A Global Online Gathering of Shamans
Profound Healing, Authentic Power, Divine Purpose, & Awakened Prosperity
Through Visionary Medicine, Shamanic Tools & Ancient Indigenous Wisdom
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Are You a Modern Shaman?
Are you someone who regularly accesses expanded states of consciousness in order to gain knowledge & insight, communicate with spirits, or journey in multi-dimensional realms, so that you can receive guidance, optimize your potential and affect real change in your life, as well as in the world?
Shamanism is the oldest spiritual tradition on Earth, a path of direct revelation that is indigenous to many regions of the world, and wide-ranging in cultural expression. In some parts of the world, shamanic practices are closely tied with honoring the spirits of the Earth, seasons, and elements. In other places, shamanism can appear like an organized religion, with codes of conduct, belief in higher powers, and a complex pantheon of deities who are worshiped through elaborate rituals.
This resurgence of interest in ancient ways, coupled with the proliferation of visionary medicines beyond their native geographic regions and traditional, cultural uses, is presenting a unique opportunity to humanity to rapidly awaken and evolve.
Never before are record numbers of people accessing so quickly the exalted states of consciousness that were once the closely guarded secrets of esoteric mystery schools, unlocked after years and decades of rigorous spiritual training.
However, there are many, many risks that can arise in this wild west world where cultures, medicines, beliefs, practices, and techniques are being mixed and mashed into unique expressions of neo-shamanism.
Inexperienced, unscrupulous shamans and facilitators, dangerous mixing of medicine, unexpected intuitive openings, extraordinary sense perceptions into multi-dimensional reality and intrusive paranormal experiences are some of the things that one can encounter in the world of modern shamanism.
Navigate the World of Modern Shamanism Safely
And to direct you to the true message of visionary experiences, which are an invitation for you to heal your shadow, discover your own soul’s purpose, claim your unique gifts, and become a visionary agent of change yourself, if you choose to heed the calling.
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Yours free when you register for the Modern Shaman Mystery School, the Modern Shaman Playbook gives you an overview of the “Global Shamanic Revival”, the entire event program, and provides a study guide for you to deepen your inquiry into the various aspects of modern shamanism and neo-shamanism that call for integrity.
You also get access to dozens of FREE mind-expanding downloads provided by our speakers, from guided meditations, video trainings & entire courses just for being a part of this global online gathering.
Your Shamanic Guides
Lorna LianaAyahuasca Activism & Awakened Entrepreneurship
The Indigenous Cultural Renaissance & De-Colonialization of Medicine
Jocelyn MercadoThe Ancient Mother Goddess Consciousness
Tony MossAyahuasca and the Racial Divide
Yamile YemoonyahThe 7 Kinds of Spirit Guides & How to Consciously Communicate with Yours
Mallku AribaloThe Andean Master Path: Power Plants & Wisdom of the Ancestors
Elayne Kalila DoughtyThe Modern Priestess Path of Sacred Leadership
Peter GormanKambo – The Rise & Risks of the Amazonian Frog Medicine
Voices from the Amazon
Activists & Indigenous leaders from the Brazilian Amazon share their thoughts on shamanism, tribal culture, what we can learn from the indigenous people & why citizens of a modern, hyper-connected world should care about what happens to the Amazon.
José Carlos Meirelles
Niraj NaikPower of Breath to Transform Your Life
Elizabeth BastThe Wisdom of Iboga Integration
Carlos TannerAyahuasca: In the Amazon & Around the Globe
Nicki ScullyAccessing the Ancient Egyptian Mysteries
Jennifer SodiniBecoming Fluent in Dream Language
Itzhak BeeryWhat the Yachaks of the Andes Can Teach Us
Lola Medicine KeeperConnect with Your Shamanic Lineage and Heal Ancestral Shame
Marie MbouniA New Approach to Soul Retrieval
Shamanism, Racism & Cultural Appropriation in a Multicultural World
The worldwide expansion of sacred plant medicine ceremonies beyond their cultural boundaries has been coined a “global shamanic revival”. Increasing numbers of Westerners are traveling to the Amazon, Central America, and Africa to participate in tribal ceremonies, initiations and festivals. This heightened interest in indigenous culture has fueled an indigenous cultural renaissance in the Amazon and elsewhere.
At the forefront of this “Global Shamanic Revival” are Western teachers of shamanism, facilitators of plant medicine ceremonies, and neoshamans. Western participants in these events don feathers and face paint, often applied by the indigenous themselves. Yet underneath this fascination with indigenous culture, the roots of racism, colonialism and cultural appropriation persist. How can Western ceremony facilitators offer and be compensated for their services, without perpetuating colonialism. How can Western practitioners of shamanism embrace indigenous culture, without appropriating it? How can those who walk the path of plant medicine shamanism do so in right relation to the people who are the cultural guardians of these medicine traditions?
Lola Medicine Keeper
Jan Engels-SmithSoul Retrieval and Depossession: The Cornerstones of Shamanism
L.R. HeartsongThe Shamanic Path: Initiation, Evolution and Enlightenment
Tricia EastmanBufo Alvarius & Neo-Shamanism – A New Path of Awakening?
