MEDICINE FOR THESE TIMES with Beth Weinstein
Your podcast for integrating Psychedelics & Sacred Plant Medicines into your coaching, healing & transformational business.
This week David Sauvage teacher, empath, artist, and guide speaks with Beth Weinstein about exploring the intricate relationship between money and sacred work and his perspective on monetizing deeply spiritual and meaningful services, acknowledging the potential clash between the frequency of money and that of love, compassion and authentic connection.
Beth Weinstein and Daniel McQueen discuss the experiential training of his Psychedelic Sitter School program, the challenges of creating a career as a psychedelic practitioner, and how psychedelics can inspire individual transformation and bring about societal change by addressing trauma and bringing more meaning into people’s lives.
Beth Weinstein and Brian James, a multifaceted coach, musician, artist, and cultural activist—who promotes a soul-centered approach to psychedelic use and life in its entirety. Embracing the role of advocate, he encourages a mindful and spiritual perspective towards the use of psychedelics and the journey of existence.
Listen in as Beth Weinstein shares her reflections on her recent travels to the Psychedelic Science ‘23 conference and an ayahuasca retreat in Peru, and shares her insights on the depths of the human experience, emotional regulation, and the alchemical process of soul transformation.
This week Beth Weinstein and transpersonal therapist and integration coach, Tobey Tobey discuss Tobey’s rich exploration into the world of psychedelics, the critical role of community in the psychedelic space, and valuable advice from Tobey for aspiring integration coaches, including the benefits of attending integration circles, finding mentors and honing interpersonal skills.
This week Beth Weinstein and East Forest discuss East’s passion for creating spaces of authentic human interaction and connection, the significant role music plays in psychedelic journeys, and potential impacts of AI-generated music and its implications for the music industry.
This week Beth Weinstein and Heather Shelton discuss the legalization of psilocybin in Oregon, navigating the complex rules and regulations through the decriminalization of psilocybin in Oregon, and facilitating holistic psychedelic work as an Assistant Director at EPIC Healing Eugene, the first licensed psilocybin service center in the country.
Beth Weinstein shares about her Psychedelic-Assisted Soul Business Visioning & Aligned Energetics Activation process that she offers to leaders and entrepreneurs to increase their capacity to expand into their full potential and serve more people with private psychedelic-assisted guidance, energetic alignment, and soul liberation and leadership coaching.
This week Beth Weinstein and Jules Hare discuss the role of mind-body integration in becoming an embodied leader, helping people translate their bodywork into their heart and soul by creating containers for people to be reminded of what they truly need, and Jules’ coaching program, which helps individuals align their physical and spiritual selves.
This week Beth Weinstein and Laura Mae Northrup discuss Laura’s book, Radical Healership, aimed at guiding healers towards sustainable and regenerative practices, passion-driven vs. profit-driven missions, and insights on the growing field of psychedelic therapy.
This week Beth Weinstein and Dr. Rosalind Watts discuss the increasing popularity of psychedelic therapy and discusses its challenges, the importance of a supportive psychedelic community and vetting therapists, and the development of the ACER model of integration and the Watts Connectedness Scale for measuring outcomes in psychedelic therapy.
Listen in as Beth Weinstein shares her insights about the many illusions surrounding launching and growing an online business, and the critical importance of establishing a solid foundation for your business and advises against taking shortcuts because as an entrepreneur, you should be prepared to invest time and effort into your business.
Beth Weinstein and Joe Moore of Psychedelics Today discuss the future of the psychedelic industry, plant medicines and psychedelics as tools for healing, and concerns about the corporatization of psychedelics. Joe calls for unity of leaders in the psychedelics space along with more education about the broad spectrum of psychedelic experiences.
Allison Hoots and Beth Weinstein discuss legal issues in the growing psychedelic space: guidance for psychedelic practitioners and entheogenic churches, harm reduction, balancing enforceable rules, the potential for unintended criminalization, and crafting enforceable agreements to minimize legal risks.
Beth Weinstein and shamanic practitioner Michelle Hawk discuss the importance of respecting ancestral medicine and energetic healing in the psychedelic field, the limitations of the clinical therapeutic model, importance of emotional awareness in psychotherapy, and reframing our relationship to shamanic practices.
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