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Uplift your personal life and accelerate your yoga career leveraging yoga’s ancient wisdom. Explore yoga philosophy from the Yoga Sutras, the Vedas, psychology, kundalini and self-help. Brett Larkin helps you get closer to making consistent daily yoga a reality, while empowering you to acknowledge your role as a leader and healer of others. Whether you’re experiencing a kundalini awakening, resolving unprocessed trauma, suffering as a “hidden healer,” in a cycle of self-sabotage, feeling “imposter syndrome,” or stuck trying to grow your wellness business, the Uplifted Yoga podcast is where you come to slay your mindset blocks and indulge in yoga’s rich philosophy in a way that’s practical and fun. ✨Pre-Order Brett’s Book on Amazon ✨Make your yoga practice 2x more potent in 1/2 the time ✨Download your free yoga business plan Become a member at brettlarkin.com/uplifted
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Mar 14, 2017

It's said that ayahuasca has been used in South America as a plant medicine for thousands of years and we see it experiencing a wave of interest and popularity in an underground movement in the United States. Wanting to know more about this indigenous medicine, our guest Rachel Harris, a trained psychologist, questioned hundreds of people about their ayahuasca experiences here in the United States. What she learned confirms many of the benefits we see from other early research being done on ayahuasca and other entheogenic plant medicines. Are there potential medicinal or therapeutic benefits to drinking ayahuasca? What might our society look like if it had a different view of psychedelics? We explore these questions and more!

Psychologist Rachel Harris, PhD is the author of multiple books, including the recently released Listening to Ayahuasca published by New World Library. She received a National Institutes of Health New Investigator's award, has published more than forty scientific studies in peer reviewed journals, and has worked as a psychological consultant to Fortune 500 companies and the United Nations.

Special Guest: Rachel Harris, PhD.

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Creator & Host: Ashton Szabo

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Sound Engineer: Zach Cooper

Producer: Benn Mendelson

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