researcher Paul Stamets, along with Pamela Kryskow, M.D., both co-founders of MycoMedica Life Sciences, PBC. They dive into all things microdosing, clinical trials, naturalistic science and patient-driven research, while exploring and honoring the wisdom of indigenous cultures around the world—and even martial arts. Find episode links, summary, and transcript here. Paul Stamets, speaker, author, mycologist, medical researcher and entrepreneur, is considered an intellectual and industry leader in fungi: habitat, medicinal use, and production. He lectures extensively to deepen the understanding and respect for the organisms that literally exist under every footstep taken on this path of life. Paul’s philosophy is that “MycoDiversity is BioSecurity.” He sees the ancient Old Growth forests of the Pacific Northwest as a resource of incalculable value, especially in terms of its fungal genome. A dedicated hiker and explorer, his passion is to preserve and protect as many ancestral strains of mushrooms as possible from these pristine woodlands. His research is considered breakthrough by thought leaders for creating a paradigm shift for helping ecosystems worldwide. Paul is the author of six books (including Mycelium Running: How Mushrooms Can Help Save the World, Growing Gourmet & Medicinal Mushrooms, and Psilocybin Mushrooms of the World). He has discovered and named several new species of psilocybin mushrooms. Dr. Pamela Kryskow is a medical doctor with a strong interest in psychedelic medicine, mental health and chronic pain. She is a founding board member of the Canadian Psychedelic Association. She is also a part of an expert team working to give Canadians access to psilocybin at end of life. Dr Kryskow is actively involved in research related to psilocybin, MDMA, ketamine, mental wellness and neurogenesis. She is a co-investigator on the largest microdosing study, Microdose.me, which is ongoing with 14 000+ enrolled participants. A Clinical Instructor at University of British Columbia and Adjunct Professor at Vancouver Island University, Dr. Kryskow is also the medical lead on the Roots To Thrive Ketamine Assisted Therapy program, which treats healthcare providers with PTSD, depression, anxiety, and addiction. In real life, she loves foraging in the forest, ocean kayaking, growing kale and daydreaming in the hammock. Highlights: An introduction to Paul and Pam, and their work together in researching the benefits of microdosing psilocybin. Tracking the history of mushroom wisdom and knowledge, from indigenous traditions to scientific research. How the complexity of microdosing demands new research approaches and methodologies. Addressing the disconnect between policy and science. Paul Stamets’ vision of how psychedelics can be integrated in society, and how MycoMedica is working towards it. How new scientific findings on psilocybin and microdosing could influence future legislation. Closing remarks: psychedelics, kindness, and community Episode Links MycoMedica Life Sciences, PBC Microdose.me study Paul Stamets’ talk at the 2017 MAPS Psychedelic Science Conference The roots of ‘Two-Eyed Seeing’ mushroomreferences.com Quantified Citizen App Paul Stamets’ Website Paul Stamets on Instagram Pamela Kryskow, M.D. on LinkedIn This episode is brought to you by MycroDrops™ Powerful Micro-Elixirs made from Adaptogen and nootropic herbs and mushrooms. Get MOTIVATED, FOCUSED & GROUNDED! Use code THIRDWAVE and take $10 off your first purchase of $30 or more. Visit www.mycrodrops.com. This episode is brought to you by Apollo Neuro, the first scientifically validated wearable that actively improves your body’s resilience to stress. Apollo was developed by a friend of Third Wave, Dr. David Rabin M.D Ph.D., a neuroscientist and board-certified psychiatrist who has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for nearly 15 years. Third Wave listeners get 15% off—just use this link.
Dr. Sam Zand, Co-founder & Chief Medical Officer of Better U, joins Paul F. Austin for a rich conversation on at-home ketamine-assisted therapy. As a practicing psychiatrist and the Chief Medical Officer of Better U, Dr. Sam Zand utilizes his expertise in neuroplasticity to help patients address the root cause of their problems and establish new ways of thinking. After initial psychedelic medicine research at Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Zand began treating patients clinically with ketamine in 2019. He now teaches psychedelic medicine rotations to psychiatry residents and medical students and is an advocate and spokesperson for the FDA-approved esketamine, Spravato. He is trained in general psychiatry, addiction recovery, and psychotherapy, and has a passion for psychedelic therapy, crisis intervention, relationship counseling, and integrated spiritual therapy. In addition to being a co-founder of Better U, Dr. Zand is also the owner and CEO of a national telepsychiatry service, Anywhere Clinic. He has merged his passions for lifestyle medicine, performance coaching, and