Guest speakers: Janine Sagert, Saj Razvi, Ryan Le Compte, & Shonagh Home
From Shock to Awe is a feature-length documentary that will chronicle the journeys of military veterans as they seek relief from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder with the help of ayahuasca, MDMA (“Ecstasy”), and cannabis. It will be an intimate look at how these substances can be used to heal our wounded warriors—and, by extension, their loved ones.
Our intention with this film is to raise awareness of the healing properties of, and help change the laws regulating, ayahuasca, MDMA, and cannabis so that these substances can be legally available for responsible use in therapeutic, and spiritual, settings—especially for veterans with PTSD. Because we believe that all vets have the right to choose their own path to healing.
“What we’re finding is that after three full dose MDMA sessions, with each session lasting about a day and spread three to four months apart, we’re finding that 83% of chronic, treatment-resistant PTSD sufferers no longer qualify for the diagnosis.” –Saj Razvi
If you are (or know) a military veteran (or anyone else) who has PTSD, then you owe it to yourself to listen to the conversation featured in today’s podcast. In this program Shonagh Home interviews Janine Sagert, the producer of “Shocked and Awed”, Saj Razvi, who is an MDMA clinical therapist, and Ryan Le Compte, an ex marine who now runs an organization called Veterans for Entheogenic Therapy. Their discussion focuses on ways in which veterans and others suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorders can get relief, and in some cases even be cured, through the use of MDMA, ayahuasca, and cannabis.
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Shonagh Home is a teacher, shamanic practitioner, and the author of
‘Ix Chel Wisdom: 7 Teachings from the Mayan Sacred Feminine,’
‘Love and Spirit Medicine’and the upcoming, ‘Honeybee Wisdom: A Modern Melissae Speaks.’
Contact: shonagh.home (at) comcast (dot) net