4 episodes

Minority Trip Report is a podcast for under represented views and life journeys with mental health, psychedelics, and consciousness.

Minority Trip Report Raad Seraj

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 12 Ratings

Minority Trip Report is a podcast for under represented views and life journeys with mental health, psychedelics, and consciousness.

    1_4 Chubbicorn80: Intergenerational Trauma, Pivoting the Self, and The New Internet

    1_4 Chubbicorn80: Intergenerational Trauma, Pivoting the Self, and The New Internet

    Today my guest is a wonderful human who goes by the persona, Chubbicorn80 on Twitter. Chubbicorn80 works at the intersection of mental health and Web3. He's been working deeply on himself through talk therapy and a number of trauma therapy practices over the last couple of years. He hopes to go deep into web3 one day and bring healing practices to this space.

    You can find more about Chubbicorn80 and his work here: https://twitter.com/chubbicorn80
    If this episode sparked something within, please leave us a rating and review.
    Follow MTR:

    website: https://www.minoritytrip.com

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoritytrip

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/minoritytrip
    Support the show

    • 52 min
    1_3 Javid Jah: Grafitti, Hip-Hop, and Islamic Mysticism

    1_3 Javid Jah: Grafitti, Hip-Hop, and Islamic Mysticism

    Today's guest is Javid Jah. With a background in public art and an education in architecture, Javid Jah’s practice explores the traditional origins of sacred geometry. He works in multiple disciplines to produce work that is site-specific, spatial and symbolically aligned to cosmic archetypes. Based in Toronto, Canada, his work integrates various techniques from the Islamic arts, including calligraphy, geometric pattern and traditional architectural forms such as Muqarnas. He is inspired by the study of cosmology, exploring how to create experiences that express the unseen dimensions of existence.
    You can find more about Javid and his work here: @javid_jah
    If this episode sparked something within, please leave us a rating and review.
    Follow MTR:

    website: https://www.minoritytrip.com

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoritytrip

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/minoritytrip
    Support the show

    • 54 min
    1_2 Raad Ahmed: Art, Rebellion, and Resolve in Building a Tech Startup

    1_2 Raad Ahmed: Art, Rebellion, and Resolve in Building a Tech Startup

    Welcome to the second episode of Minority Trip Report - thank you so much for listening!

    Raad Ahmed is the Founder and CEO of Lawtrades as well as an angel investor, writer, and musician. In 2011, Raad started myfbcoverphoto, one of the first apps in the Facebook app store that grew to over 30 million hits per month, while attending law school. In 2015, he got into the 500 Global Flagship Accelerator Program and launched Lawtrades, one of the first marketplaces for legal services that made it easy for big companies to hire legal freelancers. The company has gone on to raise $9.7m in total funding and freelancers earn millions on the platform every year. In 2019, he started publishing a newsletter called Spacecult. Raad is originally from Queens, NY and a graduate from the University at Buffalo Law School.

    You can follow Raad Ahmed and his work here: https://twitter.com/R44D and https://www.instagram.com/r44d/

    If this episode sparked something within, please leave us a rating and review.
    Follow MTR:

    website: https://www.minoritytrip.com

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoritytrip

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/minoritytrip



    Support the show

    • 52 min
    1_1 Kim Haxton: Indigeneity, Power of Listening, and Holding the Paradox

    1_1 Kim Haxton: Indigeneity, Power of Listening, and Holding the Paradox

    Today's guest is Kim Haxton (Potowatomi) from the Wasauksing First Nation in Ontario. She takes her place among thought leaders in the area of decolonization, particularly as it applies to language, art, economics and gender. She encourages the “lateral liberation” of consciousness by drawing from the embodied knowledge of Indigenous peoples. In multi-day workshops, Kim moves people through a personal process of questioning what is the truth and what is simply constructed – effectively rupturing what we “know.” True expression of respect, harmony, inclusion, equity can come from this place.

    You can find more about Kim and her work here: https://indigeneyez.com/kim 

    If this episode sparked something within, please leave us a rating and review.
    Follow MTR:

    website: https://www.minoritytrip.com

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoritytrip

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/minoritytrip



    Support the show

    • 55 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Anichauhan ,

A new, rare and thoughtful take on an age old practice

This podcast is a refreshing listen! Raad delves deep into the unknown, bringing light to areas of psychedelics that need to be redefined, or in some cases, defined at all, given that despite how age old psychedelics are, the space is still new and emerging.

As a POC, this podcast does a great job at weaving together spiritualism and art, human potential and diversity. Raad takes a balanced approach, drawing out great conversation from his diverse guests. It's definitely worth a listen!

cocopixiegirl ,

Rare gem of an intersection between psychedelics, consciousness + the minority perspective

Loving this new podcast. Psychedelics, consciousness, and the voices and stories of minorities amplified… this podcast hits me right in the soul. The host navigates these topics with depth and heart, and the guests he brings on are all creating such beautiful things. If you’re looking to think, feel, be uplifted and inspired— this is it.

AFrankG ,

Authentic and needed conversations here

Check out the Minority Trip Report podcast! Raad Seraj and his guests weave between conversations about life stories, consciousness, and psychedelics. Really dug the authentic and underrepresented voices being platformed on MTR.

Make sure to check out #3 with Javid Jah!

You Might Also Like