Podcast 092 – “Lone Pine Stories” (Part 3)


Guest speaker: Myron Stolaroff


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Myron Stolaroff and Lorenzo Hagerty  02:29 Myron Stolarofftalks about writing “The Secret Chief”, a biography of Leo Zeff.

06:06Lorenzodescribes Dr. Michael Mitthoefer’s research where he is using MDMA to treat victims of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

12:52 Myron tells how he strikes up conversations about psychedelics with strangers he meets while traveling.

18:00 Myron: “The DEA, they’ve been the toughest ones. To a man they’re really refuting these things with all the power that they have, and they’re not interested in learning anything about them. They’re not interested in learning if anything [positive] is possible.”

25:31 Myron: “Even though it’s painful, you’re much better off, if you’re willing to experience the pain, be with it and let it go, because once it breaks through and is gone you’re at a whole new level.”

30:51 Myron“And so you try to pretend that it’s [pain] not there, but it is there. And as long as it’s there it’s going to control you.”Near Myron Stolaroff's home

35:32 Myron: “I used the phrase ‘worked on that’, and the working is not really struggling and trying to make things happen. It isn’t that at all. What it is is learning to just be still, to just let everything go, just absolutely be still and let our hearts open.”

54:43 Myron tells about instigating, along with Al Hubbard, the meeting between Alan Watts and Timothy Leary.

Myron Stolaroff listening to his first podcast58:31 Myron (in a conversation with Timothy Leary)“I don’t have it in my heart to tell you not to do what you’re doing, but, really, what you’re doing isn’t going in the right direction.”


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The Secret Chief Revealed by Myron Stolaroff “The
Secret Chief Revealed”

by Myron Stolaroff

Thanatos To Eros by Myron Stolaroff “Thantos
To Eros”
by Myron Stolaroff

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One Comment

  1. It has been many years now since you have posted these recordings of Myron (podcasts 83 & 84 too), but I just heard it for the first time this week. These recordings project Myron as such a wonderful, loving, and genuine person. Thank you so much for these recordings, they are some the most intimate and special recordings of all the salon podcasts!

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