Psychedelic Shamanism
Informational Miniseries with John Finch
7-9:30 PM Thursdays, September 27 and October 4
These are two different classes

 

Peruvian Torch Cactus

In the past, psychedelic/entheogenic substances were publicly known world wide and were respected for their ability to bring forth the divine, Yahweh, God, The Great Spirit, etc., by the many cultures who used them.

The indigenous people of San Diego had a relationship with the Datura, also known as Jimsonweed. Other Native Americans employed peyote.

In the sixties, we “discovered” magic mushrooms, LSD, and marijuana.

Now we have developed vaporizers to minimize the risk of inhaling cannabinoids.

In this informational miniseries, we will discuss the need for such experiences in our modern world, referencing modern shamans and practices.

We’ll talk about preparation of morning glory seeds and cacti including San Pedro and Peruvian torch.

We’ll also discuss Syrian rue, jimsonweed, ayahuasca and DMT, and other RIMAs, as well as MAOIs and foods, to avoid when taking them.

Experience mugwort tea that stimulates visions and vivid dreaming.

This is an interactive mini-series so we may well have some interesting folks sharing new and exciting approaches to modern shamanism.

$40 per day includes handouts.


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