EntheoMedicine Events - March 23rd
Sat, Mar 23, 2019 at 5:30pm
RAK RAZAM | Intersection between Buddhism and Psychedelics
Rak Razam examines the connections between human consciousness, entheogenic medicines and planetary intelligence. Is the ego a reducing valve for Gaian mind and are the plants healing and cleansing to reveal that WE are are the medicine? Is human ‘awakening’ part of a larger evolution emerging from the global emergency?
Learn about the indigenous perception of time and world ages
Understand how the planet secretes entheogenic plants to re-enage humans
Discover the potential within us all that cultures ancient and new have mapped and how the shamanic experience is nurturing it
Rak Razam is the world’s leading ‘experiential’ journalist, writing about and helping shape the emergence of a new cultural paradigm in the 21st century. A writer, film producer and culture maker, he bridges the worlds of shamanism, consciousness and popular culture.
He is currently producer and host of an episodic TV show called Shamans of the Global Village with director Niles Heckman.
RACHEL HARRIS, Ph.D. | After the Ceremony: Therapeutic Potential of Ayahuasca
Rachel Harris, Ph.D. is a Psychologist with both a research and a clinical background. She was in the 1968 Residential Program at Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA and remained on the staff for a number of years. During the decade she worked in academic research, Rachel received a New Investigator’s Award from the National Institutes of Health and published over forty scientific studies in peer-reviewed journals. She also worked as a psychological consultant to Fortune 500 companies including the UN. Rachel was in private psychotherapy practice for thirty-five years specializing in people interested in psychospiritual development. Rachel is the author of Listening to Ayahuasca: New Hope for Depression, Addiction, PTSD, and Anxiety. Visit Rachel at her website, www.listeningtoayahausca.com.
Psychedelic research is revealing exciting ways that these medicines foster psychospiritual healing. Ayahuasca seems to be specifically therapeutic in terms of a personal relationship with the plant spirit, relief of addictive cravings and depression, processing of traumatic memories, and mystical shifts in worldview. The challenge is: How to integrate these experiences into everyday life.