Joe TafurAyahuasca Healing – Biology, Emotion, Spirituality & Epigenetics
Julian PalmerDMT, Ayahuasca & Paranormal Protection
Sitaramaya SitaDieta – Ayahuasca, Master Plants & Plant Perfumes (Pusangas)
Maria Teresa ChavezPreparing for Plant Medicine & Ibogaine Therapy
Ara CampbellUsing Natural Energy for Clearing, Grounding & Protection
Sex, Sacred Medicine & the Psychedelic Patriarchy
Sexual assault and misconduct among shamans has long plagued the plant medicine shamanism community, resulting in prolonged physical and emotional trauma for ceremony participants, rather than healing. But is it “wrong” for a shaman to sleep with a ceremony participant? When do accepted cultural behaviors transgress into sexual addiction and predation? And is it all okay if the participant indeed wants to have sex with the shaman?
Beyond the misconduct of individual shamans & medicine facilitators, how is it possible to address pervasive sexist attitudes in the greater culture? From the Amazon basin to the Psychedelic community, how can men and women address patriarchy and sexual predation in a way where male leaders hold themselves accountable and experience appropriate and meaningful consequences for misconduct, in a way that doesn’t perpetuate victim-shaming or professional pariah-hood for women who speak out?
Leaders in the psychedelic & shamanic community discuss the Importance of a code of ethics in ceremony spaces.
Amber ZuckswertCreating Deeply Transformative & Healing Retreats
Jonathon S.M.WAncient Spirits & Mysticism in the Upper Amazon
Emily StroiaCreating a Spiritual Practice through Intuition & Mediumship
Guillaume GauthereauHealing Trauma & Remembering Your Soul Purpose with Plant Medicine
Vivien VilelaThe Power of Initiation for the Urban Soul
Oscar Matzuwa Valdez
The Traditional & Medicinal Use of Peyote in North America
Stephen GrayCannabis and Spirituality: The Revival of an Ancient Plant Spirit Ally
Kevin OroszBridging the Gap: Modern Ancients & Microdosing
Deanne AdamsonAddiction Recovery with Sacred Plant Medicines
Jerry BrownPsilocybin & the Psychedelic Gospels
Rachel HarrisListening to Ayahuasca
Michael StoneThe Connection Between Quantum Physics & Shamanism
Tayria Ward, Ph.D.Dream Work, Heart Work
Kyle BullerPsychedelic Integration & Cognitive Liberty
Julie MeglerHealing Trauma with Entheogens
Amanda Elo'EshHow to Build A Prosperous Spiritual Business of Integrity
Nan AkashaMultidimensional Mastery: Accelerate Healing, Manifesting and Soul Alignment
Mellisa BottaliShamanic Medicine Journey without Taking the Medicine
ICEERS: Ethnobotanical Education, Research & Service
ICEERS is an international non-profit organization dedicated to transforming society’s relationship with psychedelic plants. They provide support and information to promote safe psychoactive plant use, advocate for public policies based on human rights, and build bridges between traditional knowledge and science to address some of society’s most challenging health conditions at their roots.
Benjamin De Loenen
Transforming Society’s Relationship with Psychoactive Plants
Ayahuasca Traditions, Ayahuasca Tourism & The Ethics of Intercultural Encounters
José Carlos Bouso
Psychedelics, Shamanism & Potential Risky Admixtures
Integration of Psychedelic Experiences: A Psychotherapeutic Approach
About Your HostDeep in the heart of the Brazilian Amazon, Lorna Liana discovered her purpose and her divine calling while drinking visionary plant medicines with indigenous shamans. She was given a mission:
“To leverage emerging technologies to preserve indigenous traditions, so that ancient wisdom can benefit the modern world, and technology can empower indigenous people.”
In pursuit of this mission, Lorna became a new media strategist to sustainable brands, social ventures and visionary entrepreneurs, helping them attract their tribe and ignite a movement around their mission-driven businesses. Through podcasting, video blogging and social media, she shares the stories of both indigenous people and the world’s foremost experts in psychedelic science, modern shamanism, and consciousness research to inspire each and every one of us to explore the depths of our minds, spirits, planet…and evolve.
For the past 4 years Lorna has built her business as a digital nomad, living in Thailand, Bali, Mexico, Brazil, Costa Rica, Hawaii, and Spain. She helps intuitives become visionary leaders, and visionary leaders inspire a movement.
About The ArtistAnderson Debernardi was born on the 12th of June ,1968 in Orellana (Distrito de Vargas Guerra) a small town near Ucayali river in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest . When he was 5 years old his family moved to Iquitos. A particularly gifted student during primary and secondary school, Andy won many local art competitions.
Andy was one of founding students of the Usko-Ayar Amazonian School of Painting which was established in 1988 in the city of Pucallpa by Pablo Amaringo and Luis Eduardo Luna. He held key roles in the project as the financial administrator as well as one of the main teachers. In 1992 he was invited along with Pablo Amaringo and two other members of the Usko-Ayar School to Tampere, Finland. In 1995 Andy painted a large 20 square meters mural for the South American Building of the Helsinki Zoo. Andy was later commissioned to paint 16 murals in the South American and African building over the course of 5 years. This work has been presented many times in Finland, where Andy is a very well-known artist. Along with numerous exhibitions in Peru, in cultural institutions and diplomatic circles, his work has also been shown in the United States. He has also participated in different editions of the Noche de Arte en Lima organized by USAFIS. His international activity is quite well known in Washington, Wyoming (Cheyenne), Colorado (Denver), Japan, England, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Colombia.