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Ancient Essentials: Return To Ritual

Deepen Your Relationship with Ritual and Ceremony

Greetings, dear one

Welcome! I’m so grateful that you’ve landed here.

Living a life of ritual and ceremony is always available to you,

… And, if you’re like me you grew up learning about your basic physical needs,
without
the teachings from elders or mentors often found in traditional cultures.

Ritual and ceremony are core essentials for a healthy life.

And with all the noise out there, how do we nourish that which is truly essential?

As I see it, we’re a culture with more abundance than it knows what to do with,

and yet we’re often starving.

We’re starving because we’re disconnected from what’s truly essential.

Just as healthy water is essential, so too, are ceremony and ritual

If you feel this way too,
and would like more ritual and ceremony in your daily life,
we’ve gathered this bundle for you!

Is Ancient Essentials For Me?

Are you curious about psychedelics and the more ceremonial aspects of these medicines?

Or would you like to connect with more rituals in your life?

Would you love to learn how to build a personal altar from an elder grandmother, or to open and close a ceremonial container with meditations and prayers?

Are you curious to connect with your dream team of allies, ancestors, the spirits of the psychedelic medicines themselves, learn prayers and practices to connect with your creativity, clear your energy and tap into a deeper level of listening?

These are some of the reasons that Ancient Essentials may be right for you!

What You’ll Receive:

Build Your Personal AltarReceive a Wisdom PrayerConnect With Your Aligned AncestorsTap into a Heart-Centered MeditationExplore a Sun and Earth MeditationDeepen Your Roots with a Grounding PracticeEmbody the Alder TreeUnblock Your Channels and Create FlowLearn the Art of Listening with East ForestEmbody The Path of the HeartReconnect With Your Creative EssenceJourney with the Forest

Meet Your Master Teachers


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Rosalind Watts

Rosalind Watts PhD, as former Clinical Lead of the Psilocybin for Depression trial at Imperial College, led a clinical team which facilitated over a hundred psilocybin treatment sessions. She is now part of a team exploring the potential of DMT as a treatment for depression in the UK.

Ros has published qualitative research suggesting that the central psychological mechanism of psychedelic-assisted therapy could be ‘connectedness to self, others and world’ , which led to the development of a psychometrically validated tool for measuring connectedness, the Watts Connectedness Scale (WCS). Ros has also published a therapy model for psilocybin treatment sessions in medical research settings, ‘Accept, Embody, Connect’ and is about to offer a year-long online community integration process for anyone wanting to maintain long-term connectedness to self, others, and the natural world (Accept, Embody, Connect, Restore).

Erika Gagnon

Erika Gagnon is a Canadian ceremonial leader, wisdom keeper & medicine carrier of mixed race ancestry. She has walked a medicine path and Red Road for over 25 years, working with Indigenous elders from North & South America, and their ceremonies, traditions, medicinal plants & altars. With the blessings of her elders to continue their traditions, she leads temazcal (sweat lodge), tobacco, water blessing and other healing ceremonies, as well as personal healing sessions.

Laura Dawn

Laura Dawn, Host of The Psychedelic Leadership Podcast, is a microdosing mentor for executives and top performers and has been leading transformational retreats for over 10 years. Through her signature programs and retreats, Laura Dawn weaves together science with wisdom to teach business and thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, and creators how to mindfully explore psychedelics and sacred plant medicines as powerful visionary tools for inner transformation and creative manifestation. Through mindset and somatic coaching, she inspires people to truly expand the boundaries of what they believe is possible and embark on the path of heart-centered leadership to influence meaningful change.

Laura Dawn has a degree in Finance and Entrepreneurship and over two decades of exploring altered states of consciousness. Currently, she is completing a Masters in Science specializing in Creativity & Change Leadership, exploring the intersection between psychedelics and creative problem-solving, helping leaders and teams unlock innovative solutions to the complex challenges we collectively face.

East Forest

East Forest combines modern sound healing techniques with ancient indigenous wisdom to create a form of “musical technology” that NPR calls “just blissful.” He performs widely from TED to Grace Cathedral, and his collaborations include Ram Dass, MC YOGI and Trevor Hall.

Natasja Pelgrom

Natasja Pelgrom is a mystic, devoted creative, and visionary whose life’s work is to lead spiritual experiences that support others in their journey of healing and transformational growth. Natasja is the founder of Awaken The Medicine Within Retreats & Online Program. She is a highly intuitive guide and has held training, assisting, and facilitation roles in over 800 psychedelic ceremonies. She has also advised and curated healing programs for other psychedelic wellness companies. Natasja continues to teach empowerment workshops and has developed an online psychedelic integration and self-love program. One of her latest successes is the launch of The Awaken Podcast where she has dedicated her voice to the series “Women in Psychedelics.”