entrepreneurship to establish platforms that build leaders and medical healers. He assisted in Crisis Intervention Training for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, helped create mental skills departments for professional sports teams and corporations, and has worked with industry leaders, corporate executives, and pro athletes. Dr. Zand is passionate about increasing education to end the stigma that surrounds mental health topics, advancing the integration of psychiatry and spirituality, and making clinically proven, innovative new therapies more accessible for all. Find episode links, summary, and transcript here. Highlights: Understanding the differences between Spravato and generic ketamine, and the role each might play in the future of psychedelic-assisted therapy. ‘The Skill of Psychedelics’ - looking at medicines like ketamine in the bigger picture of healing, growth, and transformation. Dr. Zand’s Four phases of healing: Heal, Grow, Love, Transcend What differentiates Better U from other telemedicine psychedelic-assisted therapy services Dr. Zand on effective dosing, intention-setting, and utilization of psychotherapy. Exploring the correlation between dissociative experience and positive transformation How ego actualization and ego dissolution fit into the greater path of healing and transformation. Transcending pathology and the disease-care model of mental healthcare to embrace the biopsychosocial-spiritual model. The ‘Powered by Better U’ Model of collaboration to bring beneficial ketamine treatments beyond the clinic. Closing Episode Links: Better U Better Universe Foundation Dr. Zand on LinkedIn Recent clinical trial on the safety and efficacy of at-home ketamine treatments Third Wave’s Guide to Ketamine MAPS This podcast is brought to you by Third Wave’s Mushroom Grow Kit. The biggest problem for anyone starting to explore the magical world of mushrooms is consistent access from reputable sources. That’s why we’ve been working on a simple, elegant (and legal!) solution for the past several months. Third Wave's Mushroom Grow Kit and Course has the tools you need to grow mushrooms along with an in-depth guide to finding spores. This episode is also brought to you by Apollo Neuro, the first scientifically validated wearable that actively improves your body’s resilience to stress. Apollo engages with your sense of touch to deliver soothing vibrations that signal safety to the brain. Clinically proven to improve heart rate variability, it can actually enhance the outcomes of your other efforts like deep breathing, yoga, meditation, and plant medicine. Apollo was developed by a friend of Third Wave, Dr. David Rabin M.D Ph.D., a neuroscientist and board-certified psychiatrist who has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for nearly 15 years. Third Wave listeners get 15% off—just use this link.
Natasja Pelgrom & Alexander Beiner, creators of the Regenerative Stewardship retreat, join Paul F. Austin to discuss their approach to healing. Natasja Pelgrom is a visionary leader, mystical mentor and the founder of Awaken The Medicine Within retreats and programs, supporting people with psycho-spiritual approaches since 2017. Natasja is a highly intuitive guide and has held training, assisting and facilitation roles in over 800 psychedelic ceremonies. Natasja was also a founding member of the Synthesis Institute, and the director of the psilocybin-assisted Wellness retreats. As a key curator of the retreat programs, she oversaw the retreat team development and training. She currently advises and supervises executives in the (psychedelic) wellness industry. Natasja is also a mentor to leaders, coaches, therapists, and space holders, where she focuses on mind and heart coherence to help them prosper in their services. Natasja’s multifaceted mentorship approach is paired with 20+ years of entrepreneurial experience.  Alexander Beiner is an author and facilitator. He's one of the founders of the media and events platform, Rebel Wisdom, and an executive director of Breaking Convention, Europe's longest-running conference on psychedelic medicine and culture. His upcoming book, The Bigger Picture: How Psychedelics Can Help Us Make Sense of the World (Hay House, 2023) explores how psychedelics could transform culture and society. Trained as a counselor and meditation teacher, Alexander also runs retreats centered on combining practices drawn from cognitive science, wisdom traditions and psychedelic philosophy to create powerful group experiences. He has a particular interest in the phenomenology of the psychedelic experience and how we can combine ritual, practice and collective intelligence to expand consciousness in new ways. Highlights: How Natasja and Alexander’s paths crossed, leading to their co-creation of a psychedelic retreat. Rebel Wisdom — Alexander’s background and approach. Regenerative Stewardship — the ethos behind their retreat. Thinking beyond the “Hero’s Journey” and beyond “self-care” to a wider, more balanced vision. Looking to