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Ceremonial Preparation: Entering Psychedelic Journeys Skillfully

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Ceremonial Preparation: Entering Psychedelic Journeys Skillfully


January 24, 2024



10:00 PST / 13:00 EST / 19:00 CET





60 minutes








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About this event

The only thing we can predict about psychedelic journeys is that they are completely unpredictable.

With that, there are multiple elements that can be planned for to reduce risks, increase safety and personal mastery, and amplify potential benefits when approaching this powerful soul-revealing modality. This monthly class will outline important considerations for ceremonial medicine journeys, and explore strategies of skillful preparation that can reduce harm and yield desired outcomes.

Participants will learn how to set themselves up for an empowering transformational journey that lasts long beyond the ceremony.

Information is suitable for all types of psychedelics and plant medicines; there will be time for Q/A.

Class led by Nectara’s Director of Integration, Shiri Godasi.

What you will experience

  • Equip yourself with psychedelic skills for a safer experience
  • Activate the full potential of your upcoming journeys
  • Learn how to better navigate non-ordinary states of consciousness
  • Reduce potential harmful experiences
  • Better prepare your mind, body, and soul
  • Ask your personal questions to an expert
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How to prepare

Bring a question. Explore curiosities you have about storytelling.

Comfort. Make sure you are in a comfortable spot and grab some water before joining.

Space. Look for a quiet and distraction-free environment so that you can be fully present.

Shiri Godasi
Shiri Godasi

Your guide

Your guides

Andrea Langlois, holds an MA in Communications from Concordia University, and is a community-based researcher, communicator, and trained facilitator with a passion for organizational development, systems change. In her previous role at ICEERS she was working collaboratively on issues related to biocultural conservation of indigenous medicine and knowledge within a context of increasing international interest in plant medicines, particularly ayahuasca/yagé and iboga. She’s committed to personal and professional exploration of the Original Principles of right relationship, responsibility, respect, and reciprocity, and how they can form the basis of healing for humans and the planet. Andrea is an advisor to the Conservation Committee of the Indigenous Medicine Conservation Fund.