Tuesday, 27 January 2015

teacher plants

from Daniel Vitalis's excellent Rewilding podcast series, Arthur Haines discussing the missing nutrient in our diets: entheogens. He talks about entheogen use in hunter-gatherer societies and tells us a little about his own personal experiences with these sacred plant medicines.


A bit about Arthur’s background
How Arthur was introduced to psychoactive plants
Being a credible witness
Entheogen use in hunter-gatherers
Spiritual realm vs the scientific realm
Arthur’s personal entheogenic experiences
Entheogens are endogenous compounds
Entheogens were called “teacher plants” by indigenous tribal leaders for a reason
The missing nutrient in our diet?
Using entheogens to deal with death trauma
Arthur describes his sacred experience with Saguaro Cactus
Discerning tips for working with a shaman

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