Mike and Justin cover coronavirus flying + self-quarantining, starting a relationship during quarantine, and settling from busy-ness and worry into stillness, reflection, and embracing the mystery.
Mike and Justin pick it back up after nearly 4 years to talk about surviving coronavirus, cross-country travel in time of covid, and how life has changed.
We’re back from our hiatus and it feels like the first time! Mike and Justin share what they’ve been up to over the past few months, touching on psychedelic activism, career soulsearching, and embracing individuality in society.
Check out Mike’s recent guest spots on North Avenue Podcast! We chat about the psychedelic renaissance, recent work Mike has been up to in this space, and more!
Episode 43- Mike Margolies
“Mike Margolies is a chemical engineer turned world traveler, host of Walking the Earth (www.wtepodcast.com), and psychedelic discussion group organizer of Psychedelic Seminars (www.psychsems.com). We recorded this in the garden under an umbrella in the rain, and discussed Mike’s trans-formative experiences in Peru, India, and Thailand. We talk about the negative cultural stigma attached to psychedelic drugs in America, and how simply taking acid won’t cure your depression. A very interesting man!”
*Bonus ‘Psychedelic Lunch’ Audio Clip with Mike Margolies
“I ran into psychedelic activist/explorer Mike Margolies in a coffee shop and we decided to throw up a quick conversation. We recorded this on an iPhone and talked about plant medicine, his seminar/discussion project (psychsems.com), his online magazine Psymposia, and a lot of deep deepness. Mike is also featured in Ep. 43. Enjoy.”
Episode 66- Psychedelics and Plants with Mike Margolies and Brian Viveiros
“Mike Margolies and Brian Viveiros are the founders of Psymposia (www.psymposia.com), a group of collaborative social activism projects on psychedelics, plants, and policy. Follow @psymposia”
Recording for the first time in front of a live audience at Burning Man 2015! Joined by Iliana Hazzard, a seasoned world traveler and fellow sophomore burner.
Cindy Huang has lived in three different countries: China, the US, and South Africa. Cindy shares her experiences and perspectives, and we draw parallels between global social issues and the current Freddie Gray protests in Baltimore.