Podcast 679 – The Psilocybin Connection


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Guest speaker: Jahan Khamsehzadeh


Today’s podcast features a conversation with author Jahan Khamsehzadeh, whose recent book, The Psilocybin Connection, is a significant addition to our understanding of how psychedelic substances have aided humans throughout history and how they continue to do so.

The book’s publisher says that it is, “A comprehensive guide to psilocybin mushrooms and their impact on our psychology, biology, and social development. … Blending the selected experiences of nine people’s transformative experiences, his own psychedelic awakening, and the most comprehensive synthesis of psilocybin research to date, Khamsehzadeh’s Psilocybin Connection moves our understanding of the psychedelic mushroom forward toward a fresh, hopeful, and exciting future.”

Posted in Books, Consciousness, Culture, Death, Evolution, Future, Jahan Khamsehzadeh, Live Salons, MDMA, Medicine, Psilocybin, Psychedelics, PTSD.


  1. You think that your sense of self is very stable, but I say it’s only attachment to a mode of being that is based on a false notion; it’s good to understand [an example of the rational world, that is only good for just one thing] Like a taxi is a great way to move around, but a trip in a moving vehicle is hardly the fabric and nature of reality.

    Layer of confidence
    Storage area
    I really don’t know yet

    What kind of special priviledge do you think
    You just achieved, that
    Your obligation to help ended?

    [Have we moved closer to an undescribable level of our every-day world] And so what does it help to painstakingly put a huge effort in that department? Wasn’t it all about art anyway?

  2. Start downloading people I heard Big L has a big flu.
    😀 And now is the time to post your own thing on this wonder-wall.

  3. Greetings from Quebec, Canada!

    This book is a great amalgamation of current research, presented in a professional and concise manner. It’s great to see that time, effort, and money are being put towards furthering our understanding of mushrooms, but I want to see more studies done on microdosing in specific.

    Kudos to you Mr. Khamsehzadeh, and thank you Lorenzo for bringing him on

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