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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.
Joel Monk is a leadership coach, educator, facilitator, and entrepreneur. As a coach, Joel is dedicated to the development of conscious, creative, and entrepreneurial leaders. He co-founded Coaches Rising, a company at the cutting edge of online coach training with a community of nearly 50,000 coaches and participants from every continent on the planet. Coaches Rising has collaborated with some of the leading minds in the field of human development. For show links, go here Highlights: Coaches Rising and the evolution of coaching. Translating “emergence” from theory to practice. Joel’s journey into coaching, psychedelics, and other transformative modalities. The difference between coaching and therapy. Why coaches should have a referral network. Necessary skills to develop conscious, creative, and entrepreneurial leaders. Values, principles, and systems of meta modernism. Future developments for Coaches Rising. Show links: Joel Monk Coaches Rising The Summit Richard C. Schwartz, Ph.D., the founder of Internal Family Systems Ken Wilber, No Boundary Steve March and Aletheia Coaching Ken Wilber, The Religion of Tomorrow Arturo Escobar, Designs for the Pluriverse Jeremy Johnson, Seeing Through the World 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.  
As co-founder and CEO of Beckley Retreats, Neil Markey is passionate about sharing the science-backed benefits of psychedelics in conjunction with the contemplative practices that support holistic wellbeing. At Beckley Retreats, he’s dedicated to building a business that operates with the utmost integrity, both internally and across the many communities it will touch. For a full summary and show links, go here. Episode Highlights: The inspiration Neil draws from his involvement in his family business, Creative Metal Design. Neil's transformative journey from the US Army Special Operations to business, mindfulness and psychedelics. The evolution of the Beckley Foundation and how it continues to set the standard of conscious endeavoring in the psychedelic space. Neil's transition from the corporate world into his journey starting Beckley Retreats. The inspiring—and challenging—aspects of starting a unique psychedelic retreat program. The unique experience Beckley Retreats create through its programming. Get first access to Beckley Retreat’s incredible upcoming programs HERE. Episode links: Beckley Retreats Beckley Foundation   Beckley Psytech Neil's LinkedIn MindKind Institute Book, “The Second Mountain” by David Brooks Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Creative Metal Design Get first access to upcoming programs with Beckley Retreats HERE. 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.
Dan Peterson, Esq. is a DC-based attorney, entheogenic practitioner, and depression survivor who uses his legal background and personal experience to expand equitable access to responsibly-administered transformative experiences. He is the Executive Director and Founding Member of the Association of Entheogenic Practitioners while also running his legal practice, Peterson Law, LLC. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Dan talks with Paul F. Austin about the evolving psychedelic legal landscape, including the role of religious freedom in protecting practitioners and how to build community and accessibility through the Association of Entheogenic Practitioners. Highlights: From conventional D.C. attorney to psychedelic legal advisor. Tracking psychedelic legal developments in the US. The likelihood of getting arrested in the psychedelic space. Creating the Association of Entheogenic Practitioners. Building a culture of responsible practice, reciprocity, and accessibility. Ensuring DEI in the psychedelic space from a legal perspective. For a full summary and show links, go here. Episode Links: Dan Peterson The Association of Entheogenic Practitioners Adrienne Maree Brown, Emergent Strategies Andrew Huberman podcast Scholarly article on how psilocybin occasions mystical experience David Foster Wallace
Keith Ferrazzi is a bestselling author, speaker, entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist, and an enthusiastic team transformation coach committed to helping teams harness Radical Adaptability and Co-Elevation® to positively transform organizations in an unpredictable work world. Keith's mission for the past 20 years has been to serve extraordinary teams as they achieve great missions while building deep friendships along the way. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Keith talks with Paul F. Austin about the intersection of plant medicine, business, and effective leadership. Highlights include: Keith’s experience with plant medicines. Building meaningful community. The two different awakenings with psychedelics. Leading Without Authority and Keith’s newest book. Defining “co-elevation”. Creating “radical adaptability”. Psychedelics for Fortune 50 companies and executive teams. How plant medicines help develop soft skills for leadership. For a full summary and show links, go here. Episode links: Keith Ferrazz Tony Robbins Deepak Chopra Insight seminars Werner Erhard Davos Conference DLD Conference Sanjay Gupta 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. Sign up for our extensive microdosing course: https://thethirdwave.co/microdosing-course/   Want to grow your own medicine? Check out Third Wave’s Mushroom Grow Kit: https://thethirdwave.co/mushroom-grow-kit/    Connect with Paul F. Austin:  Visit The Third Wave PODCAST: https://thethirdwave.co/podcast/ Visit Paul's personal website: https://www.paulaustin.co/ Follow Paul F. Austin on INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/paulaustin3w Follow Paul F. Austin on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/paulaustin3w
This episode features two guests: Martin Polanco, M.D. and Sean Hansen. Martin is the founder of The Mission Within, a clinical program that serves special operations veterans and specializes in treatment-resistant and complex conditions such as mild traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress, depression, and/or addiction as a result of experiences during military service. Sean Hansen, was a combat veteran and licensed attorney, who moved into high-performance coaching following his experience with ibogaine and 5-MeO-DMT through The Mission Within. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Martin and Sean talk with Paul F. Austin about preparing for, experiencing, and integrating ibogaine and 5-MeO journeys, the benefits of combining these medicines, and groundbreaking research to drive legal policy reform.
