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Over 20 hours of transformative ceremony, roundtable discussion, Q&A, embodiment practices, and healing therapies to help you prepare, experience, and integrate the wisdom and intelligence of psilocybin in an intimate retreat-like setting.

Sit by the fire with Paul Stamets Build an Altar with Jyoti Ma Explore Microdosing with James Fadiman Journey with Indigenous Medicine Woman Xochitl Ashe Discover Scientific Breakthroughs with Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris Experience a Musical Ceremony with East Forest Experience Breathwork with Millana Snow

What is the 20+ hour Immersive Video Library?

  • An opportunity to connect with 25 master teachers from around the world in intimate conversations, roundtable discussions, Q&As and more. You’ll learn from indigenous elders, research scientists, wisdom keepers, and luminaries in the field of plants and psychedelics.
  • You’ll discover the intersections of ancient traditions and ceremony, “original science” and emerging scientific breakthroughs.
  • Explore microdosing practices, somatic and embodiment exercises, and meditations to support you.
  • Cultivate and deepen your relationship with YOU, with plant medicines, and with psychedelics as allies on our path.
  • Immerse yourself in the powerful setting of the incredible lands of the Esselen people. Much of the experiential video journey was filmed in a retreat setting at the Esalen Institute on the cliffs of Big Sur California overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
  • An invitation to learn and explore at your own pace throughout the year, in the comfort of your own space.
  • Support in your preparation and integration of sacramental plant and psychedelic experiences.
  • As an additional gift, discover incredible content from our friends and faculty including: an audio journey through the forest narrated by Paul Stamets exploring our mycelial family; a microdosing and ceremony experience guided by Indigenous Ceremonialist Xochitl Ashe; and an 8-day Intro to Microdosing Course with Laura Dawn.

What does My Remembership Community Subscription include?

  • You’ll receive 20+ hours of intimate conversations, practices, and guidance from indigenous elders, research scientists, wisdom keepers, and luminaries in the field of plants and psychedelics.
  • A Monthly, Live Salon Event. An opportunity to connect , experience practices and explore questions in our monthly event and community meetup. We’ll connect with what’s most supportive, have time to share with each other, including Q+A w/Dream and other leaders in the emerging ecosystem of sacramental plants and psychedelics.
  • Early invites to retreats and programs designed from the heart to support our community.
  • Access new content as it’s added to our growing library.

“The Entheowheel series is like the perfect Sunday talk show combined with a dazzling Sunday morning church service. An incubator of revelation, featuring marvelously smart messengers.”

Thomas Brod MD, DFAPA

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Meet Your Master Teachers

Xochitl Ashe

A trained herbalist with deep indigenous roots, Xochiti (So-chil) Ashe is a wise facilitator of economic projects because she ‘aligns’ them with the heartbeat of Mother Earth. Initiated at the age of sixteen in her Peruvian healing traditions, she has been a conduit for sacred medicines *and herbs* for twenty years. She works with transformational cacoa and *mushroom* ceremonies in Mexico, especially attending to generational trauma.

Paul Stamets

Paul Stamets, speaker, author, mycologist, medical researcher and entrepreneur, is considered an intellectual and industry leader in fungi: habitat, medicinal use, and production. He lectures extensively to deepen the understanding and respect for the organisms that literally exist under every footstep taken on this path of life showing how mushrooms can help the health of people and the planet. His central premise is that habitats have immune systems, just like people, and mushrooms are cellular bridges between the two. He is the author of many books, including Mycelium Running.

Jyoti Ma

Joyoti Ma was mentored into the medicinal ethneogenic world by originators of this work 30 years ago. Several traditional lines of prayer and ceremony have been passed down to her, informing her life-devotion to unification. As the Grandmother Vision Keeper of the Center for Sacred Studies, Joyoti Ma helped facilitate the convening of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmother’s, founded Kayumari Spiritual Community, The Fountain (focused on preserving sacred sites). Internationally reknown as a spiritual teacher, Joyoti Ma masterfully bridges the worlds of traditional medicine ways and ethneogens.“In every culture except ‘modern’ Western culture, the use of Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness was integrated into everyday life, usually on a community wide level.” – Jyoti Ma

James Fadiman

James Fadiman, PhD, led Esalen’s first psychedelic weekend in 1961. He has been exploring microdosing since 2010. He has taught at 4 universities and published a variety of books including textbooks, professional books, a self-help book, a novel, and a produced play. Recent book Your Symphony of Selves: Discover and Understand More of Who We Are (with Jordan Gruber).

