Episode 44 - Rachel Harris, PhD Listening to Ayahuasca This all new episode of the MAPS Podcast features an interview between Rachel Harris and host Zach Leary. Rachel's kindness, wisdom and dedication to the expansion of knowledge in Ayahuasca's potential for helping those discover their own dormant mysticism and for the treatment of PTSD. You can support the work that MAPS does by visiting maps.org to sign up for their newsletter and to make a regular donation. Psychologist Rachel Harris, PhD, has been in private practice for thirty-five years. She has received a National Institutes of Health New Investigators Award, published more than forty scientific studies in peer-reviewed journals, and worked as a psychological consultant to Fortune 500 companies. She is author of the book 'Listening to Ayahuasca - New Hope for Depression, Addition, PTSD and Anxiety'.
New World Leadership with Rachel Harris and Kathleen DiBenedetto
Top Shelf Integrity
Rachel Harris is the Vice President of On-Premise at Beam Suntory, and she is joined by Kathleen DiBenedetto, the Senior Director of Seed Brands. Today, Rachel and Kathleen unpack how Beam Suntory approached the pandemic and activities they did throughout the year to support their trade partners and community. Learn how they put into action their saying, “come as a friend, leave as a family” and why the focus of Beam Suntory is always on the value of the individual. You’ll also hear stories from past generations, like how Jim Beam overcame adversity and took care of his employees during prohibition.Today on Top Shelf Integrity:What sets Beam Suntory apart in their leadership stylePrograms that were created to support trade partners during the pandemic, like Shift-Meals-To-GoCore values of Beam Suntory: the emphasis that people are familyWays Beam Suntory focuses on their customers' success & invests in their peopleVirtual trainings and tastings around crafting cocktailsSharing stories from past generations and learning from mistakes Follow Beam Suntory:Instagram: @beamsuntory Website: beamsuntory.comThis show is produced by Soulfire Productions
Rooted Spirit - How Mother Earth Supports and Nurtures our Intuition with Rachel Harris
BlissLife with Akasha
Rooted Spirit - How Mother Earth Supports and Nurtures our Intuition with Rachel HarrisRachel, an international intuitive teacher and healer of many modalities is going to share about "Rooted Spirit - How Mother Earth Supports and Nurtures your Intuition"! Rachel works with energy, distance, intuitive, Goddess, Angelic, sound, past life, and hands-on healing. She is the founder and tutor of Priestess/Priest of Mother Earth training and the online Rooted Spirit course through the Glastonbury Goddess Temple.She will share the wheel of Mother Earth and how Mother Earth helps with our intuition, grounding and rooting us. This is important to be able to sense, trust and follow your intuition and learn how the different seasons help you in different ways. Rachel gave us a chart we will see to go deeper into this!Spring is the sacred fire of Mother Earth and is all about the fire of creativity and the power of our mind (claircognizance) to create our soul’s desires and purpose. Summer solstice is aligned with the sacred waters and it’s all about the heart and emotions and your clairsentience. Autumn is about the body and your clairsentience (feelings/emotions) and the body sensations... you can see how fun this will be!Get Rachel Harris' free gifts and more at: nanakasha.com/blisslifeglobalhealingshop.nanakasha.comshop.nanakasha.com/product/angels-of-abundanceNanAkasha.comInfinityLightWeaving.comLightBodySchool.comBlissLifeRetreats.comSUBSCRIBEPodcast Feed | How To Subscribe
https://www.patreon.com/user?u=31723331 What is the condition of Uyghur Muslims in China? Professor Rachel Harris is a lecturer at SOAS university where she specialises in the department of Music, school of Arts. Her research is centred on China and Central Asia, especially on the Uyghurs. In this episode Rachel shares with us her experience with Uyghur Muslims during her fieldwork in Xinjiang. Rachel sheds light on the spiritual rituals performed by the Uyghurs which have affected her emotionally. A very close bond was built with the Uyghurs during her stay. We also delved into the oppression that Uyghurs face today. The discussion took an objective stance with host Hussain Ayed, as many factors were put into place. For example, the reports of thousands of Uyghurs joining ISIS in Iraq and Syria certainly played a role on the current stance of the Chinese government. Nonetheless, millions are not responsible for the actions of a few thousand. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL to get the latest and most fascinating research!!! Get the latest episodes and videos on www.theknowshow.net The Know Show Podcast makes the most important research accessible to everyone. Join us today and be part of the research revolution. Follow Us On Social Media: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/theknowshowpod/ Twitter https://www.instagram.com/theknowshowpod/
The Emptiness Lab Ep. 13: Dr. Rachel Harris - Ayahuasca, Movement & Psychotherapy
Primal Movers Podcast
Psychologist Rachel Harris, PhD is the author of Listening to Ayahuasca: New Hope for Depression, Addiction, PTSD and Anxiety. She was in private practice for thirty-five years working with people interested in psychospiritual development. During a decade working in research, Rachel received a National Institutes of Health New Investigator’s Award and published more than forty scientific studies in peer-reviewed journals. She has also consulted to Fortune 500 companies and the United Nations.Rachel was in the 1968 Esalen Residential Program, Big Sur, CA. This intensive six-month program focused on meditation and body work. In the early seventies, Rachel studied with Dorothy Nolte in the movement system, Structural Awareness, based on Dr. Ida Rolf’s Structural Integration (Rolfing). Rachel also co-edited the Journal of the American Dance Therapy Association for three years. Awareness of how people live and move in their bodies has always been an aspect of Rachel’s approach to psychotherapy.During the mid-eighties into the early aughts, Rachel led workshops at Omega Institute, NY and Esalen Institute, CA. She wrote Twenty Minute Retreats: Revive Your Spirit in Just Minutes a Day with Simple, Self-Led Practices (NY: Holt, 2000). This book describes many of the psychological, meditative and body awareness exercises she taught in her workshops.In 2005 Rachel traveled to a retreat center in Costa Rica and serendipitously found herself with the opportunity to drink ayahuasca with Ecuadorian shamans. The