Pathways Radio with Paul O’Brien features 30-minute conversations with authors, luminaries, and leaders about personal development and cultural evolution. Paul O’Brien has been the host since 1984, when the program began airing on KBOO 90.7 FM in Portland, Oregon.
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Embarking on a profound search for the spiritual meaning behind the massive social upheavals of the 1960s, Tobias Churton turns a kaleidoscopic lens on religious and esoteric history, industry, science, philosophy, art, and social revolution. Read More & Listen »
Tom Hatsis is the Executive Director of Psanctum, a nonprofit psychedelic education and harm reduction organization in Portland, OR. Psanctum Thrift is a project of Psanctum, which is the first non-profit thrift store to align itself with, and contribute to, the growing … Read More & Listen »
For thousands of years, human beings around the world have used hallucinogenic plants and fungi to alter consciousness and connect with the Divine. Author Mike Marinacci writes about the history of such practices and the revival of entheogen-based spirituality in North America. Read More & Listen »
The new book Swimming in the Sacred
by Rachel Harris documents the longstanding underground use and study of psychedelics by women, dating back to the time of the Eleusinian Mystery Schools of ancient Greece. Read More & Listen »
Eli Coberly’s book War in the Hearts of Men
identifies and interprets the historical ideologies that suppressed the feminine and details the impact of the Maya culture on the present. Read More & Listen »
Thomas Hatsis co-directs Psanctum, a non-profit education and psychedelic harm reduction organization in Portland, OR. Read More & Listen »
Over the past decades, mental health professionals, entrepreneurs and celebrities have opened up about their bold life-changing experiences with psychedelics that led to personal healing and success. In the book Psychedelic Wisdom,
Richard Miller has gathered together their stories. Read More & Listen »
Stephen Gray is the editor of the new book, How Psychedelics Can Help Save the World: Visionary and Indigenous Voices Speak Out.
The wisdom of Indigenous peoples along with reverence for the Divine Feminine, combined with the power of psychedelic mind-expanding agents, can help us enact a radical shift in consciousness and heal our world’s collective disconnection from Spirit. Read More & Listen »