Amanda is pleased and honored to be leading the MycoMeditations Women's Retreat, October 11th-18th, 2018 in Treasure Beach, Jamaica. Workshops and activities will include:
Vibrational sound tuning and singing circle
Human Connection Workshop
Improv in the Moment Mindfulness Workshop
Psychedelic preparation & integration circles
Creating a Sacred Altar Workshop
More from the MycoMeditations Website
“Psilocybin is one of the most effective psychedelic therapy methods for the management of conditions such as treatment-resistant depression, various forms of anxiety, PTSD, and addiction. Psilocybin-assisted therapy can catalyze enormous positive and lasting changes within individuals, as well as help unlock creative and spiritual potential, too.
Modern research is proving what traditional societies always knew, and what we, at MycoMeditations, have been seeing for years: little mushrooms can make big changes!
We have also found that the greatest immediate change is realized through subsequent dosing incorporated into a focused yet flexible psychedelic retreat setting rather than single dose, highly controlled sessions. Our team strives to ensure that conditions are met for you to get the most out of your work with psilocybin.
Our treatment model incorporates traditional knowledge, modern research, and psilocybin-assisted therapeutic practices. This allows participants to integrate and incorporate lasting lessons and insights gained from their psilocybin experience into daily life upon returning home from their psychedelic retreat.”
Why Choose Psilocybin?
While all psychedelic plants are sacred tools for self improvement, our focus is Psilocybin.
These mushrooms, known for millennia to initiate deep psychological healing are once again gaining notice scientifically.
As far as psychedelics go, Psilocybin is overall a gentle teacher. Rarely do mushrooms induce vomiting or physical discomfort.
This isn't to say mushroom experiences are always easy, which is why preparation, integration and experienced facilitators such as ours are important.