Nana Marina

Marin Cruz is Maya Tz’utujil she is Ajq’iij also called a Nana or spiritual guide, in Tz’ununya San Pedro la Laguna, Guatemala. She is a ceremonial leader and conducts fire and cacao ceremonies and is also a teacher of the Mayan calendar and the Mayan cosmic vision.

Justin Boreta

Justin Boreta is a member of The Glitch Mob, a beat-driven electronic group that has been touring for more than a decade performing around the world at festivals including: Coachella, Burning Man, Lollapalooza, Reading & Leeds and Bonnaroo. Boreta has collaborated with the spiritual teacher Ram Dass and Alan Watts on guided meditations and was recently nominated for a 2021 Grammy for Best New Age Album.

Erika Gagnon

Erika Gagnon is a Canadian ceremonial leader, wisdom carrier & medicine carrier of mixed race ancestry. She has walked a medicine path and Red Road for over 25 years, working with Indigenous elders from North & South America, and their ceremonies, traditions, medicinal plants & altars. With the blessings of her elders to continue their traditions, she leads temazcal (sweat lodge), tobacco, water blessing and other healing ceremonies, as well as personal healing sessions.

Robin Carhart-Harris

Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris moved to Imperial College London in 2008 after obtaining a PhD in Psychopharmacology from the University of Bristol and an MA in Psychoanalysis from Brunel University. At Imperial, Robin designed human brain imaging studies with LSD, psilocybin, MDMA and DMT, a clinical trial of psilocybin for treatment-resistant depression, an ongoing trial comparing psilocybin with escitalopram for major depressive disorder and a multimodal imaging study in healthy volunteers receiving psilocybin for the first time. Robin founded the Centre for Psychedelic Research at Imperial College London in April 2019, the first of its kind in the world, and has an honorary position with the University of Oxford.

Dream Mullick

Dream Mullick is a writer, teacher, producer, death coach and dreamer whose work focuses on the evolution of consciousness and a return to love. She curates programs that combine the world-views of ceremony and science with sacred plant medicines and psychedelics, including the exploration of death as a pathway to liberation. In her practices Dream explores the profound transformative power of death, grief, joy and love. Her latest creation, Entheowheel, launched in collaboration with the Esalen Institute, focuses on the ceremony, science and somatics of sacred plants and psychedelics.

East Forest

East Forest combines modern sound healing techniques with ancient indigenous wisdom to create a form of “musical technology” that NPR calls “just blissful.” He performs widely from TED to Grace Cathedral, and his collaborations include Ram Dass, MC YOGI and Trevor Hall.

Grace Oh

Grace is a multi-disciplinary vibrational artist with practices in Sound Healing, Visual Arts, Healing with Foods, Reiki & Yoga. She has developed a unique lifestyle and practice of integrating multi-modalities of communicating healing artistry over the last 24 years of study and practice, with plant medicines playing an integral role in her journey as a facilitator.

Harry Grammer

Harry Grammer, Ph.D. is a nationwide activist, educator, and psychologist. He founded New Earth in 2004, a community-based organization leading youth justice reform in Los Angeles. Harry has been honored as a CNN Hero, and in 2018 was selected one of 20 inaugural Obama Foundation Fellows from over 20,000 applicants in 191 countries. Dr. Grammer sits on the advisory board for the Kuya Institute for Transformational Medicine in Austin.

Marisa Radha Weppner

Mother, teacher, author, DJ, community organizer, life coach, podcaster, entrepreneur, Radha has taught yoga and meditation since 2002. She uses her graduate degree in transpersonal psychology and life coaching to bring a real-world mix of eastern and western spirituality and psychology to her teachings for self-empowerment and transformation and specializes in Yoga Psychology, Yoga History + Philosophy, Yin Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Meditation and Self-Awakening Yoga.

Sachin Patel

Sachin Patel is a father, husband, functional medicine practice success coach, speaker, and author. He is committed to helping others raise their consciousness, activate their inner doctor, and initiate their deepest healing through the use of lifestyle, breathwork, and a respectful approach to sacred plant medicines. Sachin founded The Living Proof Institute, pioneering a revolutionary approach to patient-centered healthcare through which he coaches hundreds of practitioners around the world.

Claudia Cuentas

Claudia Cuentas is a Peruvian immigrant, a bilingual and bicultural artist, a license marriage and family therapist, a researcher and an educator, specializing in the intersectionality of art, healing trauma, trauma recovery, cultural identity, indigenous knowledge and decolonization of healing.  She has an MA in Counseling Psychology and is trained in Drama Therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, and Trauma Inform Care. She also has extensive studies in Indigenous healing, from her native Aymara and Quechua lineages of South America.

