06th October 2022
Stefana and Jennifer’s own personal experiences with psychedelics and inner work inspired them to found Alalaho, a series of psilocybin-assisted retreats offering a safe, legal environment for a psychedelic journey.
Join us in the sky with diamonds as we explore tasty topics like mushrooms or truffles, their favourite Beatle, what Stefana’s dad thought of her taking a job in psychedelics, Alalaho and their psilocybin-assisted retreats, the benefits of doing inner work, the restorative role of psychedelics, being in a group versus a solo journey, the quick fix mentality, creativity, and a whole load more.
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Stefana dedicates this episode to Rafia Morgan and Turiya Hanover and urges you to check out The Path of Love
She also wants to shout out Rick Doblin from the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS)
(01:58) - Quick fire questions
(06:13) - Stefana’s first job in political activism
(07:53) - What her dad thought of her taking a job in psychedelics
(08:40) - Jen’s first job and how they started working together
(10:35) - What is Alalaho and inner work?
(12:26) - Whether inner work always requires a retreat of sorts
(16:51) - The role of psychedelics in inner work
(20:17) - The collective group vs a solo journey
(26:41) - Can you stop people from falling back into learned behaviours?
(34:46) - The quick-fix mentality
(45:35) - Listener questions
(50:15) - 4 pertinent posers