Rachel Yehuda, Ph.D., is an Endowed Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience of Trauma and Director of Mental Health at the James J. Peters Veterans Affairs Medical Center. She is a recognized leader in the field of traumatic stress studies who revolutionized our understanding of the neurobiology and treatment of PTSD. Most recently, Dr. Yehuda established and now directs the Center for Psychedelic Psychotherapy and Trauma Research, and was named one of the most influential women in the psychedelic field. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Rachel talks with Paul F. Austin about her research, including a forthcoming study on MDMA-assisted therapy for trauma survivors.
Dr. Deborah Mash is a professor of neurology and pharmacology, who is one of the world’s foremost research experts on ibogaine. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Dr. Mash talks with Paul F. Austin about how she began studying ibogaine and using this powerful substance to treat addiction, her experiences getting research funding, and spearheading ibogaine clinical trials. 
Born in Cameroon, Africa, Marie Mbouni 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 to follow 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. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Marie talks with Paul F. Austin about energy intelligence and altered states with and without medicine.
Lauren Taus is licensed as a clinical therapist in both New York and California with a specialty in addiction and trauma treatment. As a clinician, Lauren integrates alternative modalities of treatment into her work, and has trained extensively in psychedelic-assisted therapy. Most recently, Lauren has started her own clinical training program: the Psychedelic Coalition for Health. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Lauren talks with Paul F. Austin about her early trauma facing mortality and an eating disorder, and how she healed with yoga, psychedelics, therapy, and other somatic practices.
Luke Storey is a writer, meditation and metaphysics teacher, and lifestyle design expert who shares transformative principles of health, addiction recovery, and spirituality. His teachings combine primal health, and ancient spiritual practices with the most cutting-edge natural healing, and consciousness-expanding technologies. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Luke talks with Paul F. Austin about sobriety and the ceremonial use of psychedelics for healing.
John Lamb Lash is a comparative mythologist known for his ground-breaking work on Gnosticism, the Pagan Mysteries, and shamanism. He is a leading exponent of the power of myth to direct individual experience and drive historical events over the long term. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, John talks with Paul F. Austin about Telestic shamanism, a practice of Gnostic investigation with psilocybin mushrooms and other entheogenic medicines.
Ehren Cruz is a master ceremonialist who has mindfully studied the use of sacramental entheogenic substances as a cornerstone of self-actualization, spiritual growth, and leadership for 13 years. This path of inner discovery has evolved through a life devoted to the wisdom of ceremonial practice, high-performance training, radical creativity, and developing an unshakable trust in the gift and importance of a connection that transcends the mind. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Ehren talks with Paul F. Austin about his life-altering psychedelic experiences, how he created transcendent spaces through event production, and his transition to the heart-centered work of leading ceremonial experiences.
Ben Malcolm, PharmD, MPH, BCPP envisions a society in which access to psychedelic drugs in a variety of safe and supported settings is available for those seeking psycho-spiritual well-being, personal development, ceremonial sacraments, and treatment of mental illness. To serve this vision, he began a psychopharmacology consulting practice and educational website, spiritpharmacist.com to help people understand the interactions between traditional psychiatric medications and alternative psychedelic medicines. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Ben talks with Paul F. Austin about the history of psychotropic medications and how these pharmeceuticals might interact with a variety of psychedelic medicines.
Marcus and Amber Capone are the founders of the US-based non-profit organization, VETS. After 13 years and numerous combat deployments as a Navy Seal, Marcus's post-military transition challenges became seemingly insurmountable when all other treatment options failed. As a result, the couple pursued ibogaine therapy as a last-ditch effort and found it incredibly successful. They've now helped more than 400 veterans to date by providing resources, research, and advocacy for veterans seeking psychedelic-assisted therapy with a special emphasis on ibogaine. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Marcus and Amber talk with Paul F. Austin about Marcus’s experience in the military, the difficulties he faced in civilian life, the role of psychedelic-assisted therapy in his healing, and how Marcus and Aubrey are helping veterans pursue similar treatment today.
Dr. Andrew Gallimore is a Japan-based computational neurobiologist, pharmacologist, chemist, and author whose research focuses on DMT’s effects on the brain and consciousness. Dr. Gallimore’s current work explores how DMT might help us access extradimensional realities, and his recent book Alien Information Theory explains how DMT provides the secret to the very structure of our reality. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Dr. Gallimore talks with Paul F. Austin about alien intelligence and DMT’s role as a gateway, influential authors, and thoughts on the metaverse and posthumanism.
Sylvia Benito is a portfolio manager with 20 years of experience in managing family office investments. She connects consciousness to capital by bridging the traditional world of investing to her proprietary innovations in quantifying the alignment awareness and transformative purpose of any company. Sylvia works with families, founders, and boards to adjust alignment to their highest and truest purpose. She is also a trained shaman and actively investigates the utilization of entheogens in investing. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Sylvia talks with Paul F. Austin about her path weaving together entrepreneurship, investing, and awakening through meditation and psychedelics.
Comments (12)

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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