Claudia started her journey as an educator and advocate of art, as a tool for healing and liberation. In becoming a therapist, after her studies at the California Institute of Integral Studies, Claudia focused on serving immigrant communities, families and children. She has worked with undocumented families, refugees, homeless population and women survivors of violence, especially dealing with PTSD. Upon arriving to Portland, Oregon, Claudia joined the team at Conexiones, a Multicultural Center for Trauma Recovery. Claudia has completed parts A and B of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) MDMA Therapy Training Program.  She continues to participate in ongoing training and education on the intersectionality of generational trauma, plant medicine science, eco-informed therapy, nervous system healing and indigenous wisdom.

Claudia also leads workshops in cultural diversity and art as healing, as well as bilingual song circles for the community. She collaborates with organizations as Native American Youth Association, MILPA (Cultivating Change Makers for The Next Seven Generations) and Adelante Mujeres on developing curriculum about trauma recovery and Indigenous ways of healing. Claudia also worked as a consultant with the Ministry of Education in Peru to implement creative pilot programs aimed at preventing violence in the rural schools 2017.

Claudia currently has a private practice in Portland, Oregon. She is committed to continue providing ethical, educational and integrated work to support indigenous, black, brown and immigrant communities recovering from trauma.  Claudia is also a recording musician, a singer songwriter and the founder of the Canta Colibrí Project.

Rosalind Watts

As former Clinical Lead of the Psilocybin for Depression trial at Imperial College London, Rosalind Watts, PhD, led a clinical team which facilitated over a hundred psilocybin treatment sessions. She is now part of a team exploring the potential of DMT as a treatment for depression in the UK.

Ros has published qualitative research suggesting that the central psychological mechanism of psychedelic-assisted therapy could be ‘connectedness to self, others and world’ , which led to the development of a psychometrically validated tool for measuring connectedness, the Watts Connectedness Scale (WCS). Ros has also published a therapy model for psilocybin treatment sessions in medical research settings, ‘Accept, Embody, Connect’ and is about to offer a year-long online community integration process for anyone wanting to maintain long-term connectedness to self, others, and the natural world (Accept, Embody, Connect, Restore).

Millana Snow

Millana is a leading voice in wellness and a trusted source to a diverse global community of clients. As a woman of color with Afro-Latina/Panamanian, mid-western and British roots she speaks to an audience as diverse as her background. As a wellness entrepreneur and healer she has carved out a unique and modern path for her mission of deep healing and connection for everyone, everywhere.

Charles Eisenstein

Charles Eisenstein is an essayist, speaker, and the author of several
books including The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible.

Akua Ofosuhene

4 years ago Akua found out that her 14 year old son had been groomed into a Countylines drug dealing ring while at school in London. The worry, shame and guilt brought on depression, high blood pressure and a cancer scare. Although the police, and youth and social services were ‘doing their best’ Akua realised that institutional outdated practices were not working and she had to find a different way.

Akua learned about psychedelic medicines, alternative healing modalities and African spirituality. By putting these together she was able to treat her depression. After years of research Akua was able to persuade her son to allow her to administer a therapeutic dose of MDMA and psilocybin magic mushrooms. After 4 years of worry during which her son had been arrested numerous times, been attacked with a baseball bat and spent many weeks hauled up in crack and heroin dens, the nightmare was over. Over one weekend, after taking the medicines the nightmare was over and he was finished ‘with the life’. It’s 2 years since then and her son now lives in Ghana where he is studying.

Today Akua advises on intentions, integration and doing the work revealed by the medicine. She advises parents dealing with the effects of grooming and gang activity.  Akua works full time as designer dressmaker and importer of natural and artisanal products from Ghana. She is currently studying to be a psychedelic medicine guide.

Pam Kryskow

Dr. Pamela Kryskow is a medical doctor with a strong interest in chronic pain, mental health and psychedelic medicine. She is a clinical instructor at UBC and adjunct professor at VIU and a founding board member of the Canadian Psychedelic Association. Dr Kryskow is actively involved in research related to psilocybin, MDMA, COVID, mental wellness and neurogenesis and is a co-investigator on the largest microdosing study She is the medical lead on the Roots To Thrive program that treats health care providers and first responders with PTSD, depression, anxiety, and addiction. In real life she loves hiking in the forest, ocean kayaking, growing kale and daydreaming in the hammock.