indigenous wisdom and psychedelics for a new cosmology and way of being. Why Natasja & Alexander chose psilocybin as the central medicine for the Regenerative Stewardship retreat. The wisdom of being flexible in one's approach to preparation, experience, and integration. Episode Links: AWAKEN THE MEDICINE WITHIN “Regenerative Stewardship” Psilocybin Retreat AMW’s Instagram Rebel Wisdom Alexander's book, The Bigger Picture: How Psychedelics Can Help Us Make Sense of the World The concept of the Hero’s Journey Book, Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World, by Tyson Yunkaporta Peter Kingsley Natasja on Ep. 109: 5-MeO-DMT, Integration, and Connecting With the Divine Alexander's interview with Charlotte Du Cann These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links. This episode is brought to you by MycroDrops™ Powerful Micro-Elixirs made from Adaptogen and nootropic herbs and mushrooms. Get MOTIVATED, FOCUSED & GROUNDED! Use code THIRDWAVE and take $10 off your first purchase of $30 or more. Visit www.mycrodrops.com.  
Paul F. Austin jumps into the guest seat on the Wellness + Wisdom Podcast with Josh Trent to share life-learned lessons of transformation. Recently, Third Wave founder/CEO Paul F. Austin joined the Wellness + Wisdom Podcast with Josh Trent. This is a special rebroadcast of that episode. Josh and Paul discuss psychedelics at length, from how to create a safe and effective microdosing protocol, to exploring the psychological, physiological, and spiritual effects of psychedelics. Now in the guest’s chair, Paul shares his personal philosophy on psychedelics and transformation, along with his own life-changing experiences and insights from working with medicines, and his outlook on the industry and where it’s headed. About Josh Trent and The Wellness + Wisdom Podcast: Josh Trent is the Founder of Wellness Force Media, host of the Wellness + Wisdom Podcast and the creator of the BREATHE: Breath & Wellness Program. Josh has spent the past 19+ years as a trainer, researcher, and facilitator discovering the physical and emotional intelligence for humans to thrive in our modern world. The Wellness Force Media Mission is to help humans heal mental, emotional and physical health through podcasts, programs, and a global community that believes in optimizing our potential to live life well. Josh's life is dedicated to supporting humanity coming together as one. Find episode links, summary, and transcript here. Highlights: The potential of the third wave of psychedelics. Practical ways to ensure safe, effective experiences. How to craft a microdosing protocol. Transcending the fear of death and addressing “existential malaise” through psychedelics. How Paul F. Austin used plant medicine to heal and integrate his own shadow. Paul’s view on the current state of the psychedelic industry, and how to live a fulfilling life. Episode Links: Wellness Force Media Wellness + Wisdom Podcast RUNGA Tao Te Ching: The Book of the Way by Lao Tzu Book, Food of the Gods by Terence McKenna Book, Iron John: by Robert Bly What If Money Was No Object? – Alan Watts Synthesis Institute These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links. This episode is brought to you by MycroDrops™ Powerful Micro-Elixirs made from Adaptogen and nootropic herbs and mushrooms. Get MOTIVATED, FOCUSED & GROUNDED! Use code THIRDWAVE and take $10 off your first purchase of $30 or more. Visit www.mycrodrops.com.  
Integration coach and change catalyst, Marcus Antonius Druen, joins Paul F. Austin to discuss the Psychedelic Map for Change. Over the last 20 years, Marcus Druen optimized his career to play the ‘success game’ as a self-employed executive coach and organizational development consultant who worked for corporations such as Microsoft, Adobe, KPMG, Sanofi Biologics, EON Energy and Lidl, as well as European VCs and start-ups like Future Energy Ventures, Xempus, and Desolenator. For the next 20 years, he endeavors to play the ‘impact game’. He is a bridge-builder between the existing system and the new one that clearly wants to emerge. Accelerated by the pandemic, Marcus is on an exciting yet daunting journey of stepping into his purpose with love and power. Marcus is committed to elevating the consciousness of business people to co-create the regenerative renaissance. His current contribution to this movement is the Psychedelic Map For Change, which he uses as the basis for his practice as a psychedelic integration coach. Find episode links, summary, and transcript here. Highlights: The impactful events in Marcus’s life that led him to coaching and consulting. How Marcus bridges his “two strengths in life,” psychedelics and business. The Psychedelic Map For Change: ‘Tool, Tribe, & Token’ Marcus’s current projects, including his breathwork course. Episode Links: Psychedelic Map For Change Marcus on LinkedIn Marcus on Twitter Marcus's 6-Week Transformational Breathwork Course Marcus’s Leading Audacious Change Podcast Brave Earth, Costa Rica Ken Wilber’s Integral theory Spiral Dynamics Teal Organizations Hawkins Scale of Consciousness Frédéric Laloux Book, Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender, by Dr. David Hawkins This episode is brought to you by MycroDrops™ Powerful Micro-Elixirs made from Adaptogen and nootropic herbs and mushrooms. Get MOTIVATED, FOCUSED & GROUNDED! Use code THIRDWAVE and take $10 off your first purchase of $30 or more. Visit www.mycrodrops.com.  
