Ayahuasca vine caapi flowering by Tom Newmark

Women’s Sacred Ayahuasca Journeys
Herbstalk (Panel)
with moderator Aja Atwood

PLANS MAY CHANGE DUE TO COVID-19

Urban gardener Sabrina Pilet-Jones, postpartum doula Julia Moore, natural products consultant Caitlin Moakley, and living wall designer Estefani Vidal share wisdom earned from their sacred ayahuasca journeys in the Peruvian Amazon. All four women are recipients of Cosmic Sister’s Plant Spirit Grant, a merit-based educational advocacy initiative that helps women experience authentic ayahuasca ceremonies with indigenous Shipibo Onanya (ancestral healers). Cosmic Sister founder Zoe Helene will be on hand to answer questions. Cannabis tech entrepreneur Aja Atwood will moderate the panel.

Cosmic Sister (@CosmicSister) is an environmental feminist educational advocacy group founded by cultural activist Zoe Helene, who originated the term “Psychedelic Feminism,” a sub-genre of feminism that embraces sacred plants and fungi, including ayahuasca, peyote, iboga, San Pedro cactus, psilocybin mushrooms and cannabis, as nature’s co-evolutionary allies for women's healing and self-liberation. Cosmic Sister advocates for informed intentional journeying with these medicines in a safe, legal set and setting from a women’s empowerment perspective.

Herbstalk 2020, held in Somerville, MA, is planed for June 6 and 7 with secured backup dates of Sept 5th and 6th, due to Coronavirus.

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September 2020