Join author Michael Pollan, MAPS founder Rick Doblin, psychiatrist Julie Holland, neurobiologist David Presti, UK psychiatrist Ben Sessa, youth safety advocate Marsha Rosenbaum, Project CBD’s Martin A. Lee, Buddhist writer Allan Badiner, and special guests author James Fadiman and UC Berkeley psychiatrist Kristi Panik, as we explore the challenges and opportunities unique to this moment in history. Stanislav Grof, who lived and taught at Esalen for 14 years, will join us remotely to open the conversation.
Note: Initial registration for this workshop is through the leaders only. To register, please contact [email protected]. Only after you have completed this process will you be able to register with Esalen.https://www.esalen.org/workshop/week-march-31-april-5/psychedelic-integration
Since the Mayans roamed these sacred lands, Tulum has been a destination for transformation; a place of real magic and beauty. We chose a specific location in Tulum, a breathtaking private beachfront property in the Sian Ka’an Biosphere region, as a powerful vortex for healing. This bohemian paradise will allow you to take in all the medicine that nature has to offer while having the space to reflect and relax.
We will connect to the ancient wisdom of these sacred lands for a group medicine experience that includes 4 sacred medicines for Mexico: Mayan cocoa ceremony, a sweat lodge, one-on-one session with the Sonoran Desert toad, and a peyote ceremony.
We will integrate this powerful transformation with daily embodiment practice, delicious plant-based detoxifying foods, massage treatments, and visits to a local Cenote and Mayan ruins.https://www.psychedelicjourneys.com/workshops/2017/6/2/5-meo-dmt-toad-in-the-jungle-p7hye
The Psychedelic Press is turning 10 years old on the 1 December 2018.
To celebrate, the crew, authors and various friends in the psychedelic community are going on a short speaking tour, which culminates with a full day event in Tuke Hall, Regent’s Park, London on the day of our birthday.
Writers on Drugs is a celebratory series of full-day and evening events that address psychedelics in all their multifarious guises – from the latest cutting-edge science, to religious and magical thinking, ecology, and the role they’ve played in the history and culture of the world. These extraordinary substances are deeply woven into the fabric of human life; a fact that Psychedelic Press publications have always explored, and which our speakers and authors would like to share with you!
Join Paul Austin, founder of The Third Wave, for an evening of discussion about curating an optimal psychedelic experience. Paul will interview Dr. Elizabeth Nielson and Dr. Ingmar Gorman about the role preparation, ceremony, and integration play in curating a meaningful, impactful psychedelic experience.
Our evening will start with a brief breathwork session to help you drop into the space and begin to dip into the ‘felt’ experience of responsible psychedelic use. Paul will then interview Dr. Nielson and Dr. Gorman for an hour, followed by 30 minutes of Q&A. Finally, we will wrap up the evening with time to meet other attendees, who are also interested in the burgeoning growth of intentional, responsible psychedelic use.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/curating-an-optimal-psychedelic-experience-tickets-52306361736?fbclid=IwAR0nRQaSC5_qml9R25eu1geAOelZWwxSDsk48xJuRgXaNjynAxpZ4pLqzzU
Magic Medicine screening
- Thu 29th Nov 2018, 8pm – 9:30pm
- Cube Microplex, Bristol, UK
We’re proud to present the Bristol premiere screenings of new documentary Magic Medicine. It’s a beautifully crafted film which follows the researchers and participants on the Imperial College medical trials, pioneering the use of psilocybin for the treatment of depression. The film holds no punches, painting a vivid picture of the difficulty of living with depression, and the promise of a treatment where all other options fail.