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510: Sophia Rokhlin

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Sophia Rokhlin, co-author of the most psychedelic book since The Archaic Revival, joins the DTFH! Check out Sophia's book! When Plants Dream: Ayahuasca, Amazonian Shamanism and the Global Psychedelic Renaissance, available everywhere you get your books! You can also learn more about Sophia on SophiaRokhlin.com and follow her on Twitter. Original music by Aaron Michael Goldberg. This episode is brought to you by: Lumi Labs - Visit MicroDose.com and use code DUNCAN at checkout for 30% Off and FREE Shipping on your first order! Squarespace - Use offer code: DUNCAN to save 10% on your first site. StoryWorth - Visit StoryWorth.com/Duncan and receive $10 off your first purchase!

1hr 23mins

4 Jun 2022

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Ayahuasca + The Rainforest w/ Sophia Rokhlin

Here We Are

This week I am talking with Sophia Rokhlin, co-author of the book “When Plants Dream”.Sophia Rokhlin is an author, speaker and nonprofit organizer dedicated to supporting the conservation of Indigenous wisdom and territories. She currently serves as Technical Secretariat of the Amazon Emergency FundWe discuss ayahuasca, work in the amazon rainforest, and the role of indigenous peoples in our environmental future.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 10mins

3 Mar 2022

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Ayahuasca + The Rainforest w/ Sophia Rokhlin

Here We Are

This week I am talking with Sophia Rokhlin, co-author of the book “When Plants Dream”.Sophia Rokhlin is an author, speaker and nonprofit organizer dedicated to supporting the conservation of Indigenous wisdom and territories. She currently serves as Technical Secretariat of the Amazon Emergency FundWe discuss ayahuasca, work in the amazon rainforest, and the role of indigenous peoples in our environmental future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 10mins

3 Mar 2022

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Sowing Seeds For The Future While Living In The Present with Sophia Rokhlin | AD 173

Artist Decoded by Yoshino

https://www.patreon.com/artistdecoded About Sophia: Sophia Rokhlin is an author, speaker, and nonprofit organizer dedicated to supporting the conservation of indigenous wisdom and territory. Through engaged botany and ecology, she bridges the worlds of traditional ecological knowledge and Western science. She is a Program Coordinator at the Chaikuni Institute, supporting sustainable ayahuasca cultivation and reforestation in the Peruvian Amazon. She is a co-author of When Plants Dream: Ayahuasca, Amazonian Shamanism, and the Global Psychedelic Renaissance (Watkins, 2019) on the global spread of ayahuasca. She helps coordinate Folk Medicine, a live-stream benefit for communities of the Amazon rainforest impacted by COVID-19. She sits in the Ayahuasca Community Committee for the Chacruna Institute for Psychedelic Plant Medicines. Her research appears in publications including the New York Times and the BBC. Topics Discussed In This Episode: The beginning stages of Sophia’s work with indigenous people groups How human communities understand and grow in community with each other The differences between the “American path” vs the path that indigenous people groups take The association of wavelengths and the togetherness of individuals How western culture has lost a sense of togetherness The concept of reciprocity “Sowing seeds for the future, while living in the present” Capitalism and the approach to success Coronavirus and it’s affect to our larger structures Working together in teams Happiness Technology and social innovations How indigenous people groups approach health and wellness America viewing health in an allopathic way Environmentalism The romanticization of interconnectedness The traditional and modern uses of Ayahuasca Meditation, present-mindedness, and prayer The loss of ritual within modern society Being honest with yourself Living in a world full of tools, but having the lack of community to utilize them Human wisdom The mindset of jumping from interest to interest, rather than going deeper into a context Art being an expression of exploration www.artistdecoded.com Sophia’s Instagram  Sophia’s Website

50mins

18 Aug 2020

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Sophia Rokhlin: What To Know About Ayahuasca

Inner Truth with David Newell

Ayahuasca is a psychoactive tea that has a long history of ritual use among indigenous groups of the Upper Amazon. Made from the ayahuasca vine and the leaves of a shrub, ayahuasca is associated with healing in collective ceremonies and in more intimate contexts, generally under the direction of specialist an ayahuasquero, experienced practitioners who guide the ceremony and the drinkers experience. Ayahuasca has gained significant popularity in recent years in cities around the world. Ceremonies happen nightly and Hollywood stars, Wall Street players and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs now drink the brew.  This week Sophia Rokhlin, ethnobotanist, anthropologist, speaker, and co-author of the book When Plants Dream, is on the podcast to explore the economic, social, political, cultural and environmental impact that ayahuasca is having on society. 

