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Community Gathering

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Community Gathering


October 17, 2022

Every month


Every month


Every month


60 minutes


Every month






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About this event

We welcome you to another cozy community gathering.

In this gathering, we're doing an interpersonal Q&A on this month's theme of change and transitions. We'll start by diving deep into one particular theme related question of our choice, and then we will have time to follow up on our response via further questions or conversation. We will spend anywhere from 15 to 25 minutes on each person. Of course, if we don't want to answer a particular question, we don't have to.

At the end we will share reflections and takeaways as well as share feedback for Nectara's Circle. We're co-creating this community, so your input is important.

If you can't make it to the gathering but have 4 minutes to share your input, please fill this survey. Thank you!

The gathering is casual and open to all members. Just RSVP on Circle and join us via Zoom.

What you will experience

  • Explore the monthly theme and your relationship to it
  • Make new connections with people on a similar path as you
  • Explore ideas for what you want to see in Nectara's Circle
  • Give us feedback on what your experience has been like
  • Ask any questions you have about navigating the platform
  • Learn about new things that are unfolding at Nectara
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How to prepare

Bring a question. Explore curiosities you have about storytelling.

Writing. Bring your journal to share or jot down any insights that arise.

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

Louis Belleau
Louis Belleau

Your guide

Your guides

Louis discovered the healing potential of psychedelics at a young age, leading him to graduate from McGill University with majors in Psychology, Philosophy and Religion. Guided by his belief that psychedelic experience is a human right with important biological functions, he seeks to democratize safe and effective healing and growth with psychedelics through further graduate studies and research in addition to building accessible, holistic and reciprocal community, education and support services. Louis is devoted to weaving modern and ancestral knowledge so psychedelics can properly lay foundations for a much needed multigenerational process of healing, social transformation, and ecological regeneration.

Louis is the founder of Psygaia, and teaches yoga and meditation at a rehabilitation center in BC, Canada.