My name is Ronan Levy, and I’d like to invite you to join me on a field trip. Tune in each week as I speak with the scientists, entrepreneurs, artists and athletes exploring the limits of the human mind. Learn how psychedelics, meditation and self-discovery practices have changed their lives and can help YOU live a happier, healthier, more inspired life.
Cops in Lab Coats | Dr. Carl Hart
On this episode of Field Tripping, Ronan is joined by Dr. Carl Hart - neuroscientist, researcher, and best-selling author of "Drug Use for Grown Ups." The two discuss opioid death examinations, psychedelic media coverage and how the definition of a psychedelic is changing. Plus, we chat about drug policy & reform in America – and how Dr. Hart is sickened that drug test kits aren't more accessible.
On Fatherhood & Psychedelics | Robbie Bent
Robbie Bent, CEO and co-founder of breathwork and wellness center Othership, joins Ronan in this emotional episode of Field Tripping. The two discuss Robbie’s evolution from backyard breathing sessions to owning a brick and mortar studio and his personal evolution to becoming the best version of himself. Plus, they discuss how psychedelics are helping to prepare Robbie for fatherhood. Learn more about Othership at othership.us
Rewind: This is Your Mind on Michael Pollan
To celebrate the release of Michael Pollan's new series 'How to Change Your Mind' on Netflix we wanted to rewind and revisit our episode with one of the most important voices in the psychedelic space. The episode first aired 6 months ago, and it touches on themes from his newest book, like our complicated relationship with caffeine, and how mindful gardening started him on this path to psychedelic curiosity and enlightenment. In this interview, Michael also highlights the new territory that psychedelics have opened for him and hints at the phenomenon that he may begin to examine next: the great mystery of consciousness itself. About Michael:How to Change Your Mind (Netflix): https://www.netflix.com/ca/title/80229847Michael's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michael.pollanAbout Us:Download our app: tripapp.coInstagram: instagram.com/fieldtriphealthOfficial Website: fieldtriphealth.com
'My mother always said...' | Juan Pablo Cappello
To celebrate the creation of Field Trip At Home, Nue Life co-founder Juan Pablo Cappello joins Ronan to discuss his upbringing in an indigenous culture, relationship with psychedelic medicine, how he hopes to integrate life teachings into his businesses and why his mom has been a major influence on his path. In addition to founding Nue Life, Juan Pablo was recently named one of the “Most Influential Hispanics” by Poder magazine in the areas of science and technology and was selected as a “Top 50 Entrepreneur” by Business Leader magazine. He is a highly praised entrepreneur who is deeply involved in supporting venture capital in Latin America, and you are sure to be enamored and inspired by his story.
Summer of Love in Davos | Maria Velkova, Maya Albert & Marik Hazan
After a trip to Davos, Ronan sits with the organizers of the "Psychedelic Medicine House of Davos," the first ever psychedelic-focused satellite event in conjunction with the World Economic Forum. Event organizers Marik Hazan, Maria Velkova and Maya Albert join Ronan to discuss what it takes to host an international event openly centered around psychedelics – which are still illegal in many countries around the world. The House aimed to shift perspectives, build credibility, and normalize psychedelics as medicines within the epicenter of the international business community. And by most accounts, it was the talk of the town.The team you will meet on this episode is driven, inspiring, and truly helping the world in our "great awakening."Watch all the talks from the Psychedelic Medicine House of Davos here: https://www.altrd.tv/shows/psyched-davos-sessions
Field Trip Live: Breathwork and Crystal Sound Bath
Welcome to our second installment of Field Trip Live. This episode features the opening segment to our panel discussion, where we hosted a breathwork exercise facilitated by Chris Keener, followed by a mesmerizing crystal sound bath by Jeralyn Glass of Crystal Cadence.This episode is very different from other episodes of Field Tripping. It’s immersive, dynamic, and has no discussion, but rather it features guiding narrative from the facilitators and closes with brief commentary from the audience. So before you listen, take a few minutes to enhance your set and setting. Then get ready to tap in. This episode is best received in a comfortable position, with your eyes closed and no distractions around you. This session is meant to evoke wellness and harmony in the body and mind. And if it's your first experience with breathwork and a crystal sound bath – then you're in for a real treat.Many thanks to our gifted facilitators for their time and energy. Hope you enjoy this breathwork and sound bath, and consider incorporating it as a new tool in your mental health and wellness toolbox. About the contributors: Chris is the founder and principal of Goldenair Breathwork, guiding groups of all stripes, from changemakers to prisoners through transformational journeys using only the power of their own breath. To learn more about Chris Keener, visit goldenairbreathwork.com or follow his socials @thechriskeenerJeralyn is a leader and pioneer in the field of Sound Healing using Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls. She is an internationally known Meditation Leader, Sound Healing Practitioner, and Crystal Singing Bowl Master Alchemist, and the founder of Crystal Cadence at crystalcadence.com. Jeralyn also created 3 exclusive sound baths for our app ‘Trip’ that were custom made for consciousness-expanding experiences. Download the app here: Tripapp.co
This podcast is the perfect intro to psychedelics and different perspectives. It is great to hear about so many fascinating human experiences and Roman is a patient, well-prepared and intelligent host. I love that each guest has a unique perspective. This podcast is a platform for opening minds. Thank You!
Poor quality guests
Great concept, but there are a number of guests that are just not interesting. Blah blah blah, me me me. The role psychedelics have played in human history and their potential as an aid for healing and spiritual/ emotional growth are tremendous. Why choose so many guests who are Narcissistic and/ or vapid? I found this really disappointing.
In the Thomas Hartle podcast, he speaks eloquently about the trials of his cancer battle and the bits of reprieve offered to him through the use cannabis.