Stanislav Grof, LSD Pioneer. From Pharmacology to Archetypes
Created in honor of his 90th birthday, this book celebrates the profound life’s work of Stanislav Grof, M.D., pioneer in psychedelic research and transpersonal psychology. Featuring an extended interview between Stan and his wife, Brigitte, the book explores in depth the full arc of his research in his own words as well as the history of LSD. With testimonies by Jack Kornfield, Rupert Sheldrake, Ervin Laszlo, Richard Tarnas, Rick Doblin, Roger Walsh, David Steindl-Rast, Fritjof Capra, and Cathy Coleman, and others.
Park Street Press
Exile and Ecstasy. Growing up with Ram Dass and Coming of Age in the Jewish Psychedelic Underground
Double Blind editor and journalist Madison Margolin sets out to explore the psychedelic path that occupies the crossroads between the Ram Dass movement and Hasidism. It’s a path of seeking and escape, rebellion and return, medicine and magic. Through the perspective of having grown up among “HinJews” in the Ram Dass community and cannabis legalization movement, she takes the reader on a journey inside New York’s Jewish counterculture and the Hasidic underground.
The Psilocybin Handbook for Women: How Magic Mushrooms, Psychedelic Therapy, and Microdosing Can Benefit Your Mental, Physical, and Spiritual Health
Does psilocybin affect women differently? Does it matter where I am in my cycle when I use psilocybin? Can psilocybin help with menstrual migraines, endometriosis, or premenstrual dysphoric disorder? Will psilocybin boost my sex life? Do hormones have an impact on the entourage effect? What the heck is the entourage effect? And more.
Simon and Schuster
Dr. Richard Louis Miller
Freeing Sexuality. Psychologists, Consent Teachers, Polyamory Experts, and Sex
From podcasts on Mind, Body, Health, and Politics
We learn from sex therapists, relationship experts, and tantric sex teachers, such as Lonnie Barbach, Stella Resnick, Katherine Rowland, and Diana Richardson, about the importance of communication, how to keep sensuality alive, and how to generate fulfilling and sustainable intimacy in relationships. Looking at sexual identity and non-monogamy, we hear from Ritch Savin, Sumati Sparks, and Janet Hardy, author of The Ethical Slut, as well as from Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens on the possibilities of ecosexuality.
Park Street Press
Simon Sebag Montefiore
The World. A Family History
This is world history on the most grand and intimate scale – spanning centuries, continents and cultures, and linking grand themes of war, migration, plague, religion, medicine and technology to the people at the centre of the human drama. As spellbinding as fiction, The World captures the story of humankind in all its joy, sorrow, romance, ingenuity and cruelty in a ground-breaking, single narrative that will forever shift the boundaries of what history can achieve.