This episode is a replay from our 2022 Virtual Summit, where special guest Dr. Amy Albright shares about the interplay between psychedelics and intuition. Dr. Amy Albright is a new sort of oracle. She stands rooted in logic-based, science-driven work and can also see into the worlds beyond. With offerings ranging from neurofeedback, intensive retreats to advanced coaching of visionaries and changemakers, to an upcoming launch of her mystery school, Dr. Amy Albright has worked for two decades with high caliber individuals to change lives and scale businesses in powerful and integrated ways. At the core of all of her offerings is her practical and science-based approach to intuition, which she both lives by and teaches. Amy is a Core Faculty in Third Wave’s Coaching Certification Program. In this episode, Dr. Albright leads a guided meditation to cultivate intuition, shares wisdom from her own practice with intuition and psychedelics, and finally, answers questions from the Virtual Summit audience. Find episode links, summary, and transcript here. Highlights: Dr. Albright offers a guided meditation on the body, energy and breath Defining intuition—our “natural state” How intuition applies to a coaching practice Dr. Albright’s 4 key elements to increasing the skill of intuition How intuition can be woven into psychedelic journeys and integration How intuition plays into peak performance Dr. Albright’s practice using plant medicine to cultivate intuition. Lastly, her vision of the future of coaching and intuition Episode Links: Dr. Albright’s Website Holon Experience by Dr. Albright & Dr. Drew Pierson  Ben Greenfield (Episode 55) These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links.
Paul F. Austin speaks with Rak Razam & Joel Brierre, creators of Bridging Heaven Retreats, about the "marriage" of meditation and 5-MeO-DMT.  Rak Razam is an alchemical storyteller with his finger on the pulse of tomorrow and the heart of today. A screenwriter, documentary filmmaker, author, journalist and culture maker, his focus is on the cultural paradigm birthing in this brave new world. Co-founder of the World Bufo Alvarius Congress (www.wbac.info), he has become one of the world’s leading experts on 5-MeO, giving lectures and panel discussions at events worldwide. He has been facilitating bufo toad retreats in Mexico since 2016. Joël Brierre (aka: the entheogenic yogi) is a pioneer in the modern psychedelic movement, and has years of experience in the realm of 5-MeO-DMT and the Bufo Alvarius toad. His unique approach of applying classical non-dual yogic philosophy for both the preparation and integration from the entheogenic experience gained attention from around the world at the first World Bufo Alvarius Congress (WBAC) in 2018 and continues to shift the landscape of psychedelic use. Currently Founder & CEO of Kaivalya Kollectiv and President of Tandava Retreats. Find episode links, summary, and transcript here. Highlights: Rak Razam’s journey through Psychedelics as a media professional. Joel Brierre’s spiritual re-entry into psychedelics, and his contributions through retreats, public education, and trainings. How Rak and Joel’s paths converged, leading to the creation of Bridging Heaven Retreats. Joel and Rak’s approach to designing a low-dose 5-MeO meditation retreat. Weaving ancient yogic philosophy into 5-MeO practice. Considering 5-MeO harm reduction as the substance becomes increasingly widespread. Looking ahead: continuing explorations with neurofeedback technology and 5-MeO-DMT, and mapping the frontiers of consciousness. Episode Links: Rak Razam’s Website Joel Brierre’s Website Kaivalya Kollectiv Bridging Heaven Retreats Tandava Retreats Rak’s Ayahuasca documentary, Aya Awakenings F.I.V.E. (5-MEO-DMT Information and Vital Education) VICE article featuring Rak’s first 5-MEO-DMT session. Patanjali’s Eight Limbs of Yoga These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links. This episode is brought to you by Third Wave’s Coaching Certification Program. This is an opportunity for coaches with existing practices to be a part of a movement that will change lives.
