Processing Trauma: GUIDE #4 Psychedelic Journey

Explore trauma processing with GUIDE #4, a journey by audio creator Tim Held. Understand how psychedelics can help identify and soothe trauma, even beyond the influence of plant medicine. Dive into the impact of trauma on our bodies and how psychedelics reduce fear.

Journey 4: Facing the F#cked Years

For GUIDE #4, the focus is on trauma and the use of psychedelics helps us to identify where our trauma lives in order for it to move through us, allowing us to embody a new reality led by positive emotions instead of negative ones. Composed by audio creator Tim Held, this is a psychedelic journey intended to help you process trauma even when not under the influence of psilocybin and other plant medicine.
Featuring music to trip to composed by Tim Held, host of Podular Modcast where he takes listeners on a journey through the world of modular synthesis vis-a-vis interviews with synthesists, module manufacturers/designers and synth shop owners to see how modular has impacted their life.
After listening to this episode you will have a better understanding of…

  • How has the pandemic influenced our physical and emotional bodies
  • journey is to soothe the trauma of living through the pandemic
  • Impact of trauma on our bodies
  • Psychedelics help reduce fear

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Original Audio Composer: Tim Held Producer & Host: April Pride Audio Engineer: Nick Patri, Cloud Studios Theme music: Cheri Dub, Morris Johnson

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