Sacred Plants in the Americas II [ONLINE]

by Chacruna // Join us for a revolutionary virtual psychedelic summit exploring the globalization of plant medicines and practicing Indigenous reciprocity About this Event Sacred Plants in the Americas II April 24th-25th, 2021 This global virtual summit will bring together Indigenous leaders from throughout North, Central and South America as well as researchers, practitioners, community … Read moreSacred Plants in the Americas II [ONLINE]

Psychedelics & Native American Heritage Month [ONLINE]

by Chacruna // Psychedelics & Native American Heritage Month Featuring Sutton King in conversation with Bia Labate Wednesday, November 25th from 12-1:30pm PST Sutton King, MPH, Afro-Indigenous of the Menominee and Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. She is an Indigenous Health Advocate, Researcher and Social Entrepreneur dedicated to developing and scaling innovative solutions to improve Indigenous … Read morePsychedelics & Native American Heritage Month [ONLINE]

Weaving Worlds Live Q&A w/ Françoise Bourzat & Ismail Ali [ONLINE]

by Psychedelic Seminars /seme Following the Wed Nov 18 premiere of Weaving Worlds: Indigenous Traditions & Western Psychotherapy, join us Sun Nov 22 for live Q&A with speakers Françoise & Izzy! Moderated by Cat Ho. (Nov 18 episode premiere here.) This Q&A is a special bonus for our monthly supporters. To access, join us on Patreon at any level, … Read moreWeaving Worlds Live Q&A w/ Françoise Bourzat & Ismail Ali [ONLINE]

Focus on Indigenous Communities Virtual Film Premiere [ONLINE]

Virtual film premiere featuring short documentary (34 minutes) produced by Horizons with live discussion and Q&A Psychedelics have re-entered popular culture by riding high on a wave of new scientific and medical research. But long before they entered laboratories, indigenous societies throughout the world have used psychedelics for generations, carefully integrating them into their culture … Read moreFocus on Indigenous Communities Virtual Film Premiere [ONLINE]

Weaving Worlds: Indigenous Traditions & Western Psychotherapy [ONLINE]

by Psychedelic Seminars // 1h 17m | Watch preview In February, we filmed this unique cross-cultural conversation, comparing Mazatec healing traditions and Western psychotherapy. We are excited to present this very special episode, featuring: Eugenia Casimiro, Mazatec healer Françoise Bourzat, guide & author In conversation w/ Ismail Ali, MAPS The conversation is in English and Spanish. This premiere is subtitled in … Read moreWeaving Worlds: Indigenous Traditions & Western Psychotherapy [ONLINE]

When Cultural Appropriation Becomes Cultural Extermination [ONLINE]

by Chacruna // When Cultural Appropriation Becomes Cultural Extermination A Conversation with Miguel Evanjuanoy Chindoy and Riccardo Vitale Translated by Diana Negrín Supporting indigenous community health and cultural survival through the defense of traditional medicine and spirituality In 2009, the Colombian Constitutional Court declared 34 out of the 102 indigenous peoples of Colombia “at risk … Read moreWhen Cultural Appropriation Becomes Cultural Extermination [ONLINE]

BIPOC Integration Circle [ONLINE]

OIN US TO DISCUSS PSYCHEDELICS IN A BIPOC COMMUNITY About this Event Welcome to PsychedeLiA’s virtual community for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). This is a monthly integration circle and a supportive container that centers the BIPOC psychedelic experience. We gather every fourth Tuesday of the month to engage in conversations around altered … Read moreBIPOC Integration Circle [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]