Mia Cara Cosco at Burning Man

Mia Cara Cosco
Cosmic Sister Emerging Voices Award
with SPMC

Congratulations Cosmic Sister Emerging Voices Award (CS EVA) recipient Mia Cara Cosco (@miacosco)!

Vancouver, BC-based Mia Cara Cosco led the first entheogenic research organization at the University of British Columbia, where she graduated with a Psychology degree. She is a public vanguard of psychedelic reform as president of the first Psychedelic Society in Vancouver, BC. She managed Perception Medicine Foundation and worked with revolutionary thought leaders to solve mysteries around spontaneous remission and curing irreversible illnesses.

Mia is writing a book on technology, female leadership, and women's empowerment work in Southeast Asia. She works with executives of mid-level market companies to boost conscious businesses centered around AI, transformative technology, spiritual science, and quantum psychology. She recently attended her first Burning Man and discovered, “At some point, we forgot to play. At some point, we forgot how meaningful it is to experience unhindered joy for Life.”

Mia is currently in Luang Prabang, Laos, during the end of Buddhist Lent, when monks hide themselves to study teachings of the Buddha and meditate. She will be spending most days in a monastery to teach English to the monks.

Mia holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of British Columbia and an Associate of Arts in Psychology from Langara College.

In partnership with Spirit Plant Medicine Conference in Vancouver, BC, Nov 1 - 3, 2019, the Cosmic Sister Emerging Voices Award (CS EVA) increases visibility for talented women in the field of psychedelics who work tirelessly in supportive, behind-the-scenes roles, as well as talented newcomers who shine in spotlight positions.

October 2019