Episode 34: Tricia Eastman (Sacred Archeatypes in Modern Psychedelics) – MAPS Podcast
Episode 34 of the MAPS Podcast is an all-new interview with Tricia Eastman, a pioneer in the psychedelic renaissance. Our conversation takes a look at the inquisitive psychedelic work she does in the deep corners of the worlds indigenous cultures. The wisdom she brings back is applicable to the American experience. Her tales of mind-expanding explorations in these cultures is a beautiful juxtaposition against the life we take for granted. Tricia is a fresh yet wise voice in the psychedelic community.
Intro topics: End-of-the-year podcast with Rick Doblin, advertising on the MAPS podcast, and psychedelic therapy career tracts.
Tricia Eastman is a pioneer in the psychedelic renaissance. Eastman’s holistic approach incorporates eastern philosophy, bio-hacking, soul retrieval, archetypal mapping, meditation, somatic therapy, and shamanism. As a medicine woman, she curates retreats in countries where use is legal working with 5-MeO-DMT from the Sonoran Desert Toad and iboga. She has been initiated into Bwiti traditions of Mboumba Eyano and trained in the Missoko, as well as facilitated the psychospiritual iboga program for Crossroads Treatment Center in Mexico.