We are excited to share this week’s featured panel, ‘Envisioning Collective Healing: New Paradigms and Practices for Psychedelics, Madness & Awakening.’
This panel features the following presentations:
Little Suzy’s Adventures in the Elsewhere Space: The Transformative Potential of Psychedelics in Healing the Wounded Inner Child
Psychedelic Transformation or Drug Addiction?: Conversations about Psychedelic Use in Professional and Personal Live
Lily Kay Ross
“But you created this so you could learn something": Posttraumatic growth, individualising social burdens, and recuperation of dominant discourse
Anjali Nath Upadhyay
Lunatics and Decolonial Awakening
Psychedelics’ paradigm shifting potential: Unravelling the collective shadow of psychiatric kyriarchy
SUBMIT QUESTIONS TO OUR PANELISTS
After watching the videos, we invite you to share questions and comments to our panelists via this FORM, which will remain open from Saturday March 20th-Friday March 26th. The panelists will meet to discuss these questions in late March and a recording of that conversation will be captioned and posted on the website in April.
‘HISTORIES AND LEGACIES I’ PANEL Q&A DISCUSSION NOW AVAILABLE
Earlier this month, the panelists for ‘Histories and Legacies I: Colonization, State Violence, and Paradigms of Psychedelic Science and Spirituality’ gathered to discuss audience questions and comments submitted through our website form. This conversation -- with Camille Barton, Jules Evans, Phoebe Friesen, Dana Strauss, and moderated by Imani Robinson -- is now available to view. Many thanks to the panelists for their contributions to the conference!
PLEASE DONATE AND HELP SPREAD THE WORD!
As always, please help us spread the word about the conference using the hashtag #PsychedelicMadness2021.
Please also consider donating to our GoFundMe campaign if you are able. We are deeply grateful to those who already have!
FORMS NOW OPEN FOR THE FOLLOWING DISCUSSION PANELS
We invite you to submit questions related to the following themed Discussion Panels. The speakers will meet in late March/early April to discuss your questions:
Psychedelic Guide and Therapeutic Abuse
The Madness of the Gender Binary
New Forms of Care for BIPOC Communities
Next week, on Saturday March 27th we will release the videos for Presentation Panel 8, entitled ‘Histories and Legacies II: Interviews with Elders.’ This panel features conversations with David Lukoff, Mariavittoria Mangini, David Presti, Howard Whitehouse, and Wiremu NiaNia.
Many many thanks everyone, and especially to the captioning team and this week’s presenters: Xanthe, Gabrielle, Lily, Anjali, and Sab!
The PMA2021 Organizing Team