Books

At Chacruna – Mestre Irineu: A Black Man Who Changed the History of Ayahuasca

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At Chacruna: Abuses and Lack of Safety in the Ibogaine Community

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At Chacruna: The Art of Listening with Licia Sky

Maria Mocerino A near-death experience as a child set Licia Sky on the path to becoming a healer. This life-changing vision became a guide on how […]

Can Psychedelics Reveal Memories of Sexual Abuse?

Dee Dee Goldpaugh A client arrives for a first appointment at my office. She shares that, during an intentional MDMA experience with a sitter, she recovered […]

At Chacruna: Should Psychedelic Humanities Promote Psychedelic Humanism?

Nicolas Langlitz Psychedelia is becoming more diverse. Among the new viewpoints mushrooming at conferences and on panels is psychedelic humanism. When German social scientist Henrik Jungaberle […]

Estudo com Ayahuasca reforça ligação entre depressão e inflamação

Originalmente publicado em Folha de S.Paulo.

At Chacruna: How Set and Setting Shape Psychedelic Cultures

Ido Hartogsohn, Ph.D. Experimental psychedelic voyaging has long been a distinct cultural movement. Born of the ecstatic, life-transforming experiences that commonly occur under the effect of […]

New Psychedelic Online Conferences and Safe Spaces for People of Color

Monnica T. Williams and Bia Labate As we continue to face the challenges of the global pandemic, more and more conferences are going online. This has […]

Is Ayahuasca Cultural Heritage of Brazil?

Henrique Fernandes Antunes  Ayahuasca, a drink produced from two plants native to the Amazon region, has gained notoriety in Brazil and internationally, especially because it contains […]

Profitdelic: A New Psychedelic Conference Trend

Ashleigh Murphy-Beiner Almost a decade ago, Breaking Convention hosted the UK’s first-ever psychedelic conference at Kent University. Little did the organizers know, back then, that this would play […]

At Chacruna | Kilindi Iyi tribute video: psychedelic pioneer with high-dose psilocybin

Chacruna honors the life and legacy of Ahati Kilindi Iyi, a worldwide pioneer in psychedelic science and healing and a prominent figure in the community of […]

At Chacruna: Urgency of Community Aid in the Mental Health Crisis

Jordana Grader and Dana Kittrelle Pema Sheth is a shamanic practitioner who offers healing circles in Oakland to heal ailments such as PTSD, addiction, and depression. […]

At Chacruna: Lessons for Psychedelic Advocacy from the Front Lines of Cannabis Reform

Allan Steiner In 2016, I found myself with the horrifying responsibility of informing traditional cannabis farmers, with decades of cultivation experience, that their assets and knowledge […]

At Chacruna: Ayahuasca is Helping the Global North to Discover the Sacredness of Tobacco

Leonardo Rodríguez has a Ph.D I am a Colombian national, based in Geneva, where I work with a project to give visibility to sacred plants, including […]