In this episode, Joe Moore and Kyle Buller finally interview legendary author and microdosing popularizer, James Fadiman, Ph.D. He talks about the birth and emergence of transpersonal psychology, the early days of the Transpersonal Association and their relationship with Ram Dass, and getting LSD from Sandoz Pharmaceuticals and the vastly different ways people started experimenting with it. He discusses microdosing: how it emerged, dosing amounts, how you’re supposed to feel, and the recent self-blinding microdose study and how he thinks the “not statistically significant” results were actually pretty notable. And he talks about his newest book, Your Symphony of Selves: Discover and Understand More of Who We Are, which he sums up quite well with: “Have you ever argued with yourself? Who is the other person arguing?” He believes that we are made up of several different shifting selves and the key to a happy and healthy life is to embody the right self at the right time.

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