Xochitl Ashe

Xochiti (So-chil) Ashe is a trained herbalist with deep indigenous roots, a wise facilitator of economic projects because she ‘aligns’ them with the heartbeat of Mother Earth. Initiated at the age of sixteen in her Peruvian healing traditions, she has been a conduit for sacred medicines *and herbs* for twenty years. She works with transformational cacoa and *mushroom* ceremonies in Mexico, especially attending to generational trauma.

Paul Stamets

Paul Stamets, speaker, author, mycologist, medical researcher and entrepreneur, is considered an intellectual and industry leader in fungi: habitat, medicinal use, and production. He lectures extensively to deepen the understanding and respect for the organisms that literally exist under every footstep taken on this path of life showing how mushrooms can help the health of people and the planet. His central premise is that habitats have immune systems, just like people, and mushrooms are cellular bridges between the two. He is the author of many books, including Mycelium Running.

Jyoti Ma

Joyoti Ma was mentored into the medicinal ethneogenic world by originators of this work 30 years ago. Several traditional lines of prayer and ceremony have been passed down to her, informing her life-devotion to unification. As the Grandmother Vision Keeper of the Center for Sacred Studies, Joyoti Ma helped facilitate the convening of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmother’s, founded Kayumari Spiritual Community, The Fountain (focused on preserving sacred sites). Internationally reknown as a spiritual teacher, Joyoti Ma masterfully bridges the worlds of traditional medicine ways and ethneogens.“In every culture except ‘modern’ Western culture, the use of Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness was integrated into everyday life, usually on a community wide level.” – Jyoti Ma

Claudia Cuentas

Claudia Cuentas is a Peruvian immigrant, a bilingual and bicultural artist, a license marriage and family therapist, a researcher and an educator, specializing in the intersectionality of art, healing trauma, trauma recovery, cultural identity, indigenous knowledge and decolonization of healing. She has an MA in Counseling Psychology and is trained in Drama Therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, and Trauma Inform Care. She also has extensive studies in Indigenous healing, from her native Aymara and Quechua lineages of South America.

Claudia started her journey as an educator and advocate of art, as a tool for healing and liberation. In becoming a therapist, after her studies at the California Institute of Integral Studies, Claudia focused on serving immigrant communities, families and children. She has worked with undocumented families, refugees, homeless population and women survivors of violence, especially dealing with PTSD. Upon arriving to Portland, Oregon, Claudia joined the team at Conexiones, a Multicultural Center for Trauma Recovery. Claudia has completed parts A and B of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) MDMA Therapy Training Program. She continues to participate in ongoing training and education on the intersectionality of generational trauma, plant medicine science, eco-informed therapy, nervous system healing and indigenous wisdom.

Claudia also leads workshops in cultural diversity and art as healing, as well as bilingual song circles for the community. She collaborates with organizations as Native American Youth Association, MILPA (Cultivating Change Makers for The Next Seven Generations) and Adelante Mujeres on developing curriculum about trauma recovery and Indigenous ways of healing. Claudia also worked as a consultant with the Ministry of Education in Peru to implement creative pilot programs aimed at preventing violence in the rural schools 2017.

Claudia currently has a private practice in Portland, Oregon. She is committed to continue providing ethical, educational and integrated work to support indigenous, black, brown and immigrant communities recovering from trauma. Claudia is also a recording musician, a singer songwriter and the founder of the Canta Colibrí Project.

Dream Mullick

Dream Mullick is a writer, teacher, producer, death coach and dreamer whose work focuses on the evolution of consciousness and a return to love. She curates programs that combine the world-views of ceremony and science with sacred plant medicines and psychedelics, including the exploration of death as a pathway to liberation. In her practices Dream explores the profound transformative power of death, grief, joy and love. Her latest creation, Entheowheel, launched in collaboration with the Esalen Institute, focuses on the ceremony, science and somatics of sacred plants and psychedelics.

Modern Science and Ancient Wisdom Mentors

This beautiful collection was carefully curated from recordings at our sold-out Esalen workshop + salon series.

Ancient Essentials bundle is a collection of pre-recorded, short practices (no longer than 20 minutes), curated to be woven into your daily life with ease.

Some of these practices were passed on only through direct oral teaching environments and have now been shared for greater accessibility.

The Power of Asking For Help

As psychedelic sacraments enter the mainstream as potent healing tools,

receiving eldership and mentorship to create rituals that support the journeys

and transform them into powerful ceremonies

is essential.

It’s actually dangerous and ungrounding to open containers into other realms of consciousness

without the right support.

And, the blessing is that there’s so much support available to each of us!

It’s for these reasons that we gathered Ancient Essentials –

an introductory bundle to support you as you deepen your relationship with the ritual,

sacred, and ceremonial aspects of a psychedelically informed life.

