Entheocentric Salon, Psytrance Parties, DJ Shadow, Divine Warriors, Enertopia, Club Tantra and more are in store for New Yorkers this week.
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After nearly four decades, the aboveground study of psychedelics is opening up again. At next year's World Psychedelic Forum in Basel, Switzerland, a new crop of “Rising Researchers” will present their work, spanning a wide range of disclipines. Founded by Tom Roberts, this program will bring these diverse, international researchers together – to share their findings, to offer mutual support, and to meet the psychedelic pioneers who paved the way.
As part of an ongoing but essentially lazy quest to wrap my psyche around alchemy, I had recently been drawn towards Paracelsus: the wonder-working itinerant sixteenth-century healer who is sometimes cast as the Copernicus of medicine. Rejecting the leech-loving, bass-ackwards, and literally by-the-book healing practices of most medieval doctors, Paracelsus instead made room for a medicine based on plants, material causality, and self-healing powers of the body.
In that first week after the diagnosis of my wife’s recurrence of cancer, the greatest stretch to my cynical flexibility was the Shamanic Spirit Channeler. There was no way I was going to waste my Saturday night at some Shamanic Spirit Channeler. We got the diagnosis and Rebecca felt she needed to find a spiritual path through this latest struggle. I was a willing, supportive and loving husband. I would love to go Saturday night to the Shamanic Spirit Channeler.
Imagine a world of mind-over-matter, where a psychological snap of the fingers takes you into a parallel universe of perfect health and unlimited happiness. Sound like a video game? Or maybe a movie you saw a few years ago? Well, it is called “The Matrix,” but according to Dr. Raphael Kellman, it’s not fiction.