How to Be a Witch
Shadow work, ritual training, and the "amalgamous goo" of shakti: a talk with co-host Maja D'Aoust about her new practice DVD How to Be a Witch.
Shamanic predation, cultural narcissism, and healing through language and learning: a talk with Lily Ross, a Masters candidate at the Harvard Divinity School and co-founder of Nomad Culture.
Self-organization, the empty cell, and the mind of the quantum foam: a wide-ranging talk with Dr. Neil Theise, stem cell specialist, complexity researcher, and practicing Zen Buddhist. http://neiltheise.wordpress.com/
Animist practice, sacred sites, and cultivating a relationship to significant otherness: a talk with Robert Wallis, professor of Visual Culture at Richmond University and a scholar of paganism, shamanism, and rock art.
Anti-fascism, the trouble with managers, and the multimedia creation of the liberal self: a talk with Fred Turner, author of The Democratic Surround: Multimedia and American Liberalism from World War II to the Psychedelic Sixties.
Divine ignorance, reading tea leaves, and cultivating the practice of soul: a chat with Thomas Moore, author of the new book A Religion of One's Own.
Visionary painting, trance states, and the art of animalgamation: a vibrant talk with artist (and crazyologist) David Normal. www.davidnormal.com
Gonzo journalism, vibrating wisdom, and the globalization of ayahuasca: a talk with Rak Razam, author of Aya Awakenings, a book and a just-released narrative documentary directed by Tim Parish. www.aya-awakenings.com
Improvisation, isolation tanks, and transformative encounters with an often misunderstood psychoactive plant: a talk with Twig Harper, experimental musician and head technician of Be Free Floating. befreefloating.com
Meditation, psychedelic science, and the integration of the end game: a talk with Katherine MacLean, PhD, who helped guide psychedelic and meditation sessions in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins.