We recognize that some of our work is based on the unceded lands of Indigenous peoples. We are grateful to be hosted on their territories. We acknowledge that the work of reconciliation with Indigenous Nations has a long road ahead and we are commited to doing our part in contributing to meaningful change, action, and personal growth.
The services provided by Nectara are intended to be for harm reduction purposes only. They are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Nectara guides are not licensed healthcare providers and do not provide medical care or psychotherapy services. By engaging in the services provided by Nectara guides, you expressly acknowledge and agree that the services are provided on an as-is and as-available basis, and that your use of or reliance upon the services and any content or material contained therein is at your sole risk and discretion. Nectara guides and the legal entity shall not be held responsible or liable for any harm, legal claims, or illegal activity arising out of your use of the services or reliance upon any content or material contained therein.
Due to legal reasons, we do not accept any clients or business from people based in Indonesia.
About this event
With psychedelic experiences, we often come for the medicine and stay for the community. The integrative and connective power of being seen and heard, without judgment in a safe space with others, is transformative. Join our integration circle and tell your story, share personal challenges, and celebrate your wins with others in our intimate and safe container. All are welcomed, wherever you are at.
This month, we're exploring the theme of shadow work and the role it has played in our lives and in our process of preparation, integration, and psychedelic wellness.
- Respect for everyone with no judgement
- What is said in the circle stays in the circle
- Be on time
- You’re coming into a sacred community space
- Appreciate silence and emergence
- Not everyone has to share
- Understand the power of words and choose yours wisely
- Whatever wants to come up in respect and kindness is welcomed in the space
- Be mindful of the time allotted to each person to keep things within the time container
- Mute yourself when it's not your turn to speak
- Share opinions from a place of personal experience, rather than preaching to others
- Keep an open mind and heart when feeling triggered and stay receptive to new ideas
What you will experience
- Be seen, heard, and witnessed without judgement.
- Share your story, your challenges, or your progress.
- Integrate a recent psychedelic experience.
- Connect with the power of shared humanity.
- Process some emotions and feelings in a safe space.
- Receive some guidance from our experienced guides.
How to prepare
Space. Look for a quiet and distraction-free environment so that you can be fully present.
Ceremony. Approaching the experience as a tiny little ceremony can help you dive deeper into the experience.
Comfort. Make sure you are in a comfortable spot and grab some water before joining.
In the last 10 years, Lindsay has trained in various therapeutic modalities, including Somatic work, Pre and Perinatal work, Integration coaching, and Inquiry work. Lindsay has over twelve years experience working in shamanic and ceremonial containers, and also has specific training in yoga, meditation and shamanic practices.
She is also an honoured initiate in a Sufi lineage as well as a Mesa Carrier of the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition. From her studies in Ayurvedic Medicine and Western Traditional Herbalism, she brings knowledge of herbal medicine and daily lifestyle practices as a foundational support system to a person’s healing journey.
In 2010 Chris experienced his first plant medicine ceremony; this set in motion a motorcycle journey across South America and an ongoing relationship, healing, and education with the wisdom of the Plant Teachers. Visiting the Amazon is now a regular part of life that informs him ever more deeply about the interconnectivity of all things. It is with great respect, humility, and gratitude that Chris continues his work with entheogens.
He is a certified addictions recovery and psycho-spiritual integration coach. With a B.Sc. in Kinesiology and trained as a CHEK Practitioner, Chris is well connected in the holistic elements of human health and fitness.
Chris is a husband and father who lives in the mountains of British Columbia. He has retired from a long career crew leading in wildfire suppression, to follow and feed the fire in his heart about serving those who feel called to growth and transformation; pointing to the shaman in each one of us.
An incredibly moving experience.
- Dr. Anthony Giordano
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