Oct 28, 2019
Before embarking on an adventure to India to explore and film, Sébastien Clérmont joins me in a coffee shop to discuss the various ways that our society copes with death and dying. We talk about how other cultures view death and how we may shift ours to a healthier and more effective way to cope. Society has structures embedded within that harm effective addiction and mental health care which can be overcome when exposed by artists and filmmakers. We talk about these structures and stigmas that we must overcome to effectively address addiction and mental health issues, and improve our quality of life. Throughout the conversation we touch on the crisis of meaning that human beings face. Sebastien shares what he has learned about human behaviour and what his experiences show him about growth. He has been on the show a couple other times where we go more into his previous projects and perspectives on psychedelics.
Sébastien Clérmont is an experimental filmmaker who has done a lot of work that pushes boundaries and enahnces empathy. Check out his work at his YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Moutonrondouillard
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This podcast is uncensored and covers many topics considered “taboo” or difficult for some individuals. We do not condone any illegal activities, as this is a platform for harm reduction and open-dialogue. Although the ideas are mostly evidence-based and honest, the lines of reality and comedy may be blurred at times...this is your trigger warning!