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Set & Setting: Trailer

Amber's tried all kinds of antidepressants. Without much luck. So what do you do when antidepressants don't work?

When you think about accessible healthcare… this probably isn’t what comes to mind.

The music used in this  trailer (and the theme music for every episode) is “run your little heart out” by Krackatoa.

Set & Setting: Part I

Social and academic pressure to fit in with her peers leads Amber to drop out of college. Using psychedelics, Amber experiences a newfound connection with the world around her, and a new respect for herself. But when she ends up without a place to live, Amber, she realizes she may not have enough control over her surroundings to use these powerful substances. 

Thank you to:

“Amber” for sharing so much of your story! 

Dr. Chris Stauffer and OHSU for their in-depth and thoughtful lecture on psilocybin.

 

You can see Dr. Stauffer’s full lecture here.

Here’s the interview Rick Doblin did with Psych about psychedelic commerce.

Here’s the ABC News Special featuring Maria Sabina and Robert Gordon Wasson. 

 

The music used in these episodes was generously shared under Creative Commons licenses. Here’s a list of the songs in order of how you heard them:

Bio Unit - Heaven

Krackatoa - run your little heart out 

Ketsa - Motion Forward

Lobo Loco - Old River Boat

Origami Repetika - Your Paradigm Dial

Nick Kuepfer - Rattle

Crowander - Into a Dream

Thomas Mudrick - April 2017 - Live at KBOO

Llamame La Muerte - Breathing, Peace, Enlightenment

Krackatoa - run your little heart out 

If you or someone you know is suicidal, you can find help from the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK or the Crisis Text Line (text “HOME” to 741741). Both services are free and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 

If you are looking for free, confidential peer support during or after a psychedelic experience, please contact Fireside Project by calling or texting 6-2FIRESIDE (623-473-7433).

 

MAPS’ Psychedelic Integration List is a list of mental health practitioners who help support people to integrate past psychedelic experiences.

Set & Setting: Part II

Amber tries using psychedelics alone in a motel room and things don’t go as planned. Research continues to  suggest that psychedelics are a valuable mental health tool, which prompts a patent land-grab by pharmaceutical companies interested in owning their own piece of psychedelic intellectual property.

Thank you to:

“Amber” for sharing so much of your story! 

Graham Pechenik and Psilocybin Alpha

David Casimir and Porta Sophia

 

If you’ve got the time, you can listen to the full (8 hour!!) lecture Our Cyberspiritual Future that Terence McKenna gave at Esalen Institute in 1997. 

 

The music used in these episodes was generously shared under Creative Commons licenses. Here’s a list of the songs in order of how you heard them:

Ketsa - The Duel

Krackatoa - run your little heart out 

Tri-Tachyon - Little Lily Swing

Crowander - Into a Dream

Checkie Brown - Disinfect Ourselves

Ketsa - New Soul

Bio Unit - Float

Krackatoa - run your little heart out 

 

If you or someone you know is suicidal, you can find help from the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK or the Crisis Text Line (text “HOME” to 741741). Both services are free and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 

If you are looking for free, confidential peer support during or after a psychedelic experience, please contact Fireside Project by calling or texting 6-2FIRESIDE (623-473-7433).

 

MAPS’ Psychedelic Integration List is a list of mental health practitioners who help support people to integrate past psychedelic experiences.

Set & Setting: Part III

After a traumatic event in her life, Amber is determined to get effective mental healthcare, but she struggles to find medicine that works for her. Psilocybin and other psychedelics get closer to FDA approval, but medicalization isn’t the goal for everyone. Amber finds a safe set and setting to use psychedelics for healing and enjoyment.

Thank you to:

“Amber” for sharing so much of your story! 

Rebecca Martinez - Listen to more from Rebecca on the Fruiting Bodies Collective podcast!

Charleen Justice and MAPS

David Casimir and Porta Sophia

 

Watch the whole interview with Lars Wilder from Compass here.

 

The music used in this episode was generously shared under Creative Commons licenses. Here’s a list of the songs in order of how you heard them:

Bio Unit - Beam

Krackatoa - run your little heart out 

Ketsa - Thinking Free

Llamame La Muerte - Where Sun is Spreading Shadow

Bio Unit - Heaven

Scanglobe - Ebb & Flow remix

Tri-Tachyon - Kleptotonic Swing

Ketsa - New Soul

Ketsa - Sun and Prosper

Krackatoa - run your little heart out 

If you or someone you know is suicidal, you can find help from the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK or the Crisis Text Line (text “HOME” to 741741). Both services are free and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 

If you are looking for free, confidential peer support during or after a psychedelic experience, please contact Fireside Project by calling or texting 6-2FIRESIDE (623-473-7433).

 

MAPS’ Psychedelic Integration List is a list of mental health practitioners who help support people to integrate past psychedelic experiences.