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Emerging From the Post-Witch Hunt Era: Bridging Science and the Sacred Through Psychedelics, Indigenous Knowing, and the Invisible
There has long been a divide between science and other ways of knowing, between the linear and nonlinear, but we are called to become more. What are the best next steps to navigate these liminal times? Can we move beyond gurus and embrace our inner and collective knowing? How do we move beyond polarization and embrace integration? In this conversation, Maya Shetreat, MD, will share how we got to this fragmented place and offer ways to invite sacred perspectives into the conversation of wellbeing, to shed old narratives, and to live a more enchanted life.
In this session, you’ll discover:
- How we got to this fragmented place
- Ways to invite sacred perspectives into the conversation of wellbeing
- How to shed old narratives, and to live a more enchanted life
Maya Shetreat, MD
Maya Shetreat, MD, is an adult and pediatric neurologist who believes we can inhabit more than one identity. She's spoken around the world, has been iterviewed on NPR and Dr. Oz, and has been featured in The New York Times. She also listens and talks to plants daily. She's a mystic and ancient astrologer who is grounded in mitochondria, the microbiome, and mycelial science. She's an herbalist, artist, ceremonialist, urban farmer, and forager. She is author of two books...The Master Plant Experience: The Science, Safety, and Sacred Ceremony of Psychedelics... and The Dirt Cure... which have been translated into 10 languages. Maya is an expert in many things, and also always endeavors to remain a beginner.
Maya created Quantum Drops, also known as Ceremony in a Bottle, a vibrational psychedelic master plant product that is legal, safe, and deeply transformative. She is founder of the Terrain Institute, where she offers free ceremonies, microdosing coaching, and Portal, a training for those who want to become psychedelic-informed professionals.