In this episode of Psychedelics Weekly, Joe and Alexa reflect on the recent Psychedelic Science 2023 conference, which was hailed as the biggest psychedelic event in history.
They delve into Joe’s two Psychedelic Morning Shows with Anne Philippi, discussing topics such as the work of Clusterbusters and the new Psychedelics and Pain Association, the “Millions of Moms” gathering led by Tracey Tee, the growing interest in psychedelics among athletes like Aaron Rodgers, the legality of mushroom growing kits, and the overall atmosphere of the conference. Additionally, Alexa shares her experience with breathwork at The EAST Institute as a follow-up to their previous breathwork episode.
They also discuss a short film titled “Open Up,” which explores the party lifestyle of constantly seeking new highs, the potential dangers of ketamine abuse, and the consequences of not addressing personal problems.
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1. What was the Psychedelic Science 2023 conference?
The Psychedelic Science 2023 conference was the largest psychedelic event to date, bringing together experts and enthusiasts to discuss various topics related to psychedelics.
2. What were some of the highlights discussed in the episode?
Some of the highlights discussed in the episode include Joe’s Psychedelic Morning Shows, the work of Clusterbusters and the Psychedelics and Pain Association, the “Millions of Moms” gathering, Aaron Rodgers’ interest in psychedelics, and Alexa’s breathwork experience at The EAST Institute.
3. What is the short film “Open Up” about?
“Open Up” is a short film that explores the party lifestyle of constantly seeking new highs, the potential dangers of ketamine abuse, and the importance of open communication about personal problems.
4. Are there any upcoming events or resources mentioned?
Yes, the episode mentions a breathwork retreat called “A Vital Journey” and a program called “Navigating Psychedelics For Clinicians and Wellness Practitioners” that begins in July.