Rak Razam: Psychedelic Cultural Integration, Sustainability & Our Ecological Crisis

Psychedelic Cultural Integration, Sustainability & Our Ecological Crisis with Rak RazamPsychedelic Cultural Integration, Sustainability & Our Ecological Crisis with Rak Razam: Episode 30, The Psychedelic Entrepreneur Podcast

Rak Razam is an alchemical storyteller with his finger on the pulse of tomorrow and the heart of today. A screenwriter, documentary filmmaker, author, journalist, and culture maker, his focus is on the new cultural paradigm birthing in this brave new world.

In this episode, Beth and Rak discuss …

  • Accepting and leveraging the resources of modern civilization as we implement a new vision for our world
  • How psychedelics impinge upon the prevailing profit model
  • Whether we need to be ‘sick’ to benefit from psychedelics – can we look to these medicines to help us ‘optimize’?
  • Rak’s perspective that the effect of the ecological crisis is a kind of species level PTSD Our deeply felt sense of separation from nature as a trauma response
  • The global shamanic resurgence and the “entheogenic transfer” from the old world to the new
  • How this global shamanic resurgence is helping people remember and reweave their relationship to the greater whole
  • How the environmental ’emergency’ is becoming an ’emergence’ as we learn to respond from a place of knowing ourselves more deeply
  • A vision for the psychedelic and ecological movements coming together in closer collaboration Issues around the sustainability of the expanding use of psychedelic earth medicines
  • Organic vs. synthetic psychedelic earth medicines Psychedelics as “training wheels” to help us learn how to embody a higher consciousness without medicine
  • Integration as harnessing what you connected to most profoundly in your psychedelic experience/s, and putting that into practice every day
  • How the medicines show us the path, but it is up to us to walk that path

Follow Rak!

www.rakrazam.com

www.shamansoftheglobalvillage.com

www.aya-awakenings.com

Free Gift: ‘Jungle Fever’ is an exclusive 16-minute excerpt from the groundbreaking shamanic documentary Aya: Awakenings, written by Rak Razam and directed by Tim Parish, now available for viewing and download: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/ayaawakenings

 

 

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