Laura Dawn, founder of Grow Medicine, joins Paul F. Austin to explore the intersection between psychedelics and creative problem-solving. Through her signature Mastermind Programs and Plant Medicine Retreats, Laura Dawn weaves together science with ancient wisdom. She teaches business and thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, and creative professionals how to mindfully explore psychedelics and sacred plant medicines as powerful visionary tools for inner transformation, fostering emotional resiliency and unlocking new depths to our creative potential. Through mindset, somatic coaching, and plant medicine integration, she inspires leaders to align body, mind, and heart to get unstuck and take centered action in alignment with a deeper sense of purpose to influence meaningful change. Laura Dawn has a Masters in Science specializing in Creativity & Change Leadership. Her degree explores the intersection between psychedelics and creative problem-solving, helping leaders and teams consciously work with sacred plant medicines to think more creatively and cultivate heart-centered leadership in order to unlock innovative solutions to the complex challenges we collectively face. Find episode links, summary, and transcript here. Highlights: Laura’s current transition from Austin, Texas, to Costa Rica. Grow Medicine, Laura’s donation- and education-based platform. Laura’s evolutionary path with psychedelic medicines, starting at an early age. The two burgeoning studies of psychedelics and creativity—and how they come together. Laura’s Systems Change Model for Psychedelic Leadership. Episode Links: Laura’s Website Laura’s Instagram Grow Medicine Indigenous Medicine Conservation Fund Blessings of the Forest UMIYAC Laura’s podcast, The Psychedelic Leadership Podcast Third Wave Coaching Certification Book, Stealing Fire by Steven Kotler & Jamie Wheal Third Wave’s Virtual Summit (Featuring Laura) Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Words Are Vibrations Podcast Hosted by James McCrae Book, How to Laugh in Ironic Amusement During Your Existential Crisis by JamesMcCrae These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links. This podcast is brought to you by Third Wave’s Mushroom Grow Kit. Get the tools you need to grow mushrooms along with an in-depth guide to finding spores.
Resilience expert Dr. Taryn Marie Stejskal joins Paul F. Austin for a special 2-part interview exploring resilience, leadership, & psychedelics. Dr. Taryn Marie is the #1 international expert on resilience, in both leadership and life, whose mission is to positively impact the lives of 1 billion people, through the concepts of resilience, by 2030. She is recognized as a leading global authority on resilience, wellbeing, and mental health, and she is the Founder and Chief Resilience Officer (CRO) of Resilience Leadership Institute (RLI) and believes that resilience is the key to individual and organizational actualization and acceleration across the globe. By leveraging over a decade and a half of original research on resilience, she developed the empirically-based framework, The Five Practices of Particularly Resilient People. Highlights: Dr. Taryn's personal and professional path of resilience, vulnerability, The myth of the Vulnerability Bias. How psychedelics can help us tap into our resilience. The Five Practices of Highly Resilient People Why the practice of vulnerability is so challenging yet essential to our growth and wellbeing. The gifts of transformation hidden in the ‘reverse bucket list’ moments of life. Dr. Taryn’s latest projects to positively impact the world through resilience. Episode Links: Dr. Taryn’s Website, Resilience Leadership Institute Book, Daring Greatly by Brené Brown Dr. Taryn’s podcast, Flourish or Fold: Stories of Resilience Podcast Mindfulness-based stress reduction Book, Antifragile by Nassim Nicholas Taleb Dr. Taryn’s TEDx Talk: How Resilience Breaks Us Out of Our Vulnerability Cage These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links. This episode is brought to you by Third Wave’s Coaching Certification Program. This is an opportunity for coaches with existing practices to be a part of a movement that will change lives.
Hanifa Nayo Washington, co-founder of Fireside Project, joins Paul F. Austin to discuss belonging, equity, & psychedelic peer support. Hanifa Nayo Washington thrives at the intersection of mindfulness, belonging, and healing justice to co-create organizations, gatherings, and experiences rooted in the values of beloved community so all people can heal from the emotional, physical and spiritual impacts of systems of oppression, trauma, and disconnection.  Hanifa Nayo is the Co-founder and Organizing Principal of One Village Healing, an online BIPOC centered healing, resilience, and psychedelic wellness space. She is also the Co-founder and Chief of Strategy at Fireside Project the nonprofit that runs the Psychedelic Peer Support Line that is helping people minimize the risks of their psychedelic experiences while democratizing access to free high-quality emotional support during and after any psychedelic experience. The line has supported over 5,000 callers since launching in 2021. For episode links, summary, and transcript go here. Highlights: Hanifa's life of discovery and service that led her to co-found Fireside Project. Her insights about belonging, and how psychedelics influenced them. Defining—and challenging—the term 'Psychedelic Space' and how to "make equity real” in the context of psychedelics. Spiritual Resilience and Sacred Activism. Hanifa's upcoming plant medicine retreat for black women. Episode Links: Hanifa’s Website Hanifa’s Instagram Fireside Website Fireside Instagram Fireside Facebook Fireside Twitter Fireside LinkedIn One Village Healing Niyonu Spann, Beyond Diversity 101 Hanifa’s Colors Within Retreat at Nina Wasi These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links. This podcast is brought to you by Third Wave’s Mushroom Grow Kit. Get the tools you need to grow mushrooms along with an in-depth guide to finding spores.  
