Welcome to the Psychedelic Conversations Podcast!

Episode 88:

In this episode we discuss Chor’s background story, what brought him into this work, the difference between facilitators and shamans working with Iboga, medicine providers who haven’t gone through initiation or training, mistaking suffering for disconnection to the soul, Chor’s thoughts on healing trauma, the Bwiti tribes and traditions, the harm reduction aspect, having certain expectations or resistance when working with the medicine, all about SoulCentro and so much more!

00:00 – Fire Moment

01:23 – Introduction

01:56 – Chor’s Background

05:16 – Facilitators Vs Shamans

07:39 – The Importance Of Initiation

10:08 – Providers Without Training

15:02 – Disconnection, Not Suffering

18:54 – Thoughts On Healing Trauma

27:30 – The Bwiti Tribes And Traditions

40:36 – The Harm Reduction Aspect

46:15 – Expectations, Resistance

53:42 – SoulCentro Retreats

58:56 – Outro

About Chor: Chor is an ordained Healer (Shaman) from the BWÉTÉ tradition and has been working with IBOGA for 10 years. He is also a professional artist by way of the aerosol culture and have been for the past 30 years. He has dedicated his life to the way of the truth after receiving healing from IBOGA and reunited with his ancestry lineage and the medicine path. He’s the co-founder of SoulCentro – iboga retreats in Costa Rica.

Connect with Chor:

Website: https://soulcentro.com/

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