Dr. Alberto Villoldo is a Medical Anthropologist, researcher, and student of the shamanic healing practices of the Amazon and Andes for over 25 years. He is the founder of the Four Winds Society, an organization dedicated to the bridging of ancient shamanic traditions with modern medicine and psychology. He joins Ronan to talk about his study of medicine, shamanism, mysticism, brain science and how they all connect to recent developments in psychedelic research.
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