The Simulation show with Alen Saakyan is rebirthing the public intellectual and inspiring YOU to build the future through our multidisciplinary daily show and live events series. Rak & Allen discuss 5-MeO-DMT, ego loss, consciousness, oneness, and much more. Go deep!
Conscious Entrepreneur and thought leader Jeffery Slayter hosts an episode with an amazing writer, producer, documentary filmmaker who has done incredible work and has garnered a vast experience with not just Ayahuasca, but with other sacred healing practices as well – Rak Razam. Rak is the man behind the book and the film “Aya Awakenings – Shamanic Odyssey”, and today we both get the opportunity to share with you what’s happening now in the world of sacred plant medicines and how we can better appreciate their impact on this planet.
Streamed live on 10 Apr 2016
The last and possibly the craziest episode in Series 1 with guest – DMT & ayahuasca Rock Star – Rak Razam! Rak spills the jumping beans on 5-MeO-DMT, and also smokes it for us in the jungle during his appearance on the bridge during this timetravel episode, which includes the upscaled rendering of his 5-MeO-DMT experiment in the Amazon.
So, more or less, it’s been ten years since Rak Razam blazed a path as one of the world’s premier ‘experiential’ journalists. he was goaded into action by the 100th birthday symposium for Albert Hofmann hosted Jan 13-16th 2006 in Basel Switzerland, and reported on the event and the culture around it for The Age, the Australian newspapers, Australian Penthouse, High Times and Undergrowth. Here’s a link to the best of the gonzo reporting. My how time flies when you’re transforming consciousness!
Rak Razam, Niles Heckman and Dave Anahata on natural Earth medicines, alchemical intention, meditative practices, video game realities, time management, shamanic facilitation, marriages of souls, and Boys Own Adventures to Mexico. A random road trip into hyperspace with stream of consciousness autopoetic lapis lazuli memes from the Novelty Generators…
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Why do some #hallucinogens cause universal hallucinations? NY periodical Hopes and Fears takes a look, with answers by a wide array of commentators, including Rak Razam.
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Synopsis: While the origins of Ayahuasca use in the Amazon Basin remain lost in the mists of prehistory, La Madre came to the attention of the modern western world during the 1960’s, most notably through the work of authors William S. Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg and the Ethnobotanist/Biologist Richard Evans Schultes. Since then, La Madre has spread her tendrils well beyond the Amazon as part of a largely underground spiritual renaissance. This discussion panel will explore its global cultural impact. Panelists: Bia Labate, Alex Gearin, Rak Razam, Mudge, Katia Honour, A. Spengler & Facilitated by Steve McDonald.
A spoken word riff from shamanic explorer Rak Razam talking about his 5-MeO-DMT experience in 2006. The drop rejoins the ocean. The void is pregnant with vibrational possibility. The Source is continually broadcasting – do you have the bandwidth to listen? To remember? Underneath the play of forms, we are all One… Video compile by: James vW
Ten years ago this June experiential journalist Rak Razam took his virgin trip down to the Amazon to explore the mythic archetype of #ayahuasca and the role of the #shaman in the 21st Century, a journey which became the book Aya: Awakenings A Shamanic Odyssey, and later the critically acclaimed documentary of the same name.
In this extended audio narration you’ll hear the original reading from the book launch at Sera Phi, San Francisco on Sept 28, 2009, which later formed the sonic backbone of the film’s narration. So sit back and listen: “But what science cannot explain is the psychic effect of this “mother of all plants,” the sense of the numinous and the spiritual world it reportedly opens up. Those who drink say that each ayahuasca journey is unique. They say that the spirit of the vine comes alive, it guides and teaches, and on the other side nothing is ever the same. Or so they say.”
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