morning after her first ceremony, Rachel began asking questions about the therapeutic potential of this medicine. She conducted a three-year research project with Lee Gurel, PhD that resulted in “A Study of Ayahuasca Use in North America,” published in the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs (Summer, 2012).In this podcast, Rachel shares some of her earliest stories from Esalen, her approach to somatic practice and psychotherapy, and of course, her research and experience with Ayahuasca. What a lovely lady and how much DJ & I enjoyed this conversation! Publications: Listening to Ayahuasca: New Hope for Depression, Addiction, PTSD and AnxietyIntro music: https://www.akirathedon.com/Outro music: Luwaks: Below Horizon - Epidemic SoundDJs Podcast: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/...Listen and support the Primal Movers Podcast on the usual platformshttps://www.buzzsprout.com/276060/Primal Movers YouTube channel - Video episodeshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6U50aWNy1GikYV0NLm6nBASupport this podcast with some PayPal energy:https://www.paypal.me/TomMountjoySupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/TomMountjoy)
In this episode Rachel and I continue the discussion of the many wonders of ayahuasca and specifically how it has the potential to facilitate healing of the heart. To learn more about this episode please visit: https://www.interviewswithinnocence.com/blog/47
Dr. Rachel Harris, Author of "Listening to Ayahuasca" Joins Kevin Youkilis on this Mind Bending Episode of The GGOH Podcast
Greek God of Hops Podcast
Psychologist Rachel Harris, PhD is the author of Listening to Ayahuasca: New Hope for Depression, Addiction, PTSD and Anxiety. She was in private practice for thirty-five years working with people interested in psychospiritual development. During a decade working in research, Rachel received a National Institutes of Health New Investigator’s Award and published more than forty scientific studies in peer-reviewed journals. She has also consulted to Fortune 500 companies and the United Nations.In 2005 Rachel traveled to a retreat center in Costa Rica and serendipitously found herself with the opportunity to drink ayahuasca with Ecuadorian shamans. The morning after her first ceremony, Rachel began asking questions about the therapeutic potential of this medicine. She conducted a three-year research project with Lee Gurel, PhD that resulted in “A Study of Ayahuasca Use in North America,” published in the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs (Summer, 2012).
A BuildHer Building Tale with Rachel Harris - Adopter of Passive Solar Principles
Building With BuildHer
There are so many great reasons to be involved in the BuildHer Collective. Building can be a stressful and somewhat lonely journey but with a group of passionate and collaborative women supporting you all the way through, the building journey becomes so much more fun. In this episode, Rebeka visits one of our very stylish and thoughtful BuildHer’s, Rachel Harris, to talk about the recent renovation of her beautiful family home in Preston. Purchasing the Calafornian bungalow a number of years ago while living interstate, Rachel and her husband knew there was a lot of work to be done but instead of rushing ahead, they took their time to carefully research and be thoughtful throughout the design phase. Rebeka talks to Rachel in detail about the extension to the back of her house, specifically how she implemented passive solar principals such as cross ventilation, heat pumps, a solar chimney and so much more. By incorporating these design features into the build, Rachel’s home is not only comfortable all year round, but also oozes a thoughtfulness which resonates in each space. Building and renovation takes time and it can be tempting to cut corners or just take the easy road to get the job done. What Rachel did so well and we are so proud to see, is that she was thoughtful in the design process to determine the values of her family. By doing this and taking a bit more time in the design phase, she created a beautiful energy efficient home with well designed spaces that capture sunlight and make you want to linger a little longer. Rachel’s thoughtfulness is tangible in every aspect of the design. Tune in to hear more about how Rachel incorporated passive solar principals into her build and how you could do it too! LINKS: Website: https://buildhercollective.com.au/ Instagram: @buildhercollective Register for a call: https://go.oncehub.com/BuildHer
Discovering The Mysteries Of Ayahuasca – Traditional Medicine For Mind Healing With Rachel Harris
The Golden Vine
There are a lot of things in healing that we still have to learn about, especially when it comes to healing the mind. A lot of research is going on to get to the root of people’s positive experiences with a medicine called ayahuasca – a blend of different psychoactive plants claimed to have a host of positive effects on the mind. Today, joining Corin Grillo is Dr. Rachel Harris, a psychologist and the author of Listening to Ayahuasca, who shares the interesting findings of her research on people’s experiences with the medicine. The healing potential of ayahuasca for various psychological problems is a subject of numerous studies that continues to this day. This is a significant inroad into discovering the intersections between conventional and alternative practices in mental health.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Golden Vine community today:coringrillo.comFacebookInstagram
On this episode, Laura interviews author, therapist, and researcher, Rachel Harris. Rachel is the author of the book Listening to Ayahuasca: New Hope for Depression, Addiction, PTSD and Anxiety. This book offers a comprehensive look at the psychotropic tea used for thousands of years by indigenous peoples of the Amazon. Rachel draws upon her own personal experiences with ayahuasca, the experience of others, as well as her research on the use of ayahuasca in North America, which is the largest study of its kind. Rachel has written several books and was in private practice for thirty five years working with people interested in psychospiritual development. During a decade working in research, Rachel received a National Institutes of Health New Investigator’s Award and published more than forty scientific studies in peer-reviewed journals. She has also consulted to Fortune 500 companies and the United Nations. To learn more about Rachel, visit listeningtoayahuasca.com. Our featured musical artist today is the very talented cellist and singer-songwriter, Mia Pixley. We are featuring music from her album, Inside Out. Visit miapixley.com to hear more.