By Future Primitive – December 31, 2016

The Gentleness of an Ancient Ally an interview with Stephen Gray

Stephen Gray speaks with Joanna about: reclaiming the wise use of a spiritual medicine and ally; cannabis and the rebalancing of Western culture; Santo Daime and Santa María, a return to the Earth Mysteries; the American demonization of cannabis; physical and psychic benefits of cannabis; becoming fully present to a wider reality through heart-centered intelligence; exploring cannabis and yoga; planting the seed of intention in a non-specific amplifier; in relationship with the plant, possibilities and cautions; moving forward with the regulation of cannabis.

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By Vancouver Real – Published on Oct 16, 2016 

This episode we feature Stephen Gray. He is the lead coordinator for the Spirit Plant Medicine conference which is now entering into its 6th year. The conference is held every year at UBC and has a series of presenters ranging from researchers to authors to storytellers to shamans. It is a 2-day event happening Oct. 29-30, 2016.

 

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By  “Truth be Told with Tony and Eddie.” –  July 30, 2016

We discussed how Cannabis and Spirituality can go hand and hand, Author Stephen Gray explores the use of marijuana in a wide range of spiritual practices, including meditation, yoga, chanting, visualization, shamanism, group ceremonies, work with other entheogens, and as a creative aid.

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By Future Primitive  – April 30th, 2016The Teaching of Experience

In this week’s episode Stephen Gray speaks with Joanna about: an all-embracing journey from Tibetan Buddhism to the Native American Church; out of isolation, into reality; psychedelic medicines are non specific amplifiers; as present as possible, moment by moment; the importance of community and practice; trusting the now; the never-ending path; the special role of the Iboga medicine; the open-hearted, “don’t know mind”; rediscovering the use of cannabis in spiritual practice; MDMA, a gateway to the heart; Western elders can now teach from experience.

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By ATTMindAdventures Through The MindRadio ,January 2016

Author Stephen Keary Gray has been in the psychedelic scene since its inception and is still offering great work into the evolving psychedelic culture. Since the 60s he has been an explorer of spirituality and conciseness expansion with “spirit plants”.He comes on the show to share stories of his journey with the Native American Church, the Santo Daime and other ayahuasca based religions, as well as his first ever LSD experience. We also explore a widely missed topic of consideration in the psychedelic discourse: Cannabis as an Entheogen

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By Psychedelic Parenting Podcast, October 2015

In this conversation, Stephen and Jonathan discuss the possibility of an emerging distinct medicine tradition for white North Americans, about the role of the sacred feminine in family and religious life, and of taking on the mantle of “elder” as one enters the latter part of life.

 

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By Jeremiah Vandermeer interviewed me on Pot TV  – Oct. 17, 2014

(online) about the 2014 conference and issue relating to the cannabis book project. I was on first, from about 2 minutes in to about 33 minutes. There was some very interesting chat on conference related topics until about the 20 minute mark. The rest of the conversation was about cannabis and its spiritual potential. Chris Bennett, a contributor to the book, came on right after that.

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By Robert Phoenix, January 2012

Stephen Gray is an ethno-botanist and cultural shaman. He has dedicated his life to the power and truth of sacred plants and the wisdom of their medicine. Author of the forthcoming book, Returning to Sacred World: A Spiritual Toolkit for the Emerging Reality Stephen sees the potential of entheogens to help us lay the foundations for a new cultural paradigm, with the teachings of ancient indigenous traditions at it’s core. Please join us on a shamanic journey into the world sacred substances and beyond.

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