Andrew Weil, M.D., is a world-renowned leader and pioneer in the field of integrative medicine. Combining a Harvard education and a lifetime of practicing natural and preventive medicine, he is the founder and director of the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, where he is a clinical professor of medicine and professor of public health. A New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Weil is the author of 15 books on health and wellbeing, including Mind Over Meds: Know When Drugs Are Necessary, When Alternatives Are Better, and When to Let Your Body Heal on Its Own; Fast Food, Good Food; True Food: Seasonal, Sustainable, Simple, Pure; Spontaneous Happiness; Healthy Aging; and Eight Weeks to Optimum Health. He is the editorial director of DrWeil.com, the leading online resource for healthy living based on the philosophy of integrative medicine. He is also a founder and partner in the growing family of True Food Kitchen restaurants.  For show notes and full transcript, go here. The influence international travel had on Dr. Weil from an early age. Dr. Weil's years at Harvard: first psychedelic experiences and early research on Cannabis. Pioneering integrative medicine—and becoming classified as a “dangerous person” by the White House. Dr. Weil's story of using Cannabis while speaking in front of Congress. Expanding the paradigm of psychedelic research. Defining Integrative Health. Lessons from the psychedelic wave of the sixties. Misunderstood medicinal and psychoactive plants. The future of the psychedelic landscape. Episode Links: Dr. Weil’s Website Andrew Weil Center For Integrative Medicine Book: The Harvard Psychedelic Club by Don Lattin Dr. Weil’s book, The Natural Mind Dr. Weil’s book From Chocolate To Morphine Dr. Charls Nichols’s research at LSU on Psychedelics Book: Wizard of the Upper Amazon by F. Bruce Lamb  Book: Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda Book: Be Here Now by Ram Dass Book: The Religion of Tomorrow by Ken Wilber Book: The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley Video: “1950’s Housewife on LSD” Books: Pharmako Series by Dale Pendell This episode is brought to you by Third Wave’s Coaching Certification Program. This is an opportunity for coaches with existing practices to be a part of a movement that will change lives. Join us on the leading edge of human potential. Apply to the Coaching Certification Program today. These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links.
Dr. Erica Zelfand is a licensed family doctor specializing in integrated mental health and functional medicine. In addition to treating patients of all ages in her private practice, Dr. Zelfand is ketamine prescriber, facilitator of therapeutic psychedelic experiences, international speaker, and medical writer. She often presents at medical conferences on the clinical applications of psychedelic healing and advocated for the recent legalization of psilocybin assisted therapy in Oregon. She also trained in MDMA-assisted psychotherapy through MAPS. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Erica talks with Paul F. Austin about physical wellness, integrated mental health, and legal psilocybin in Oregon. For a full summary and transcript, go here. Podcast highlights: Dr. Zelfand's journey into medicine and psychedelics. Psychedelics and a new medical paradigm. Key healing systems. The role of the thyroid in functional medicine The role of testosterone in functional health. Psilocybin facilitator training with Inner Trek in Oregon. Who can access and facilitate psilocybin services in Oregon? Microdosing and Oregon's Measure 109. Episode links: Dr. Erica Zelfand Dr. Janine L. Malcolm Inner Trek The Microdosing Collective Get 30% off Dr. Zelfand's course, the Science of Psychedelics. Use Coupon code: THIRDWAVE30 (https://ScienceofPsychedelics.com) These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links. This episode is sponsored by Beckley Retreats, a leading holistic wellbeing company that offers transformative self-development programs by leveraging the science-backed power of psychedelics in concert with supportive therapeutic modalities. As a trusted partner of Third Wave, we strongly recommend the upcoming retreats for Beckley in Jamaica, as well as many other locations. Head to go.beckleyretreats.com/thirdwave to book your transformational psilocybin program today.
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Matthew Poole

