Peyote as an Ancestor and Living Relative – Not a Resource [ONLINE]

by MAPS Canada // Dawn Davis Co-Editor – Journal of Native Sciences Episode Summary: As many psychedelic enthusiasts promote and support the idea of psychedelic decriminalization, it is important to recognize that this is being done without consultation with Indigenous peoples, which inadvertently facilitates extractive harvesting practices, biopiracy, and an involuntary forfeiture of medicinal access. … Read morePeyote as an Ancestor and Living Relative – Not a Resource [ONLINE]

Changing the Paradigm: Entheogenic Potential for Pain Management, Addiction and Mental Health [ONLINE]

The Psychedelic Club of DGO Presents: The Power of Ceremony and Sacred Plant Use for Whole Community Wellness Zoom Meeting ID: 868 2210 1106 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86822101106 Featuring guest speaker and psychedelic club board member, MARK BRAUNSTEIN, DO, ABPN, discussing the Evolution of Peyote Ceremony, as well as medicinal and microdosing methods. From Dr. Mark Braunstein, Reconscious … Read moreChanging the Paradigm: Entheogenic Potential for Pain Management, Addiction and Mental Health [ONLINE]

Art, Music, and Land Activism across Psychedelic Cultures, Part 2: …to Clinical Trials [ONLINE]

This series of short talks will offer a nuanced picture of the interconnected issues surrounding psychedelic ritual/therapy, art/music, and land/equity, in the context of both research universities and indigenous cultural practices. The series of talks will begin by highlighting the relationship between the Huichol (Wixáritari) peyote ritual, their art and music traditions, and the fight … Read moreArt, Music, and Land Activism across Psychedelic Cultures, Part 2: …to Clinical Trials [ONLINE]

Art, Music, and Land Activism across Psychedelic Cultures, Part 1: From the Huichol People (Wixáritari) [ONLINE]

This series of short talks will offer a nuanced picture of the interconnected issues surrounding psychedelic ritual/therapy, art/music, and land/equity, in the context of both research universities and indigenous cultural practices. The series of talks will begin by highlighting the relationship between the Huichol (Wixáritari) peyote ritual, their art and music traditions, and the fight … Read moreArt, Music, and Land Activism across Psychedelic Cultures, Part 1: From the Huichol People (Wixáritari) [ONLINE]