Psychedelic comedian, Shane Mauss, joins us on the show with Eric Osborne, Founder of MycoMeditations to talk about all things mushroom related, but also about an upcoming mushroom retreat in Jamaica (November 26th to December 5th).
- Legal mushroom retreats in Jamaica.
- Shane Mauss’s experiences with psychedelics and mushrooms.
- The difference of integrating ayahuasca vs. psilocybin
- Shane’s story about receiving help after a trip that was too good.
- Shane’s psychedelic comedy tour/work
- Mystical states/experiences
- Schedule/outline of the Jamaica retreat
Listen to our interview with Eric Osborne here.
Shane Mauss – Show Notes/Links
- Shane Mauss
- Mystical Experience Questionnaire
About Shane Mauss
Originally from Wisconsin, Shane Mauss caught his first break when he was awarded ‘Best Stand-Up” at The HBO US Comedy Arts Festival in 2007. This led to his TV debut and first of five appearances on Conan.
Since that time he’s been on Jimmy Kimmel, Showtime, has had a Comedy Central Presents, a Netflix special ‘Mating Season’, and most recently released album inspired by breaking both of his feet in a hiking mishap called ‘My Big Break’ which spent time at #1 on the comedy iTunes charts.
Shane has also been getting a lot of attention as a popular guest on podcasts such as You Made It Weird, Bertcast, WTF, Duncan Trussell’s Family Hour, TOFOP, Crabfeast, Never Not Funny, Keith and The Girl and last year he started traveling around the country interviewing scientists about the meanings of life for his own podcast “Here We Are” which has a 5 star rating on iTunes.
About Eric Osborne, M.Ed.
A professional educator for seven years, Eric opened a gourmet mushroom farm Magnificent Mushrooms in Indiana in 2009 that has now become the Magnificent Mushrooms Podcast. He is also the first State recognized Wild Mushroom Expert in Indiana.
Eric is coordinator and guide of MycoMeditations, a psilocybin retreat center in Treasure Beach, Jamaica. Eric was motivated to organize PLEDG, as an advocacy group for therapeutic applications of psychedelic plants and to raise public awareness to the unsubstantiated scheduling of psychedelics and of their therapeutic benefits.’