Great podcast. Appreciated the insight into the History of Japanese Drug culture. The inclusion of Spirit intelligence within the definition of Alien intelligence is very interesting. Andrew is a very insightful guy with a unique perspective on life, psychedelics and Intelligence.

May 3rd
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Chris Winn

fucking brilliant

Mar 22nd
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Атанас Байчев

And people are still dogmatized about psychedelics been "bad"? Everything you don't have knowledge of is bad! But with the right knowledge, you can use psychedelics to improve your life 10 times! Thank you Third Wave for your efforts to share the RIGHT knowledge with the masses!

Jan 20th
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gregorior

Good podcast until the guest started shitting out her cliches on feminist victimhood.

Jul 6th
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Dan Osterman

Hey, great conversation. I'm really interested in holotropic breathwork. I'm reading Stan's book currently. Thanks for sharing more insight.

Feb 23rd
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Darude Sandstorm

I usually don’t comment negative statements, but the audio quality is awful. I’m having to end this episode at the 27 minute mark despite being interested in the interview. Disappointing.

Jan 6th
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Jessica Desmoineaux

Yes! the ones on top want to remain on top and we dont need any of it. its harming us as a species #thevenusproject

Aug 24th
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Melissa Paquette

One of my favorite talks. Twice now I've listened to this podcast and got just as much as the first time I heard it. Definetly feel coming back to this one is a great reminder on how to integrate the information received during my journeys.

Jul 14th
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Melissa Paquette

Great talk. Thank you. Hope to see you in November :)

Jul 6th
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Bruno Linus Lejdfelt

when a feminist start talking about there being no difference between men and women: I need to use the restroom, which one was it again? (right door: bla, left door: bla bla bla bla bla)

Jun 25th
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Capt. Steph

love this episode

Apr 23rd
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Capt. Steph

thank you!!!

Mar 7th
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