Entheogenesis - Planting seeds for earth, body, and mind

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Douglas Rushkoff will be streaming into the conference for a live ‘in conversation’ piece with writer and long-term friend of EGA, Rich Haridy.   Winner of the Media Ecology Association’s first Neil Postman award for Career Achievement…
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  David Holmgren draws on a lifelong passion for ethnobotanical knowledge and practise to tell stories that celebrate abundance and diversity pushing the boundaries of social and at times legal norms. These true stories cut paths through…
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There is increasing interest in the potential for psychedelic drugs such as psilocybin, LSD and ketamine to treat several mental health disorders, with a growing number of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) being conducted to investigate…
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Following on from my previous EGA presentation on pituri and tobacco substitutes used by Aboriginal Australians, we revisit the topic from another angle by looking at plants used by non-indigenous Australians as tobacco substitutes. The…
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'Deep Ecology' (and the power of ethnobotanical plants)   I have worked for worldwide rainforests since 1979. Although many of our efforts succeeded, for every forest saved 100 have disappeared. Clearly, you can’t save the planet one…
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Wallworth will discuss the creative journey she experienced while co-creating her ground-breaking Virtual Reality work Awavena with a Brazilian Amazonian tribe and how it has shaped her understanding of the potential for new immersive…
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Some more thoughts and observations on cacti   A lot has happened in the two decades since Trout’s cactus books went into print. Cactus lover Keeper Trout will discuss a few answers that have been learned for some rather old questions,…
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The St Vincent’s Melbourne Psilocybin-Palliative Care Trial   Friday 31st January 2020 was a momentous day in the history of psychedelic research in Australia, as the clinical team of St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne’s landmark trial…
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Between Sex and Death – A Journey in the Mycosphere   The scent of the prized Périgord truffle is somewhere 'between sex and death', according to one Australian forager. This fungus vies with Iranian caviar as one of the most expensive…
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New World Technology and Old World Wisdom   This talk explores VR scenarios designed to promote movement through phases of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, and discusses a novel protocol that utilizes unique features of VR as…
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