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Living Hero with Jari Chevalier- January 12, 2013 - Inaugural Show ~ Trips Beyond Addiction

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    Psychedelic plants found in rainforests are being successfully used in the treatment of addiction in contemporary Western society. Trips Beyond Addiction features the voices and stories of ex-addicts, researchers and treatment providers sharing their experiences and fascinations with these hallucinogenic medicines.

    Ayahuasca and Iboga are rainforest hallucinogens. They are traditional sacraments used in the tribal cultures of the Amazon and of Central West Africa, respectively, and in the past, these tribal medicines were taken by many members of the traditional societies of the regions where they naturally grow.

    Now these same compounds, sometimes referred to as entheogens for their power to evoke "mystical experiences," spiritual awakenings, powerful self-confrontation and aroused conscience, are being investigated scientifically to gain understanding of their extraordinary power and efficacy in treating addiction in contemporary Western society.

    Show produced by Living Hero Radio Show and Podcast producer, Jari Chevalier.

    Segment One, first half-hour Documentary Special:
    Features music and the voices and stories of Dimitri Mobengo Mugianis, Bovenga Na Muduma, Clare S. Wilkins, Brad Burge, Tom Kingsley Brown, Susan Thesenga, Bruce K. Alexander . . . and other important voices active in the field of healing with these native medicines.

    Segment Two, second half-hour:
    Features music and the voices and stories of Mark Whitcomb, Anne Wilson Schaef, Gabor Maté and Terry Riley speaking of addiction in society, native peoples, psychedelic experiences . . .

    Segment Three: third half-hour:
    Music by which to continue contemplating personal and public affairs; vis à vis the program.

    MUSIC CREDITS:

    Segment One :: first half-hour Special:

    The Cinematic Orchestra. "All Things" Man with a Movie Camera. Ninja Tune, 2003. 06:07
    Indra. "Needle and the Damage Done" In Between. Self-produced, 2012. 02:12
    Jari Chevalier Improvisations and Performance by Cosmo D. "Trips Beyond Addiction score" Trips Beyond Addiction. Self-produced, 2013. 22:04
    The Cinematic Orchestra. "Reel Life" Man with a Movie Camera. Ninja Tune, 2003. 06:58
    The Cinematic Orchestra. "Dawn" Man with a Movie Camera. Ninja Tune, 2003. 04:01

    Segment Two :: Second half-hour:
    Terry Riley. “In C” Bang On a Can, Cantaloupe Music, 2011. 45:30
    Beatles. “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club, EMI Records, 1967. 03:28
    The Black Crowes. “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” I Am Sam (film soundtrack), V2 Records, 2002. 03:50
    Cosmo D. “Okay Your Way” Cello Improvisations + Beats Self-produced, 2010. 02:59
    Cosmo D. “Yellow Shoes” Cello Improvisations + Beats Self-produced, 2010. 04:35
    Leonard Bernstein/Stephen Sondheim. “Gee Officer Krupke” West Side Story (film soundtrack), Columbia, 1961. 04:14

    Segment Three :: Third half-hour:
    Eagles. “Those Shoes” The Long Run, Elektra/Asylum, 1979. 04:54
    Cosmo D. “Warm Up” Cello Improvisations + Beats, Self-produced, 2010. 04:10
    Mocean Worker. “Right Now” Enter the MoWo!, MoWo, Inc., 2010. 04:11
    DJ Spooky. “City Life Remix” Reich Remixed, Nonesuch, 1999. 07:02
    The Cinematic Orchestra. “Work It!” Man with a Movie Camera. Ninja Tune, 2003. 09:09
    Koop. “Waltz for Koop” Waltz for Koop, Superstudio Grá, 2001. 03:06
    Xavier Rudd. “The Mother” Food in the Belly, Epitaph Records, 2005. 03:15
    Moby. “Myopia” Ambient, Instinct Records, 1989. 04:49

    Ayahuasca and Iboga are rainforest hallucinogens. They are traditional sacraments used in the tribal cultures of the Amazon and of Central West Africa, respectively, and in the past, these tribal medicines were taken by many members of the traditional societies of the regions where they naturally grow.

    Now these same compounds, sometimes referred to as entheogens for their power to evoke "mystical experiences," spiritual awakenings, powerful self-confrontation and aroused conscience, are being investigated scientifically to gain understanding of their extraordinary power and efficacy in treating addiction in contemporary Western society.

    Show produced by Living Hero Radio Show and Podcast producer, Jari Chevalier.

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