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Psychedelic Feminism and Self-Actualization
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Psychedelics, while proven to be beneficial by many studies for mental health purposes, are still illegal for recreational use in the United States. However, one group of feminists have received a grant to pursue their vision of a more connected and healthy community of women. The organization, Cosmic Sisters, have been journeying into the depths of the Amazon and experimenting with the psychedelic Ayahuasca. The results? Overwhelmingly positive and healing. These feminists think that their experiences can not only help themselves, but help others. Your typical view of feminism is about to be transformed...

"It's about love and compassion and forgiving others and ourselves. It's also healing wounds and working through issues that affect women, including trauma, depression, anxiety, anger, fear, low self-esteem, addictions, and eating disorders." - Zoe Helene

December 2016