What is Spirituality? on the Think Spiritual Podcast: What spirituality is and how to cultivate it, bridging atheist and spiritual communities, experiencing science as spiritual, spiritual pitfalls, the work of healing, avoiding manipulation and error, healing the natural world.
Guide to Healing Religious Trauma Part 1 Pilgrims and Prodigals Podcast: Overview of how trauma works, the nature of religious trauma, the process of coming out, practical tools and guidance for healing religious trauma, how psychotherapy works.
Guide to Healing Religious Trauma Part 2 Pilgrims and Prodigals Podcast: Second part of series on healing religious trauma.
Healing Religious Trauma Through Spirituality The Mindshift Podcast with Dr. Clint Heacock: How to experience and reclaim spirituality coming out of religion or a form of atheism closed to spiritual experiencing, what it looks like to stay grounded in rationality and open to spiritual experiences. How to heal from trauma through spirituality, how the Protestant work ethic has led to a culture of mental illness and emotional repression in the US through making worth a function of worth, learning to relate well to our emotions, how the gospel message creates anxiety, drug-like dependence, and enslaves spirituality, and more.
Dealing with Religious Trauma Left at the Valley Podcast: Overview of the psychological abuse of the Bible, Religion as Slavery, Psychological Splitting and Dualism in Religion
Exposing and healing the psychological abuses of religion Interview on the Non-Sequitur Show, including my story coming out of religious life and career, and the use of psychedelics for healing: “Sex, Drugs & Jesus: A Psychedelic Journey from Faith | Andrew Jasko.”
Reclaiming Sexuality from Religion Talk Video at California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) 12/6/18. By addressing our experience of religious teachings and practices, we can begin the process of reclaiming sexuality from religious repression and societal structures of oppression like patriarchy, LGBTQ discrimination, purity culture, and more. Share away!
Reclaiming Sexuality From Religion Talk: Audio MP3
DRP 21 Andrew Jasko: The nature of religious abuse, psychedelics, mental health
Voices of Deconversion Podcast Interview Hear my full story and current studies on religious transitions and trauma: my religious upbringing and career in Christian ministry, my life crisis and transition out of religion, and my work today on religious trauma and tips for those struggling through a religious transition or healing in the aftermath.
Exorcizing Jesus and Reclaiming Spirituality with Andrew Jasko Leia Friedman’s Psychedologist podcast. I share my story about how I grew up in religion and why I left, psychological abuses in religion. The relationship between religion, psychedelic exploration, and spiritual awakening. Psychedelics and sex, psychedelics as tools to help people heal from religious fundamentalism. Hope you enjoy and support Leia’s amazing podcast.
Fear, Guilt, and Shame: Psychological Abuses in Fundamentalist Religion The Mindshift Podcast with Dr. Clint Heacock: “Religion is ultimately disempowering, claims Andrew, because you are taking the word of another person–an authority figure–not only to diagnose your spiritual problems but also to provide the solution. This dynamic leads to all sorts of abuses: spiritually, emotionally, psychologically, and in terms of sexuality. Join us as we discuss all of this and more in this fantastic episode!”
Religious Sexual Indoctrination as Abuse Regarding Sex Radio.
Sex and Religion With Andrew Jasko The Shameless Sex Podcast: #65.
LOVE FROM THE HYP WITH SAKURA SUTTER 12 – 06 – 18 GUEST- ANDREW JASKO Andrew Jasko who is currently getting his doctorate in Psychology, but not long ago was a Presbyterian Minister having gotten his Master of Divinity from Princeton, talk about his struggles with Religious Trauma as well as how he reclaimed his sexuality, spirituality, identity, and sanity from religion. Hear how he is helping others today through his own journey.
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