A free flowing conversation about everything from culture, travel, psychedelics, spirituality, conspiracy theories, and whatever falls between with Dakota Wint.
Making Lynching a Hate Crime is Meaningless (Emmett Till AntiLynching Act)
Maybe my distrust to the government is irrational, but allow me to express why I think this is political pandering and emotional manipulation from the democratic party of President Joe Biden.
What is the definition of a woman? Can a man be a woman?
What is the definition of a woman? I asked this question on social media and was interesting to see everybody's answers!
Psychedelics and Psychic Powers in Hinduism
Reading some purports of the 2000 year old Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. The foundation and knowledge of Yoga and Hinduism. I thought it was interesting to see Psychic Powers and Psychedelics being mentioned here. Makes sense why Datura is offered to Shiva even today! A Place For Humans podcast episode 56
Psychedelics Don’t Work on Stupid People
"Psychedelics Don't Work on Stupid People" - Terence McKenna
Smoke DMT to Experience Your Funeral
Dakota talks about smoking 5MEO DMT and how it felt like he died.
Stop Calling Psychedelics ’Plant Medicine’
Complaining about nothing important
Love the podcast love Dakota
Interesting topics for those on a journey of spirituality. I’m lost and searching for something. I don’t know what it is but I do know Dakota of earth’s A Place For Humans podcast has found me and has helped me on my journey. Thank you Dakota. Much Love, Mito
What I listen to before work.
Love this podcast so much.I love all talks of consciousness , meditation, etc..Check out his YouTube Chanel he’s so informative and has the best vlogs where he visits different places. I’ll have my AirPods in listening to this podcast & always makes me laugh or say “omg so true.” My favorite❤️this is definitely a place for humans❤️❤️ stay weird. Thank u Dakota for being on this earth and sharing your journeys with us.
this man is epic... every word that pours out of his mouth rings with truth. so grateful i found dakota