Shamanic Integration

With honor and respect to the traditions, integrating ancestral technologies with modern protocols designed to address the ailments of the “Western mind.”

A resource by Tricia Eastman

We are in the midst of unprecedented times, still in a state of liminality and uncertainty. Many of us feel Anger, Grief and unsettling anxiousness. We crave togetherness in our aloneness, community connection for which we have been starved for many months, to be heard, to be seen. We crave connection with nature, with each other, with our ancestors. These traumas that are coming up go beyond one event, they have been carried in our epigenetics for centuries. These are wounds that go down to the roots, and our ancestors spoke to their wounds by connecting with their ancestors before them.

Beyond traditional psychedelic integration, this is a supported experience that leverages the distinct algorithms in all living things and the scientific the laws of nature. We are here to create a container, to bring ritual that will honor our sacred feelings. We look at your life holistically, incorporating shamanic tools to upgrade your life. Self-optimization recommendations and exercises are incorporated to accelerate you towards your vision.

The focus of this work is on creative empowerment. When we put the focus on the creative path, our shadow aspects naturally arise and healing happens as a side effect. Many people get overly caught up in the healing path and seek medicine work, coaching, and even spirituality as simply a means to relieve suffering. The process ends up becoming similar to an addiction, with the healing being the relief of pain rather than an opportunity for growth. This underlying intention actually gets you stuck in a repeating cycle of re-living the pain without actually getting to the source of it.

My Inspiration

Tricia Eastman is medicine women, author, and pioneer in the psychedelic movement. Eastman offers highly curated retreats in countries where use is legal working with iboga, psilocybin mushrooms, and 5-MeO-DMT. She has been initiated into Bwiti traditions of Fang and Ngonde Missoko tradition, as well as facilitated the psychospiritual iboga program for Crossroads Treatment Center in Mexico. She supports projects related to preservation of the sacred sites and plant medicines for future generations, as well as working with the ancient wisdom traditions with respect and reverence.

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