In this episode I speak with Jerónimo Mazarrasa about ayahuasca best practices, the sustainable use of sacred plants, cultural appropriation and much more.Jerónimo Mazarrasa works with the International Center of Ethnobotanical Education Research and Services (ICEERS Foundation) as Social Innovation
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In this episode I speak with Jerónimo Mazarrasa about ayahuasca best practices, the sustainable use of sacred plants, cultural appropriation and much more.Jerónimo Mazarrasa works with the International Center of Ethnobotanical Education Research and Services (ICEERS Foundation) as Social Innovation Coordinator, he’s also a coordinator of the Platform for the Defense of Ayahuasca (Plantaforma). In the past decade he has produced and written two documentaries about ayahuasca. The first about the Brazilian Ayahuasca churches, the second about the use of Ayahuasca in the treatment of drug addiction. He has travelled extensively through South America, researching a broad range of Ayahuasca practices, and has lectured internationally on ayahuasca tourism and the appropriation of indigenous knowledge. Since 2012 he calls Ibiza home, where he runs The Council Tree, a series of monthly lectures on indigenous knowledge, people, and plants.Free StuffCheck out my new short film The Shamanic Roots of YogaNew eBook on a yogic approach to integrating ecstatic experiences Wisdom of the HeartShow LinksThe Ayahuasca ProjectThe Jungle Prescription (ayahuasca documentary with Gabor Maté)ICEERS (International Center for Ethnobotanical Education, Research & Service)Ayahuasca Defense FundIntro & Outro MusicTomo Daime by Luis MendesMorning Improv by Rafaelle MacKayAbout Brian JamesBrian James is a yoga teacher, musician and artist currently living in Montréal, Canada. He has been exploring the intersection of music, yoga and shamanism for over 20 years.medicinepathyoga.combrianjamesyoga.cominstagram.com/brianjamesyogaSupport the Medicine Path PodcastSubscribe! RSS / iTunes / Google Playtags: shamanism, ayahuasca, gabor mate, cultural appropriation, best practices, sacred plants