Psychedelic Women's Circle
- Wed 13th Sep 2017, 6:30pm – 10pm
- Apiary Studios, Hackney Road, London
As we begin to enter Autumn and approach the Equinox, it is time to reflect on our year so far, and all the joy we have experienced. Through various gratitude practices we will come to understand how powerful this simple tool is for creating joy, harmony and wellbeing in ourselves.
It is harvest time! so bring fruit and delicious healthy snacks to share and remind ourselves of the abundance of life.
"Bringing her wisdom, kindness and love, Gaia creates a delicious little crucible which we can all enter into and hang out in, with our truths, our vulnerabilities, our troubles and our joys... together. The result is different every time. The result is quite simply alchemy."
- Mariella, Participant
A bi-weekly Meet Up for female bodied or identified people with an interest in the psychedelic experience for transformation. A community of like minded souls coming together to support and celebrate existence.
Psychedelics can help us to open our minds, heal and grow through the re-patterning of our behaviours. The aim of the Women's Circle is to create a space with similar opportunities for opening, healing and growth, without the use of psychedelic substances.
We do this through embodied practices such as meditation, chanting, emotional release, dance, kundalini, play and prayer which can transport us into altered states of consciousness where transformation can occur.
We are a psychedelic sisterhood who come together to share how our psychedelic experiences have helped us to grow and heal.
We reject patriarchal systems which encourage competition between women causing separation and disempowerment. The psychedelic experience breaks down this illusion of separation and imbues us with feelings of deep connection to one other and Mother Nature, resulting in transformational healing and empowerment.
IT IS TIME TO STEP INTO A NEW STORY OF WOMANHOOD, ONE WHICH ALLOWS OUR MOST VIBRANT, EMPOWERED SELVES TO EMERGE.
We request a contribution of £15 per person per session, or £10 for those with low income.