FOT #7 - Scott discusses his near-death experience, we re-frame psychosis, and patient advocacy during overdoses
Release Date: 12/01/2018
Scott Mason from the Toronto Psychedelic Society joins me again to explore some incredibly surreal topics. Scott shares with us the story of his near-death experience where he had to be resuscitated by paramedics; as we breakdown the best way to hold space and comfort someone who is dying. There are very strong parallels between near-death and psychedelic experiences that we draw correlations to as well. We also explore how to harness your emotional response to overcome fear and perform in life or death situations, recognizing human suffering in modern societies, reframing psychosis, and more harm reduction/prevention tips! Enjoy this episode with a smooth hybrid or indica strain...you may need it for this one!
The Psychedelic Society of First Responders and Emergency Workers
The Toronto Psychedelic Society
This podcast is uncensored and covers many topics considered “taboo” or difficult for some individuals. We do not condone any illegal activities, as this is a platform for harm reduction and open-dialogue. Although the ideas are mostly evidence-based and honest, the lines of reality and comedy may be blurred at times...this is your trigger warning!