Zoe Helene with Spirit Bundle by Tracey Eller


Sacred psychedelic medicines can help people heal, self-liberate, and move forward in brilliant and revolutionary ways. In our TEMENO Circles, we explore individual and collective work in the medicine space, including methods for evoking intentional journeying with sacred plant medicines. (To "evoke" means to "call up into the conscious mind.")

For millennia, females have been oppressed by an extreme power imbalance that warps how we are evolving as a species. Everyone across the gender spectrum is harmed by the patriarchal, power-over model. Creating a true balance of power across the gender spectrum—globally—is the only way humans (and non-humans) will survive.

Psychedelics can help us access the wilderness within to identify, explore, and heal unhealthy roots of human suffering, such as wounds and disempowering social programming related to surviving and thriving in—and rising in resistance of—global male-dominance.

Psychedelic Feminism is hopeful and loving. Blaming men for everything is sexist, no matter how much of our rage is righteous. We’re in relationship with each other and with all of life on earth.

Psychedelic Feminism—TEMENO Circles (Women Only)

People from all over the world are working with sacred plant spirit medicines for healing, empowerment, and self-liberation. Zoe Helene’s TEMENO Circles explore women’s work “in the medicine” space, including core concepts of “set and setting” and three key stages of preparation, immersion and integration. Together we explore methods for “evoking intentions” in preparation for intentional journeying with sacred plant medicines. Zoe Helene also shares wisdom learned from more than a decade of women’s empowerment work with sacred plant spirit medicine, including cannabis and traditional ayahuasca ceremonies in the Peruvian Amazon. WOMEN ONLY, please, and no recording devices.

Psychedelic Feminism—TEMENO Circles (Full Spectrum)

Full Spectrum TEMENO Circles welcome all respectful, open-hearted people who are interested in exploring the effects of damaging patriarchal programming, and the wounds and demons they carry from surviving in a culture suffering from gross, long-term gender-imbalance. ALL WELCOME. No recording devices.

The word “temeno” is an Indigenous Éllinas (Greek) word for sacred space that is often, but not always, in the wilderness. Most people use the word “Temenos,” which is a version of the original word appropriated by later colonizers.

Photo: Zoe's matrilineal ancestors burned Cannabis, Greek sage (Salvia fruticosa), Cedar (Cedrus libani) and Lavender (Lavandula) in spiritual healing ceremonies.


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To turn off all electronic devices (other than that one you need to participate virtually)

To be respectful and kind to others

To participate by sharing, at least once (this is not a spectator sport)

To not record the event in any way (no videos, photos, audio, etc.)

To respect the privacy of others by not sharing anything discussed without specific written permission.

To not disparage individuals or entities participating or running the event.

That the content discussed herein is NOT intended as professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment recommendation, personal suggestion, or endorsement.