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Plant medicines, psychedelics, and tantra

  • Tantra

Induce a trance state to become present in the here and now.

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  • Apr 14, 2023
  • 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Europe/Madrid
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About this Workshop

Reaching trance states is an essential part of Tantric rituals. Trance states help slow down time, become present in the here and now, and become hyperaware of the energies within and around you. Trance states can be induced using different methods, one being the intake of plant medicines. Plants have been used for thousands of years to help us survive and thrive.

The World Health Organization has estimated that across the world, 80% of people use herbal medicines for some part of their primary healthcare needs. The term plant medicine is used to describe the plants that assist with healing the body. These medicines can be made from the plant’s roots, herbs, fungi, and trees; all of these are naturally growing worldwide. When plant medicines help with a spiritual transformation, they are sometimes called psychedelics. They can be used to help heal the body, mind, and soul.

A series of recent studies suggests that psychedelics may be useful for alleviating depression and anxiety, PTSD, and addiction. During the 1950s and 1960s, there was considerable interest in the potential for psychedelics to treat mental illness and substance use researchers published more than 1,000 scientific papers during this period showing the promise of certain drugs.

Plant medicine is about facing the difficulties of life in a safe and supportive environment. Used in the context of community and ritual, ingestion of plant medicines is seen as a powerful healing modality. Ingestion of these plants is taken very seriously, and the ability to use them is seen as a privilege.

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This workshop is facilitated by

Sara Mosadegh

  • Nomadic nurse educator
  • Trauma-informed tantrika
  • Tantric Embodiment coach

Sara integrates her academic and clinical background in Nursing Practice (pediatrics, oncology, end-of-life care, pain management, and global and cultural health) with holistic integrative and complementary therapies. She helps clients identify their mental and physical triggers, patterns, or blocks to shift perspective and heal. With a trauma-informed therapeutic approach, Sara combines a broad set of traditional and non-traditional modalities to highlight mindfulness and self-awareness. Through a combination of talk, touch, and movement exercises, you will identify and release unhealthy patterns and responses to develop self-awareness and self-regulation.

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How to prepare for the session:

  • Take time to reflect on your intentions and motivations before attending the workshop.
  • Find a quiet and secure space where you feel comfortable and safe and where you cannot be overheard by others.
  • Prepare your space to be sacred and special. You can use candles, create a small altar, use any numerous symbolic figures for you. It is vital that you establish an environment where you are excited to be, and you feel safe and protected.
  • Allow and accept your emotions without resistance or judgment.
  • Be prepared to let go of any preconceptions or judgments about the practice and approach it with an open mind.
  • Remember that it is okay to pause or take a break if you feel overwhelmed or triggered.

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