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Ayahuasca in Medellin, Colombia: Round 1 & 2

Ok, so. Trying to find the words for this post is unusually hard given the intensity and out-of-this-world feelings I experienced, but I’ll do my best. 3,676 more words

Be Here Now, Hear Me Out

Hello, readers. Whoever you are, I’m glad you’re here.

My name is Sara. I am a college administrator (or a secretary, as the role is still described in my current part of the world), and have been for the last 12 years. 595 more words


The Coffee Enema : why ? how ? does it work ?

Yep, it’s weird having a tube stuck up your butt. I had never thought i would have to do this. After some research, however, it seemed like my best option. 1,122 more words


Reclaiming Power - Medicine Temazcal (Sweat Lodge) Healing

The peak of the experience of this enthogen’s retreat at the mountains was a Temazcal ceremony. The medicine to be drunk that day was a mix of Ayahuasca and San Pedro and rumor had it the shaman would bring Peyote along as well…. 1,173 more words


Râpé : what is it ? what does it do ? how do you use it ?

Back in October, during Ayahuasca n°4, i bought a small box of râpé (that means ground, in French), which is ground tobacco, supposedly Mapacho from the Amazon, and in the case of mine, it has a bit of menthol added to it. 161 more words


Burroughs at Breaking Convention

I attended the recent Breaking Convention at Greenwich University and gave a talk entitled ‘Beat Writers and the Psychedelic Movement’, which covered the story of how the major Beat figures – William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac and Neal Cassidy – preempted and were later inducted into 1960s psychedelia by Timothy Leary. 762 more words

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A Long Walk Might Be Like Drinking Ayahuasca

In a comment on a recent post, “Why Go on a Pilgrimage?, “  Elissa from Sometimes She Travels  writes: In fact, one piece of Camino graffiti from last year that I thought about every day this year was, “What are you doing? 415 more words

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