Welcome to the Psychedelic Conversations Podcast!

Episode 67:

In this episode we discuss Jonathon’s background story, the precarious nature of ayahuasca, opening up to spiritual growth, accepting that self-work and healing is a long-term process, ancient knowledge about the Sequoia tribe, understanding and respecting the lineage of each medicine, Jonathon’s current projects and so much more!

00:00 – Fire Moment
01:34 – Introduction
02:32 – Jonathon’s Background Story
27:09 – The Precarious Nature Of Ayahuasca
37:19 – What Makes Somebody Open To Spiritual Growth?
46:21 – Accepting That Self-Work/Healing Is A Slow Process
53:04 – The Reality Of The Divine Immortals
57:51 – Understanding The Lineage Of Each Medicine
1:04:50 – Jonathon’s Current Projects And Offerings
1:10:24 – Outro

About Jonathon:
Jonathon is an Ethnobotanist, facilitator and the author of Rainforest Medicine ~ Preserving Indigenous Science and Biological Diversity in the Upper Amazon. Jonathon has spent the past twenty-nine years studying rainforest plant medicine traditions. Since 1996 he has organized biannual “Rainforest Medicine Councils,” experiential workshops journeys, for “Personal, community and Planetary Renewal,” that have offered participants an intimate opportunity to meet and learn from cultural adepts, the mighty rainforest and the omnipotent plant teachers.

Connect with Jonathon:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathon.spa…
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