Kyle and Joe were recently featured on the Ascended Minds Podcast to talk about Psychedelics Today, breathwork, harm reduction, and more! Check it out
Kyle and Joe join Mike Brancatelli on his podcast, Mikeadelic, to chat about Transpersonal Breathwork, spiritual emergence, psychedelic integration, and much more.
This was a fun one! and very informative as well. Kyle and Joe, Hosts of Psychedelics Today came on to chat about The state of psychedelics today, what they learned in 2017, and their projects that include an online course, a mushroom event in Jamaica and much more. We talk a lot about some serious issues for psychedelic beginners and experienced psychonauts (like, hey, anyone up for a week-long DMT trip?) – You don’t wanna miss this one.
Kyle was featured on the Psilly Rabbits podcast hosted by
Check the episode out here: Kyle on Psilly Rabbits
About the episode:
This week Cody is joined by the co-host of Psychedelics Today Podcast, Kyle Buller. Kyle and his talented partner Joe Moore, just launched a new online course Navigating Psychedelics, Lessons on Self-Care and Integration. We of course discuss psychedelics, as well as NDE’s, holotropic breathwork, Stanislov Grof, shamanism, integration, and much, much more.
Psilly Rabbits are endemic to the Pacific Northwest. Psilly Rabbits discuss philosophical and experiential topics from an interdisciplinary approach, often interviewing professionals and specialists in many different fields of expertise. From Alchemy to Zen, Ethnobotany to Aliens, and History to Myth; we always come back to altered states and the nature of consciousness. Sustainability is another important factor in the life of the psilly rabbit. Every episode will be heavily referenced when appropriate, and you can check out our reference page for links to any books mentioned here or just plain important according to these podcasters.
Amanda is a student of History, Philosophy, and Religion. They are graduating this spring and are interested in mycology, ethnobotany, chickens, water, and worms.
Cody is a permaculture designer, history buff, LDS survivor, and amateur mycologist. He is interested in researching ancient, esoteric, and lost practices in hopes that such knowledge can help lead humankind towards a more sustainable and healthy future for generations to come.