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The DoseNation podcast brings you news and talk about drugs, brain science, consciousness, spirituality, religion, politics, pop culture, and human behavior.

DoseNation Podcast James Kent

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    • 4.5 • 35 Ratings

The DoseNation podcast brings you news and talk about drugs, brain science, consciousness, spirituality, religion, politics, pop culture, and human behavior.

    DoseNation Aftermath 10 - Cancel Culture

    DoseNation Aftermath 10 - Cancel Culture

    James Kent, Tye Miller, and Hila discuss cancel culture, deplatforming, disinformation, and the surveillance industry.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    DoseNation Aftermath 09 - BLM Special

    DoseNation Aftermath 09 - BLM Special

    James, Hila, and Tye Miller discuss the COVID-19 lockdown, Seattle protests, the CHAZ/CHOP, Antifa, Proud Boys, police corruption, Black Lives Matter, and the racist drug war.

    • 1 hr 40 min
    DoseNation Aftermath 08 - Fixing Broken

    DoseNation Aftermath 08 - Fixing Broken

    James Kent, Hila, and Tye Miller broadcast to the beat of a tweaker's heart. Topics include psychedelic therapy, vagina candles, harm reduction, tyramine, contraindications, fainting, the quintessence, flesh of christ, therapy as a cult, party culture, and smoking crack.

    • 58 min
    DoseNation Aftermath 07 - Gen X K-hole

    DoseNation Aftermath 07 - Gen X K-hole

    Special episode featuring "Sorry for the Delay" dub remix of the DoseNation theme, plus James checks in with Machine-elf from TranceAm.org. Topics include Ketamine, John Lilly, Marcia Moore, Austin, Slacker, clothing optional hippie commune, Burning Man, the Resonator, brain machines, trance, ayahuasca, nootropics, cocaine, sensory deprivation, LSD, DMT, New York, 1990's, messiah complexes, Leary, alien ambassadors, galactic intelligence. Presented in association with TranceAm.org.

    • 1 hr 19 min
    DoseNation Aftermath 06 - Crisis Management

    DoseNation Aftermath 06 - Crisis Management

    A special pandemic episode of DoseNation featuring a new book by James Kent, a Skype call to a machine-elf, plus Hila has a difficult experience in an ayahuasca ceremony. Topics include taking too much tea, communicating while high, asking for help, trust, the lonlies, Zendo training, akward situations, cult leaders, PLUR, recovering from bad trips, limits of self exploration, fun is good, enjoying the journey, first exposure.

    Brought to you by "The Originals", a new novel by James L. Kent. Download at https://amzn.to/3b2xLJS

    • 56 min
    DoseNation Aftermath 05 - Red Flags

    DoseNation Aftermath 05 - Red Flags

    James Kent, Tye Miller, and Hila continue their conversation about warning signs of problem behavior within a community. Topics include psychosis, psychedelic status, messianic complexes, permissive gurus, yoga, psychedelic rehab, psychedelic interventions, the shamanic complex, hyper-confidence, mania, megalomania, manic depression, overnight buddhas, thoughtless trippers, love and lighters, emotional intimidation, trauma, bypassing, baba gee, Terence McKenna, creeps, recruiting followers, magical thinking, syncretic mythology, bleeding deacons, psychedelic support groups, getting naked, breathwork freakouts, getting weird as f**k, psychedelics are cool, beautiful people, the drug uniform, isolationism and ostracization.

    • 1 hr 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

Nkay666 ,

Thank you thank you thank you

Phycadelic people-this is a must listen
I’m only able to access #10 but this was a critical warning and important listen. 🙏

TrevWoody ,

Valuable show

The 10 part sorties which honestly criticizes psychedelics is definitely worth the time to listen to. Other podcasts will idolize substances without giving any of the negative information. Glad to have found his show

Drek S ,

James Kent might be my hero

The last ten is easily the most valuable content in psychedelic journalism. Game of thrones was a series I watched since it’s inception with all the books being read along the way and this series became more important to me than that ever was (with a better ending as well). James Kent thoroughly assesses each topic through years of experience with well documented research and I genuinely wish there was more. I also wish more individuals would listen and have the heart to admit the truth in the episodes if not to anyone else than themselves.

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