Entheogenesis - Planting seeds for earth, body, and mind

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What we know so far about microdosing Microdosing has exploded in popularity over the past six years. A microdose can be 1/10th or less of a recreational dose, and users will often microdose regularly every 3 or 4 days over an extended period…
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Ayahuasca is a psychoactive tea containing DMT and several harmala alkaloids, which have been used ceremonially for centuries by Indigenous Amazonian groups. Recent decades have seen the brew gaining popularity internationally for its…
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Most magic mushrooms are species of Psilocybe, which nearly all share a cluster of genes that metabolise tryptophan into psilocybin. Two species are widespread in Australia, Psilocybe cubensis (cubes), and P. subaeruginosa (subs). Psilocybe…
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The principles for psychedelic support (otherwise known as ‘trip sitting’) that are promoted by international groups like MAPS Zendo Project and Kosmicare Association, as well as PRISM. Psychedelic support in music event settings is different…
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With the increasing acceptance within the mainstream, many people are seeking psychedelics for many reasons. Healing, meaning, spiritual awakening, pleasure… The list goes on. There are also many routes for meeting these medicines as…
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How do we use technology to deepen our self-agency, to enhance our humanity? Melissa will take us through a deep dive into the potential of extended reality (XR) technologies to challenge for-granted ways of being and offer opportunities…
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The “living room” has long been considered the optimal spatial configuration to contain therapeutic psychedelic experiences. Recognised for its ability to elicit feelings of comfort and safety and positioned in diametric opposition…
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For at least 25 years, I have worked in the Healing Arts, and for 20 deeply engaged with the “entheogenic” plant centred systems of Curanderismo of Latin America. I’ve also engaged with, befriended, and worked alongside healers from the world’s…
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A New Trip: towards a path of representation, inclusion and safety in the psychedelic movement Psychedelics have moved to the forefront of global mainstream consciousness, and research continues to show their efficacy and promise in treating…
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A Prescription of NeuroGnostics; Entheogenic Herbalism   We are going to explore psychotropic herbalism, organic biological organisms used as a medicine that have an affinity for the mind. In particular, herbs that have an affinity…
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