Julian Palmer doesn’t really fit any conventional labels, and that’s the way he prefers it.
“Im pretty much against all identity structures”, says the writer, explorer and self-trained entheo-botanist.
He has spent the last 20 years exploring consciousness through spiritual enquiry and plant medicines… and also exploring jungles of the world looking for lesser known psychoactive plants.
He’s known in some circles for “inventing” the smokeable DMT mix called Changa, but he is best known for his unique and clear way of articulating his plant medicine experiences.
The definition of an iconoclast is “a person who destroys religious images or opposes their veneration” or “a person who attacks settled beliefs or institutions”.
When it comes to the serving of plant medicines, Julian is iconoclastic. “The ritual gets in the way”.
He prefers to take his wisdom directly from nature.
Also, whats the point of creating a ritual? “My life is ritual. I don’t believe in making a separate space”.
Articulations is his life work, while his next projects involve creating innovate film erotica and exploring indigenous psychoactive plants that are unknown to the western mind.
Listen to this podcast to delve into the mind of a free-thinking cultural dissident, taking his cues directly from nature.
Some of Julian Palmer’s recent work:
NB: Flowstate does not endorse or directly facilitate the use of plant medicines. Follow your intuition is this avenue of exploration.