I usually hide behind my artwork, but sometimes I appear speaking publicly. From Podcasts I feature in to being a co-host in interviewing others.

Featured Podcasts

Midwest Real – Alexander Ward

“Alexander Ward has spent more time on the road less traveled than some do in an entire lifetime. He’s shot documentaries on multiple continents, produced visual art across many mediums, participated in numerous Ayahuasca ceremonies and appeared on several podcasts, including London Real. If there’s anything I learned about him from this conversation, it’s that he’s nowhere close to stopping his journey.

We dove deep into a multitude of subjects ranging from the creative process and where art comes from, to our place in the universe and Japanese Animation (yes, seriously).”

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In my visionary experiences I would see and feel the beginnings of the universe as the simplest form of energy imaginable. Weaving itself into ever-increasing complexities of patterns and outcomes until we arrived at this current ‘now’ moment. This same piece of energy; That which began as one, is now everything in existence. I identified myself with not this ‘ego’ structure that is created out of the conditioning of a human’s upbringing. I saw what I and everyone else truly was, this force of life.

Alexander Ward

The Intellectual Gentlemen’s Club Podcast

“Jason and Matt Abbott have a Chat with Alexander Ward in the UK. We dive deep in episode 3 discussing the world of Shamanism and Ayahuasca. We also touch on other Psychedelics including Psilocybin and MDMA. We hope that you come to the discussion with an open mind. Sometimes truth can be stranger than fiction.”

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What the Ayahuasca has given me most of all is just to go with the flow of things.

Alexander Ward

Alexander Ward – The Chosen One | London Real

“Visual art creative Alexander Ward joins us to discuss the film he produced and directed “Tierra Vida – An Ayahuasca Journey”, how he spent years working in the gaming industry but no longer feels satisfied creating for “little plastic toys”, why Ayahuasca is only something to try if you are willing to accept a large amount of change in your life, how smoking DMT brought him immediately back to his Ayahuasca experience, and his plans to walk the earth and spread his positive message.”

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Two years ago if I was sitting you wouldnt be able to get a word out of me. I always hid behind my artwork.

Alexander Ward

Dimethyltryptamine - Before & After | London Real

“Visual art creative Alexander Ward joins us to discuss the film he produced and directed “Tierra Vida – An Ayahuasca Journey”, how he spent years working in the gaming industry but no longer feels satisfied creating for “little plastic toys”, why Ayahuasca is only something to try if you are willing to accept a large amount of change in your life, how smoking DMT brought him immediately back to his Ayahuasca experience, and his plans to walk the earth and spread his positive message.”

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The reality of our inevitable death is something I think every person working with Ayahuasca will eventually face.

Alexander Ward

Featured Articles

Bridge Eagle Healing | Interview

“Alexander Ward is a gifted visual artist and animator based in the United Kingdoms who explored some of South America’s shamanic healing ceremonies; which entailed an eight month journey spanning much of 2012 with a backpack to call home. I had the honor of meeting Alexander while facilitating ceremonies at Tierra Vida Healing Center, and was amazed by his experiences and how they had directly affected his daily life in a positive manner. Alexander has recorded his journey and posted a journal that I strongly recommend you read, it is full of useful information about Madre Ayahuasca, the preparation, locations, personal experiences in the medicine, and great photos and drawings. Here is the link to Alexander’s 2012 Shamanic Journey. Enjoy. Below is a Q&A with Alexander Ward on some deeper personal questions and reflections of his shamanic journey.”

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Co-Hosted Articles

Singing to the Plants with Steve Beyer

“Psychedelic Spirituality speaks with Steve Beyer, author of the best book on Ayahuasca yet, ‘Singing to the Plants: A Guide to Mestizo Shamanism in the Upper Amazon’.

Joining in a discussion with Steve Beyer are contributors to Psychedelic Spirituality; Buckley Rue, Alexander Ward and Nick Polizzi, who each have their own extensive knowledge on Ayahuasca and Psychedelics.”

Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris – Psychedelics as Medicine

“Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris of Imperial College London talks about the effects of Psilocybin & MDMA and how they could be used to help with depression and addiction, his controversial colleague Professor David Nutt who claimed Cannabis & Ecstasy were safer & less addictive than Alcohol & Tobacco, and why he refrains from sampling psychedelics in order to remain objective about his research.”

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Rick Doblin – Fighting the Good Fight

“Rick Doblin the Founder of MAPS, the Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies, talks about his first experiences with LSD in the early 1970s, how his organisation foresaw the banning of MDMA by the DEA and fought the decision in court, why conducting medical studies on Cannabis is nearly impossible in the USA, and why he believes that our culture now is more prepared to embrace psychedelics than fifty years ago.”

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