Blogs & Videos

Why “Citizen Science” matters in Microdosing

There’s a stampede of people experimenting with microdosing psilocybin (magic mushrooms) looking for ways to feel better. In fact they are diving in and going for it – and not waiting for clinical studies or laws and public policy to be established. That’s why as I explain in this video, what we call “citizen science” is leading the way. Little disclaimer – this video is from my archives as it includes pearls to remember when considering…

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Alarming facts of Psychedelic hang-overs

I’ve never heard it referred to as a “psychedelic hangover” …that’s my term. But that’s how I describe what many of my clients and students have been talking to me about since I began teaching Emotional Liberation nearly 10 years ago.  What’s been expressed in the intake interviews I do with them goes something like this, “Yeah, I tried psychedelics to feel better (ayahuasca, LSD, psilocybin, peyote, etc) but it didn’t help.” And often a follow-up…

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The ticket to your Inner world

Mystical traditions teach that there’s an infinite world inside of us – and the question for our Western minds has always been, “How do I access that infinite Inner world?” Of course most of us know that meditation is the one approach recommended time and time again…
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Kundalini rising from the “Harvey Weinstein of Yoga”

I have an abiding interest in this. As you may know, an important aspect of my work pulls from kundalini yoga – along with a potent blend of ancient Hindu traditions, microdosing of plant medicines and brain science – all focused on relieving emotional distress and trauma. Because a component of my work is rooted in kundalini yoga, I’ve kept a close eye on the aftermath and evolution following the revelations in 2020 that its founder,…

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Are you a Hot House Flower too? 

I’ve been teased that I’m a delicate “hot house flower” given my distaste for the brisk waters of the northern Atlantic – even here in one of the southern most climes of Europe – the sunny warm Algarve.  At its warmest in southern Portugal, which is late summer and fall, the Atlantic water average soars to 71°F.  Dial the calendar back to the debut of “beach days” it’s considerably colder – in April it’s 61°F and…

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I get letters: What do I do now?!

I often get letters from folks sharing their experiences and asking questions. This correspondence can offer spectacular insights and musings that answer questions that many others have on their mind. So I’m sharing this one with you today… “Hi Becca, I have a question. You, like many others, use the words ‘you have to do the work.’ It’s all about doing the actual work. But what is the work?  I have finally realized what my issues…

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