Adventures Through The Mind
About This Show
Deeply informed by the transformational power of the psychedelic experience, ATTMind is about shifting the consciousness of society by providing paradigm-busting perspectives and personally transformational content to listeners.
It features interviews with the thought leaders and cultural luminaries of the psychedelic renaissance, exploring the wide range of topics that intersect at the vertex of psychedelic culture; from psychology, psychotherapy, and pharmacology to history, philosophy, and spirituality.
Hosted by psychedelic enthusiast James W. Jesso, author of Decomposing The Shadow: Lessons From The Psilocybin Mushroom.
Most Recent Episode
Neoshamanism, Magick, and Making Your Own Ceremony w/ Julian Vayne ~ Ep. 55
7 days ago
Julian Vayne is an occultist and the author of numerous books, essays, journals, and articles in both the academic and esoteric press. While his name is closely associated with chaos magic Julian is also an initiated Wiccan, member of the Kaula Nath lineage and Master Mason. We talk magical traditions, self-transformation with psychedelic, religious history, and the nuances around cultural appropriation in the neo-shamanic and nonaboriginal cultures of the modern world. We also talk about different activities or games we can play while tripping to endow a greater sense of meaning in not only our psychedelic adventures but in our daily lives as well. Full Show Notes at bit.ly/ATTMind55 Become My Patron On Patreon SUPPORT ONE-TIME (PayPal) Episode Breakdown Disambiguating "magic", "self-transformation", and "spirituality". The legitimacy of the recreational use of psychedelics. The root of, and dissociation from, ectasis in religious history. The herding of the mind. Neoshamanism and cultural appropriation. The principle of ceremony and how to make your own. Welding (chaos) magick to craft meaning in psychedelic experiences. The importance of PLAY!!! (and games to play while tripping). Differences/similarities between magick & Jungian depth psychology.