How many people are stuck in the throes of their trauma, or quagmired in some Western medical drama? Too many for any compassionate soul to bear. Dr. Dan Engle is one of those compassionate souls who has dedicated his life to the art of healing through full spectrum, soul centered medicine. While his background is as a clinical psychiatrist, he has found himself walking the deep shamanic wisdom traditions and now carries a medicine bag more robust than any person I have ever encountered. Over the last dozen years we have supported each other in traversing the most interesting territories of the heart and soul, and unequivocally this conversation was our finest. In giving us a glimpse of the inspiring future of medicine, Dan shares exactly how trauma is being healed with MDMA assisted psychotherapy. He also offers his powerful perspective on taking radical responsibility for our lives, and illuminates some blind spots in both psychiatry and spiritual communities. If you want to dive deeper, check out his new book, A Dose Of Hope.
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