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The 11th Spirit Plant Medicine Conference 2022 The Role of Psychedelics for a Planet in Transition

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AMS Student Nest 6133 University Boulevard Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1 Canada

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About this event

Life on planet Earth is changing faster than most of us could possibly have imagined only a few short years ago. The need for new (and ancient) visions of wisdom and compassion is greater than ever. When understood and used in optimal conditions and effectively integrated into the daily walk, the psychedelic, sacramental healing and awakening plants and related substances are arguably the most potent allies and tools available to struggling humanity in these tumultuous times.

But these powerful substances are not the story itself. At their best they are in service of this overarching vision and urgent need for a “turning of the wheel.” We at the Spirit Plant Medicine Conference are passionately committed to providing a platform for the sharing of insight and wisdom toward this vision and prayer for humanity, for all inhabitants of the planet, and for the Earth itself.

To that end, we have been bringing leading influencers in fields related to psychedelics and consciousness change to Vancouver, Canada for 11 years. Over the course of that time we have learned from the presenters and participants themselves that this is a rare and special conference that has not only generated great information, inspiration, and community-strengthening connections, but has evoked a remarkable, empowering heart quality among those attending.

You are warmly invited to join us for this seminal and potentially life-altering event, for yourself and for all our relatives on the beautiful blue planet.

The Spirit Plant Medicine Team.

2022 Presenters

One of the defining and all but unique features of the beloved Spirit Plant Medicine Conference, now in its 11th year in Vancouver, Canada, is its diversity and its range of perspectives on psychedelics and consciousness transformation. Each year we have a more or less equal balance of female and male presenters with significant indigenous and BIPOC representation.

Our speakers have included influential ceremonialists, therapists, philosophers, visionary mystics, advocates, activists, and academics – always with a keen eye on sharing “actionable” information and inspiration for individual and collective healing for a planet in transition.

The speakers this year include strong indigenous representation from Nicole Horseherder, Diné (Navajo) from Arizona; Belinda Eriacho, Diné (Navajo) and A:shiwi (Pueblo of Zuni); Taino/Irish medicine practitioner and artist Yaya Erin Rivera Merriman from California; Canadian indigenous elder Phil Lane Jr; and African American force of nature Hanifa Nayo Washington.

And . . . the likes of legendary anthropologist and recipient of the Order of Canada Wade Davis; influential psychedelic feminism advocate and activist Zoe Helene of Cosmic Sister; deep psychonautic visionary Chris Bache; internationally known “Medicine Hunter” Chris Kilham; beloved psychedelic elder Dennis McKenna; scientific mystic and wizard Dr. Bruce Damer; Culture influencer and Pulitzer Prize nominated author Jamie Wheal; integrative physician Dr. Selma Holden; another legendary anthropologist and author of books like the iconic DNA and the Cosmic Serpent Jeremy Narby; leading San Pedro cactus spokespeople Laurel Anne Sugden and her Peruvian husband Josip Orlovac; internationally known “Medicine Hunter” Chris Kilham; harm-reduction expert Dr. Crystal Dawn; and highly-regarded (sorry, no pun intended) cannabis educators Josh Sarvis and Kelly Dunn of Dragonfly Earth Medicine.

For the best value and savings visit: www.SpiritPlantMedicine.com

Early bird tickets on sale till August 31, 2022, or while quantities last.

Coupon Code: SPMC22EB