The 1960's Live On In The 21st Century with James Fadiman, Ph.D.

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It was the summer of '67 - a three-month "love-in" that exploded onto the American cultural scene, and changed it forever. In this dynamic conversation, James Fadiman revisits that seminal moment in our history, and talks about the power and impact of the sixties and why the decade was so important. "Most of everything that we're doing that we're proud of today - the ecology movement, civil rights, and alternative medicine, feminism and more began then. Without the sixties we would be a less moral nation." Fadiman provides cogent insights into the state of freedom and civil rights, the appeal of Islam, and the government's strategy in war on drugs. (hosted by Michael Toms)


James Fadiman Ph.D. is a former president of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, a professor of psychology and one of the foremost researchers in micro-dosing studies. He's the author of many books and is cofounder of the Sophia University, rooted in transforming the transpersonal. He's been researching healthy multiplicity for more than 20 years.

James Fadiman's books include: 

  • The Psychedelic Explorers Guide (Park Street Press 2011)
  • Be All That You Are (Westlake Press 1986)
  • Unlimit Your Life  (Celestial Arts 1989)
  • Essential Sufism ( coeditor Robert Frager) (HarperOne 1999)
  • The Other Side of Haight: A Novel (Celestial Arts 2001)
  • Your Symphony of Selves: Discover and Understand More of Who We Are (coauthor Jordan Gruber J.D.) (Park Street Press 2020)

    Topics Explored in This Dialogue

    • How you can find inspiration in the ideals of the sixties
    • What makes a culture change
    • Learn about the government's position on drugs, parapsychology and psychic phenomena
    • What are the roots of alternative medicine
    • What is the great secret of Islam

    Host: Michael Toms       Interview Date: 1/25/2002       Program Number: 2908