Keith Fiveson, MDiv, PATP interviewed me for his podcast, The Mindfulness Experience. We had a wide-ranging conversation on why and how psychedelic care is so important for people faced with a terminal diagnosis, the research and real-world applications demonstrating its healing potential, why control and surrender are both important to the process, psychedelic journeys and chemo sessions, and how end-of-life doulas, hospice chaplains, palliative and hospice care medical professionals, and psychotherapists all play an important role in EoL psychedelic care. The short intro is attached and the link to the full podcast is below.
Meditation has been practiced for thousands of years and is known to provide numerous benefits to those who regularly practice it. It is a technique that involves training the mind to focus on the present moment, letting go of distractions, and developing a sense of inner peace. The practice of meditation has gained increasing popularity in recent times, with many people turning to it for its benefits in reducing stress and improving overall well-being.