Deep Jungle Healing, Bruce Parry

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Indigenous Peoples Explorer

He lived with tribes in Africa, South-America, Greenland and the Himalayas. He has filmed himself taking hallucinogenic potions, which he credits with helping to heal his traumas. Bruce Parry, a former Royal Marines Officer and award-winning documentary maker, says there’s something about the connectedness of indigenous people that nourishes mental health far better than our stress-and energy-driven existence. ‘We have a lot to learn,’ says the filmmaker.

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