How Ayahuasca Helped Me Forgive and Share the Hard Stuff
“We all have regrets. We all have things we carry shame and fear around. It’s so important to have people we can really be open and honest with about all of that, because the benefit of all of that isn’t more pain, if it’s done with love and truth.”
In this episode of Adventures of the Psyche, we are joined, for the second time, by Troy Dayton who shares how ayahuasca helped him forgive himself and be honest with those closest to him, paving the road for a profound experience of love and connection.
Troy is a 25 year veteran of the effort to legalize cannabis and spent the last decade building the largest consortium of investors in the cannabis sector as cofounder of The Arcview Group. He also cofounded Students for Sensible Drug Policy and served as Director of Development at psychedelic research group MAPS. Today, Troy leads groups through experiences that awaken a palpable sense of belonging, and he also works one on one to help people tap into more joy, vitality, and connection.
Join filmmaker and host Mareesa Stertz for a brief visit into other realms where guests share personal stories of illumination, healing, and transformation through their use of psychedelics. See more Adventure of the Psyche episodes here.