Welcome to the Psychedelic Conversations Podcast!
In this episode, we deep dive into Belinda’s story and how she came into the healing arts, indigenous roots of the psychedelic movement, medicinal use of traditional plant medicines, critical importance of integrating psychedelics into mainstream, concerns and ethical use, dangers of misuse, Belinda’s experience with MDMA assisted therapy, her mission to use her skills to help people of color through trauma healing, having a sacred relationship with plant medicines and not viewing them as psychedelic re-creational drugs. We also covered the history of Peyote, how we’re all connected to mother nature, Belinda’s thoughts on spiritual narcissism and the ego vs the soul, benefits of the grieving process, understanding the physical + mental risks of plant medicines if not used properly, Kyle Ortigo’s book: “Beyond the Narrow Life: A Guide for Psychedelic Integration and Existential Exploration”, researching the origins and purposes of each individual plant medicine before taking them, and so much more.
Beyond the Narrow Life: A Guide for Psychedelic Integration and Existential Exploration
Belinda’s impactful speech on Intergenerational Trauma: Native American’s Inherited Legacy for MAPS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFeos…
Belinda is of Dine’ (Navajo) and A:shiwi (Pueblo of Zuni) descent, residing in Arizona. She is the wisdom carrier, healer, and founder of Kaalogii LLC. Belinda holds degrees in Health Sciences, Technology, and Public Health. In addition, Belinda has participated in the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, MDMA People of Color Therapy Training Program. She is an international speaker on issues that impact Native Americans in the United States.
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