Buki Fadipe

Buki Fadipe, a writer/content creator, educator, womanist, and healing catalyst, founded Adventures in OM ( an educational resource for those seeking expansion, healing and growth with sacred earth medicines.

Buki was born in Nigeria where she lived until she moved to the UK when she was 11. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Promotion and Communication from the University of the Arts London, is completing a Psychedelic Practitioner training program with Synthesis Institute, and is a certified Hatha Yoga instructor. Her work is rooted in spirituality and reclaiming ancient earth/indigenous wisdom traditions to act as a basis for more earth based and holistic ways of healing. She hopes to combine these elements into a potent mix in a therapeutic psychedelic medicine practice.

Buki runs educational workshops, courses, and one-on-one sessions on preparation, navigation, harm reduction and integration for people seeking holistic alternatives to pharmaceutical drugs and conventional Western medicine. She writes about the intersections of psychedelic healing and spirituality and creates content for a number of psychedelic platforms and retreat organizations.

Buki uses an empowerment model to champion psychedelics for healing intergenerational trauma, decolonization, and self-liberation work—the route to lasting and holistic transformation. She is investigating how psychedelics can be used as a catalyst for healing trauma, ecological justice and how they help us bridge cultural divides, heal ancestral wounds, and create a better future for the global collective. She advocates for diversity and inclusion while creating safe spaces for all people in need of healing, growth, and expansion to educate, share, and heal in union.

Tony Bossis

Anthony P. Bossis, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine conducting FDA-approved clinical research with the psychedelic compound psilocybin since 2009. Dr. Bossis was director of palliative care research and co-principal investigator on the landmark 2016 clinical trial and publication demonstrating a significant reduction in emotional distress from a single psilocybin session in persons with cancer, specifically, a rapid decrease in depression, anxiety, hopelessness, and demoralization along with improvements in spiritual well-being and quality of life (Journal of Psychopharmacology). Dr. Bossis is also study director and lead session guide on the FDA-approved clinical trial evaluating psilocybin-generated mystical experience upon religious leaders. Dr. Bossis is a training supervisor of psychotherapy at NYU-Bellevue Hospital Center and co-founder and former co-director of the Bellevue Hospital Palliative Care Service. He is on the faculty of The Center for Psychedelic Therapies and Research at the California Institute of Integral Studies and a guest editor (with Charles Grob, M.D.) on a special series on psychedelics for the Journal of Humanistic Psychology. He has a long-standing interest in comparative religion and mysticism and on the interface of psychology and spirituality. He maintains a private psychotherapy and consulting practice in NYC.

Laura Dawn

Host of The Psychedelic Leadership Podcast, Laura Dawn is a microdosing mentor for executives and top performers and has been leading transformational retreats for over 10 years. Through her signature programs and retreats, Laura Dawn weaves together science with wisdom to teach business and thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, and creators how to mindfully explore psychedelics and sacred plant medicines as powerful visionary tools for inner transformation and creative manifestation. Through mindset and somatic coaching, she inspires people to truly expand the boundaries of what they believe is possible and embark on the path of heart-centered leadership to influence meaningful change.

Laura Dawn has a degree in Finance and Entrepreneurship and over two decades of exploring altered states of consciousness. Currently, she is completing a Masters in Science specializing in Creativity & Change Leadership, exploring the intersection between psychedelics and creative problem-solving, helping leaders and teams unlock innovative solutions to the complex challenges we collectively face.

Louie Schwartzberg

Louie’s TED talks have over 60 million views on YouTube and his Moving art series on Netflix is in season three. Schwartzberg’s Visual Healing is an offering of unique high-definition, immersive films that seamlessly bring nature and technology together to deliver positive physical, emotional and psychological benefits in healthcare, luxury hotels, and galleries. The Visual Healing program is used to transform spaces into life-like natural environments. For Schwartzberg, the greatest satisfaction is creating works that inspire audiences to celebrate Life and protect what we love.

Natasja Pelgrom

Natasja Pelgrom is a mystic, devoted creative, and visionary whose life’s work is to lead spiritual experiences that support others in their journey of healing and transformational growth. Natasja is the founder of Awaken The Medicine Within Retreats & Online Program. She is a highly intuitive guide and has held training, assisting, and facilitation roles in over 800 psychedelic ceremonies. She has also advised and curated healing programs for other psychedelic wellness companies. Natasja continues to teach empowerment workshops and has developed an online psychedelic integration and self-love program. One of her latest successes is the launch of The Awaken Podcast where she has dedicated her voice to the series “Women in Psychedelics.”