Shane LeMaster joins us again to talk about his work with veterans, enhancing human performance and traditional use of peyote. If you haven’t listened to part one, check that out first here.
- Warriorship and Shambhala
- Micro-dosing as it would apply to sports performance research
- Flow states
- Eckhart Tolle
- Microdosing at JuJitsu competitions
- High or standard dose psychedelic use at NASA
- The difference between microdosing and normal dosages
- Shane’s own practice
- JuJitsu for healing trauma
- Vets only JuJitsu class
- Where is trauma stored
- Insights on Peyote Integration
- Shane’s Site – Mind OPS
- Shambhala: The Sacred Path of the Warrior
- On Combat, The Psychology and Physiology of Deadly Conflict in War and in Peace
- On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society
- The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment
- The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World
About Shane LeMaster, B.A., M.A., LAC, CC-AASP
Bio from Mind-OPS
Shane earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO, completed extensive coursework towards a Master of Arts Degree in Sport & Performance Psychology at the University of Denver, and earned his Master of Arts Degree in Sport & Exercise Psychology from Argosy University.
Shane is nationally certified as a Sport Psychology Consultant and a licensed mental health clinician in the state of Colorado. Having worked in community non-profit mental health since 2008, Shane has gained experience working with the entire spectrum of mental disorders and with all populations and age groups. Shane plans on attending a Ph.D program in Counseling Psychology where his interest in Resiliency, Mental Toughness, and Mindfulness Training Program Development can be explored and further developed.
He is a life-long athlete having competed at various levels in more than a dozen different sports. Because of his passion for warrior cultures of past and present, Shane has been ardently developing his own “Warriorship,” training in various forms of Martial Arts for 25 years. Shane feels that the self-discipline, the philosophy of non-violence, the innumerable mental and physical benefits, and the enjoyment that he gains from the Martial Arts is what helped drive his passion in the field of Psychology.
His personal interest in Eastern Philosophy stems from his adoption of a Buddhist lifestyle and blends well with his training in Western Psychological Science. Clients describe Shane as an out-of-the-box clinician that is easy to get along with, knowledgeable on a variety of topics, credible with lived experience, and as having the ability to make therapy fun and interesting.