A Personal Ayahuasca Experience with Janice Gork

  We have another episode in our own ayahuasca journey – this time, we hear from Janice Gork, a personal friend who experienced ayahuasca.  Janice and I began this talk on the playground of all places…and she is going to share her story today.    Why she decided to embark on an ayahuasca journey How…

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We have another episode in our own ayahuasca journey – this time, we hear from Janice Gork, a personal friend who experienced ayahuasca. 


Janice and I began this talk on the playground of all places…and she is going to share her story today. 

 

  • Why she decided to embark on an ayahuasca journey
  • How ayahuasca opened Janice up to understanding herself
  • How ayahuasca differs as plant medicine 
  • What happens during an ayahuasca ceremony 

 

If you’ve wanted a deeper, closer look at ayahuasca and what happens during the ceremonies, listen all the way through this episode. 

 

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Listening to Ayahuasca with Dr. Rachel Harris (Part 2)

Psychologist Rachel Harris, PhD is the author of Listening to Ayahuasca: New Hope for Depression, Addiction, PTSD and Anxiety. She was in private practice for thirty-five years working with people interested in psychospiritual development. During a decade working in research, Rachel received a National Institutes of Health New Investigator’s Award and published more than forty…

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Psychologist Rachel Harris, PhD is the author of Listening to Ayahuasca: New Hope for Depression, Addiction, PTSD and Anxiety. She was in private practice for thirty-five years working with people interested in psychospiritual development. During a decade working in research, Rachel received a National Institutes of Health New Investigator’s Award and published more than forty scientific studies in peer-reviewed journals. She has also consulted to Fortune 500 companies and the United Nations.

In 2005 Rachel traveled to a retreat center in Costa Rica and serendipitously found herself with the opportunity to drink ayahuasca with Ecuadorian shamans. The morning after her first ceremony, Rachel began asking questions about the therapeutic potential of this medicine. She conducted a three-year research project with Lee Gurel, PhD that resulted in “A Study of Ayahuasca Use in North America,” published in the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs (Summer, 2012)

In this two part episode we discuss:

What Ayahuasca is and what it means
Who is Grandmother Ayahuasca.
Who should use Ayahuasca and what are the risks associated with it.
What mechanism in the brain allows it to work.
In what type of setting Ayahuasca should be used
The difference between real vs. helpful?
The importance of “integrating spiritual insights into behavioral change”
The default mode networks and how Ayahuasca works on those networks
How these drugs and others similar help with existential distress?

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Listening to Ayahuasca with Dr. Rachel Harris (Part 1)

Psychologist Rachel Harris, PhD is the author of Listening to Ayahuasca: New Hope for Depression, Addiction, PTSD and Anxiety. She was in private practice for thirty-five years working with people interested in psychospiritual development. During a decade working in research, Rachel received a National Institutes of Health New Investigator’s Award and published more than forty…

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Psychologist Rachel Harris, PhD is the author of Listening to Ayahuasca: New Hope for Depression, Addiction, PTSD and Anxiety. She was in private practice for thirty-five years working with people interested in psychospiritual development. During a decade working in research, Rachel received a National Institutes of Health New Investigator’s Award and published more than forty scientific studies in peer-reviewed journals. She has also consulted to Fortune 500 companies and the United Nations.

In 2005 Rachel traveled to a retreat center in Costa Rica and serendipitously found herself with the opportunity to drink ayahuasca with Ecuadorian shamans. The morning after her first ceremony, Rachel began asking questions about the therapeutic potential of this medicine. She conducted a three-year research project with Lee Gurel, PhD that resulted in “A Study of Ayahuasca Use in North America,” published in the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs (Summer, 2012)

In this two part episode we discuss:

What Ayahuasca is and what it means
Who is Grandmother Ayahuasca.
Who should use Ayahuasca and what are the risks associated with it.
What mechanism in the brain allows it to work.
In what type of setting Ayahuasca should be used
The difference between real vs. helpful?
The importance of “integrating spiritual insights into behavioral change”
The default mode networks and how Ayahuasca works on those networks
How these drugs and others similar help with existential distress?

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I SEE your pain with Julie Ryan

Psychic and Medical Intuitive Julie Ryan can sense what medical conditions and illnesses a person has and facilitate energetic healings. She can communicate with spirits both alive and dead. Julie can scan animals, access people’s past lives, and remove ghosts from homes and other buildings, and she can tell how close to death someone is. Her book Angelic Attendants:…

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Psychic and Medical Intuitive Julie Ryan can sense what medical conditions and illnesses a person has and facilitate energetic healings. She can communicate with spirits both alive and dead. Julie can scan animals, access people’s past lives, and remove ghosts from homes and other buildings, and she can tell how close to death someone is. Her book Angelic Attendants: What Really Happens As We Transition From This Life Into The Next describes a series of events that involves angels, multitudes of deceased family and friends, the spirits of deceased pets, and countless serendipitous and miraculous moments. Each week, Julie scans callers on her Ask Julie Ryan Podcast which is heard by millions in over 100 countries throughout the world. Julie is a businesswoman, an inventor, an author, a podcaster, and a serial entrepreneur. Her surgical device inventions are sold globally and she has founded nine companies in five different industries. 

In this episode I talk with Julie about: 

What it means to be a medical intuitive? 

Why someone would see out a medical intuitive?

How exactly do you see things as a medical intuitive? 

How do different illnesses show up as energy? 

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