56mins

2 Jun 2020

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Sophia Rokhlin - Bridging Ayahuasca to Today (#107)

Ten Laws with East Forest

Sophia Rokhlin is an author, speaker and nonprofit organizer from New York City. Through engaged botany and ecology, she bridges the worlds of indigenous ecological knowledge and Western science. She holds a BA in anthropology and religious studies from The New School and a M.Sc. in Ecological Economics from the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. She is a Program Coordinator at the Chaikuni Institute and currently directs the sustainable ayahuasca cultivation program at the Temple of the Way of Light, a traditional plant medicine retreat center in the Peruvian Amazon. She is a co-author of When Plants Dream: Ayahuasca, Amazonian Shamanism and the Global Psychedelic Renaissance (Watkins, 2019) on the global spread of ayahuasca. She has worked with several psychedelic harm-reduction programs such as KosmiCare, and is a member on the Ayahuasca Community Committee for the Chacruna Institute for Psychedelic Plant Medicines. Her research has been featured in publications including the New York Times and the BBC.

1hr 2mins

19 May 2020

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Mind Meld 200 | Intention Is the Engine of Evolution with Sophia Rokhlin

THIRD EYE DROPS

Support us and get rewards on patreon! Sophia Rokhlin returns to the mind meld! Sophia is the co-author of When Plants Dream: Ayahuasca, Amazonian Shamanism, and the Global Psychedelic Renaissance. She's also an anthropologist that works with indigenous shamans in Peru. In this one, we rap about the power of intention, whether or not the planet is conscious, the shamanistic perspective on viruses, why 'reality' is probably an illusion, and much more!  Support Third Eye Drops Crowd-sponsor us and get rewards on Patreon Try Four Sigmatic's super shrooms at 20% off Review and sub on Apple Podcasts

1hr 25mins

30 Apr 2020

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S2E5: Ayahuasca, shamanism, & the climate crisis—w/ Sophia Rokhlin, author of When Plants Dream

Reversing Climate Change

Sophia Rokhlin is the coauthor of When Plants Dream: Ayahuasca, Amazonian Shamanism and the Global Psychedelic Renaissance. She also serves as the director of the sustainable ayahuasca cultivation program at the Temple of the Way of Light, a traditional plant medicine retreat center in the Peruvian Amazon. This episode Sophia joins Ross and Alexsandra to introduce us to the traditions of shamanism and discuss the fundamentals of ayahuasca, and how ayahuasca tourism impacts indigenous communities.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/support

1hr 6mins

24 Mar 2020

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Sophia Rokhlin | Keys to the Universe

The Astral Hustle

Sophia Rokhlin is an ethnobotanist, anthropologist, speaker and author of the book When Plants Dream. In this episode, we talk about her ethnobotanical research, arising spiritualism finding balance in modern times, and what one might do with the keys to the universe. This episode is sponsored by Policygenius. Go to policygenius.com to find the best quote on life insurance! Now Is the Way is now available. Check the audiobook, hardcover, and kindle here! BINAURAL BEATS FOR DEEP WORK, GUIDED MEDITATIONS and MEDITATION COURSE are available now! Use the code ASTRAL for 15% off! Join me on Patreon for monthly guided meditations, Q&As, binaural beats, and handwritten secret knowledge! Please rate The Astral Hustle on iTunes. It helps bring more guests you’d like to hear ★★★★★ Sign up for Fresh thoughts, meditation tips, dope books, and more. Connect with Cory: Home: http://www.cory-allen.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/heycoryallen Twitter: https://twitter.com/HeyCoryAllen Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HeyCoryAllen © CORY ALLEN 2020

1hr 7mins

10 Feb 2020

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29. Ayahuasca, Ecology & The Importance Of Responsible Cultural Exchange / Sophia Rokhlin

The Hive Podcast

This episode, I speak with Sophia Rokhlin, an author, speaker and nonprofit organiser whose work with engaged botany and ecology bridges the worlds of indigenous ecological knowledge and Western science.We discuss the popularisation of Ayahuasca, the importance of integration and harm reduction, and some of the economic, social, political, cultural and environmental impacts that Ayahuasca use is having on its societies of origin and beyond.Join in the conversation #hivepodcast, and find out more at www.nathalienahai.com/the-hive-podcast/

53mins

8 Feb 2020

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