This program is designed to facilitate experiential awareness of the healing processes that plant medicines and indigenous healing traditions are capable of producing, within an intimate community of BIPOC male-identifying folks. The program is limited to 6 participants. Over the course of six months, we will come together for monthly in-person and virtual gatherings, and we will engage in two weekend group plant medicine ceremonies.
Throughout the program, participants will receive support, insight, and resources for their integration. Members will have the opportunity to share their healing journeys with others to strengthen the collective healing process. As a group, we will come to understand the breadth of experience that is possible within therapeutic and ceremonial plant medicine settings. We will have the opportunity to build meaningful relationships amongst each other within a safe container of vulnerability and authenticity.
Upon completion of this program, participants will have first-hand knowledge of the therapeutic effects of plant medicine, based on their own unique personal experience.
Group meetings will help to further what is gained through ceremony by immersing us in our process in a practical and accessible way.
This program is offered on a sliding scale and portions of the funds generated will be donated to support vulnerable native communities in Ecuador.
Additionally, in consideration of the ongoing oppression in Palestine, portions from this program will donated to the Palestinian Medical Relief Society in efforts to provide much needed aid as the situation there continues to unfold.