Zoë Biehl

Zoë Biehl

Zoë is Psymposia's senior editor. She is a full-time writer and editor, holds a BA in anthropology and sociology, and spends her free time petting all the street cats in Tel Aviv.

Breathe. Breathe. Breathe. An Interview with Iker Puente on Holotropic Breathwork

Holotropic Breathwork is not just a breath technique. It was conceived as a non-drug way of accessing non-ordinary states of consciousness.

Meet the professor who self-administered 73 high-dose LSD sessions

I chose to learn Grof’s methods for working therapeutically with LSD and use them in my private life to systematically explore my own mind and the mind of the universe as deeply as possible—73 high-dose sessions over 20 years.

Bridging the gap between science and spirituality at the International Transpersonal Conference

At the end of September, some of the world’s greatest minds are coming together in the mystical city of Prague to discuss the true nature of consciousness and celebrate the 50th anniversary of transpersonal psychology.

The Psychedelic Network, Pt 3: Mexico, Australia, and Israel

"The future will be awesome if we can strengthen and continue weaving the networks of networks so that our efforts are synergic and interconnected"

The Psychedelic Network, Pt 2: Europe

The internet is the light at the end of the tunnel.

The Psychedelic Network, Pt 1: USA

Over the past few years, psychedelic societies have begun popping up all over the world. We interviewed some of the pioneers. First stop: USA.