Meet me in the Mushroom is a twelve-part series gathering the stories of incredible humans and their profound experiences with entheogenic psilocybin Mushrooms. From shamanism to clinical therapy, magic to art, transcendence to integration, my intention is to create a podcast that takes you on a diverse journey through entheogenic experiences, while also honoring the versatile usage of psilocybin mushrooms in society today.
Cathy Coyle, Host & Coaching Psychologist (MA) & Shamanic Therapist interviewed by Stefanie Cohen
Darren Springer is a mycologist, educator, researcher and event organizer based in the UK. With a passion for exploring the African roots of Sacred Mushroom use. This interview explores Darrens Afro-carribean roots, his mentor Kilindi Lyi, and high dose journeying with psilocybin.
Anne Dutton is a mindfulness and meditation instructor, psychotherapist, somatic therapist, clinician for on-going research trials at Yale, and Buddhist scholar. We discuss the role of meditation and yoga in the psychedelic experience and integration. Annes involvement with the on going Psilocybin research at Yale University.
Julian Vayne, a renowned Occultist. With expertise spanning from Druidry to Chaos Magick, from indigenous American shamanism through to Freemasonry and Wicca. A regular speaker at conferences on the subject of contemporary occultism and magic, Julian is a also a museum educator. We chat Tantra, Animal guides and Julians new book "Getting Higher"- The manual of psychedelic ceremony.
Shonagh Home, visionary medicine woman, shamanic therapist, author and poet. Shonagh is an instrumental figure in the psychedelic community, a voice and inspiration for women on the path of visionary medicine work, and a key figure in re-establishing sacred mushroom work as a shamanic path. We explore the role of nature as a portal for healing and self discovery, the remembrance of women as witches and medicine guides and how we can assist people to move through the current state of global disillusionment.
Mikaela Valentino, Psychedelic motherhood, wise woman, healer and visionary guide. After studying under teachers of western tantra, traditional mexica ceremony and womb healing in the ma'at tradition, Mikaela has committed herself to education and community care. We discuss psilocybin in motherhood, women's health and breastfeeding. The importance of the feminine in psychedelic mysteries today.