Join us on May 8th at 7:00pm for Shamanic Microdosing: taking into consideration the Indigenous traditions. We will discuss how incorporating indigenous wisdom into microdosing can amplify the healing effects and provide a container for spiritual connection.
We will end the evening with sound medicine from live plants using MidiSprout, an instrument that translates biodata from plants into music combined with sound healing from Annik Mendez.
Arrive early for a special gift bag with some medicine inspired swag from Foria and Eden Ethnobotanicals. Limited to the first 35 people in the door.
Cost: donation basis
A special thanks to Sanctum and all the beautiful souls that made it possible us to offer this as a gift to you. Space is limited to 50 people.
7:00p Doors Open
7:30p Shamanic Microdosing conversation led by Tricia Eastman
8:30p Sound Medicine
*Disclaimer: psychedelic medicines will not be offered at this event. Please do not bring psychedelic medicines with you, this event is purely for educational purposes only.
Tickets here: http://consciouscityguide.com/plantmedicinevenice
About Tricia: Tricia is a pioneer in the psychedelic renaissance with a mission to inspire others to become their own "inner alchemists". Her holistic approach incorporates eastern philosophy, tantra, bio-hacking, herbal medicine, mind body integration, archetypal mapping, meditation, somatic therapy, and shamanism. For over 15 years she has consulted for top-destination spa and retreat centers on novel treatments and best practices. As an medicine woman operating internationally, she curates medicine retreats in countries where use is legal. She is an experienced ceremonial facilitator of 5-MeO-DMT, a powerful psychedelic medicine from the Sonoran Desert Toad. As an Iboga provider, Eastman has been initiated into the Mboumba Eyano tradition, trained in the Missoko tradition, and she has facilitated the psychospiritual Iboga program for Crossroads Treatment Center in Mexico.