Entheogens and the Dying Process

Kathleen Maier, RH (AHG), PA
Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - 8:00pm to 9:00pm EST

This live webinar event will take place at 8:00 pm EST (7:00pm Central Time, 6:00pm Mountain Time, and 5:00pm Pacific Time).

The rise in interest in entheogenic medicines (hallucinogenic) has given medicine a deeper understanding not only to these plants but also our endocrine function and physiology. This class will look at the chemistry of these plants, N,N-Dimethyltryptamine in particular, and see how these teachers give  instruction for the death and dying process. Not to be used at transition, but as tools to navigate pathways of the process. We will also look at the effect of the popularization of these sacraments and the impact inappropriate use has had on indigenous cultures as well as our own.

Kathleen Maier, RH (AHG), PA, has been a practicing herbalist for over twenty years. She is currently director of Sacred Plant Traditions in Charlottesville, VA where she offers a Three Year Clinical/Community Herbalist training program. SPT’s free clinic was one of the first on the east coast and is still growing strong. She is a founding Board member of Common Ground Healing Arts, which is a collective of practitioners that offer their services to Charlottesville on a donation basis. She also sits on the United Plant Savers Board and was the recipient of their first Medicinal Plant Conservation Award. Kathleen’s studies of plants began as a Peace Corps volunteer in Chile and her training as a Physician’s Assistant allows her to weave the language of medicine we know today with traditional energetic systems. She is co-author of Bush Medicine of San Salvador Island, Bahamas.

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