Field Tripping

Field Tripping

Turn on and tune into Field Tripping, a podcast about psychedelics, the people that use them and what our renewed love affair with both says about who we are and where we’re going. Join us on a journey to explore how psychedelics awaken new views on sex, science, business, fitness, life, and death in the lives of our influential and inspiring guests – one epic trip at a time. Learn more at fieldtripping.fm.... Show More

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July 28, 2020 44 min
Humble The Poet’s instinct for rhyme and rap helps him reveal to heal – and encourages others to live outside their comfort zone. Humble shares insights and mementos from a few psilocybin and ayahuasca trips, with an appreciation for the tough lessons that cleared an emotional blockage and ultimately let the love in. Today, Humble is ready to receive the rose, rather than tear it out. And his evolving view to honor love has shifted...
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Director of the hilarious and star-studded Netflix documentary ‘Have a Good Trip’, Donick Cary joins Ronan to talk psychedelics. Donick sees psychedelics as tools that tether us to human connection, and believes that exercising empathy for others will let you love yourself. Then, why humor helps us all – and what it’s like talking to a dancing armadillo on Ayahuasca. Learn more at fieldtripping.fm.
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July 14, 2020 35 min

Dr. Weil believes consciousness is the fundamental reality of the universe. Animals, plants, and even rocks are all alive with energy – and psychedelics can help us connect. Then, what it's like to pet a bumblebee – and why you should try it. Plus, Dr. Weil prescribes a dose of advice to live your best life. And we examine how the resurgence of psychedelics could be the counter-balancing factor to holistically heal – and transf...

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Director X joins Ronan to share his experience as a victim of gun violence and how meditation strategies can better ourselves – and those around us — for positive change. We explore the intersection of violence, trauma, and primal behaviour inherent to the animal kingdom to understand how psychedelics can hold the keys to empathy and healing ourselves. Learn more at fieldtripping.fm. 

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June 30, 2020 29 min

Alex Ikonn shares his experience with Ayahuasca and details how the trip opened his eyes to the world around him – and fundamentally shifted the way he understood himself. Now, he accepts that there is nothing inherently good or bad, sees that life is an emotional experience – and, most important of all, believes we all have the power to create our own reality. Learn more at fieldtripping.fm.

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June 12, 2020 1 min
Tune in and turn on to Field Tripping: Epic Trips in Psychedelics – a podcast where we chat with celebrities, entrepreneurs, artists, and doctors about some of their most epic trips on psilocybin, LSD, MDMA and more. Join self-professed metaphysical outlaw, lover of well-made tacos and co-founder of Field Trip Psychedelics, Ronan Levy, for a weekly adventure as we explore how psychedelics can shift our views on sex, science, busi...
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June 10, 2020 29 min

In our premiere episode, Ronan speaks with author Don Lattin on the renaissance of psychedelics and the nature of addiction. We’ll examine how research – instead of ideology – is leading the way to explore what the spirit of the 60s can offer us today. Then, how to deal with a ‘bad trip’. Learn more at fieldtripping.fm.

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