“An incubator of revelation, featuring marvelously smart messengers. The Entheowheel series is like the perfect Sunday talk show combined with a dazzling Sunday morning church service. A rare and brilliant opportunity.”

Thomas Brod MD, DFAPA

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Meet Your Master Teachers


Click each image to read your teacher’s bio

Charles Eisenstein

Charles Eisenstein is a speaker and writer focusing on themes of human culture and identity. He is the author of several books, most recently Sacred Economics and The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible. His background includes a degree in mathematics and philosophy from Yale, a decade spent in Taiwan working as a translator, and stints as a college instructor, a yoga teacher, and a construction worker. He currently writes and speaks full time.

Claudia Cuentas

Claudia Cuentas is a Peruvian immigrant, a bilingual and bicultural artist, a license marriage and family therapist, a researcher and an educator, specializing in the intersectionality of art, healing trauma, trauma recovery, cultural identity, indigenous knowledge and decolonization of healing. She has an MA in Counseling Psychology and is trained in Drama Therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, and Trauma Inform Care. She also has extensive studies in Indigenous healing, from her native Aymara and Quechua lineages of South America.

Claudia started her journey as an educator and advocate of art, as a tool for healing and liberation. In becoming a therapist, after her studies at the California Institute of Integral Studies, Claudia focused on serving immigrant communities, families and children. She has worked with undocumented families, refugees, homeless population and women survivors of violence, especially dealing with PTSD. Upon arriving to Portland, Oregon, Claudia joined the team at Conexiones, a Multicultural Center for Trauma Recovery. Claudia has completed parts A and B of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) MDMA Therapy Training Program. She continues to participate in ongoing training and education on the intersectionality of generational trauma, plant medicine science, eco-informed therapy, nervous system healing and indigenous wisdom.

Claudia also leads workshops in cultural diversity and art as healing, as well as bilingual song circles for the community. She collaborates with organizations as Native American Youth Association, MILPA (Cultivating Change Makers for The Next Seven Generations) and Adelante Mujeres on developing curriculum about trauma recovery and Indigenous ways of healing. Claudia also worked as a consultant with the Ministry of Education in Peru to implement creative pilot programs aimed at preventing violence in the rural schools 2017.

Claudia currently has a private practice in Portland, Oregon. She is committed to continue providing ethical, educational and integrated work to support indigenous, black, brown and immigrant communities recovering from trauma. Claudia is also a recording musician, a singer songwriter and the founder of the Canta Colibrí Project.

Belinda Eriacho

Belinda Eriacho is of Dine’ (Navajo) and A:shiwi (Pueblo of Zuni) descent. Her maternal clan is One-Who-Walks-Around and she was born for the Zuni Pueblo people. Belinda was born and raised on the Navajo reservation, located in Arizona, United States of America. She is the wisdom carrier, healer, and founder of Kalogii LLC, focused on cultural and traditional teaching, inner healing, and an international speaker on various topics impacting Native American communities in the United States.

Belinda holds degrees in Health Sciences, Technology, and Public Health. In addition, Belinda has participated in the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, MDMA People of Color, and Eye Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy Training Programs.

Belinda is also a Founder and Board member of the Church of the Eagle and the Condor, a Program Advisor for Naropa University, and a Native American Traditional Advisor for SoundMind.

She is the author of recent articles that are available on charuna.net. In addition, a contributing author to the recently published Psychedelic Justice: Toward a Diverse and Equitable Psychedelic Culture.

Sachin Patel

Sachin Patel is a father, husband, philanthropist, functional medicine practice success coach, speaker, author, breathwork facilitator, and plant medicine advocate.Sachin is convinced that “the doctor of the future is the patient” and he has committed himself to helping others raise their consciousness, activate their inner doctor, and initiate their deepest healing through lifestyle shifts, breathwork, and respectful utilization of psilocybin.

Sachin founded The Living Proof Institute through which he pioneered a revolutionary approach to patient-centered healthcare. Sachin coaches hundreds of practitioners around the world so that they are empowered to deliver affordable and inspired care to their communities through his Perfect Practice Mentorship Program.

He is an advocate of transforming the healthcare paradigm and he has devoted his life to the betterment of health care for both patients and practitioners.

Manari Ushigua

Manari Ushigua is a traditional healer and leader of the Sápara Nation in the Ecuadorian Amazon. The Sápara Nation is recognized by UNESCO as an “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.” Manari has been a key figure in the indigenous movement of Ecuador as the Vice President of CONAIE (The National Indigenous Organization of Ecuador) from 2013-2016, and as the President of the Sápara Indigenous Federation from 1999 to 2012. Manari has participated in international events, like COP21 UN Climate Summit and the UN Universal Periodic Review of human rights, raising awareness about the threat to his homeland. As a defender of indigenous rights, he has managed to conserve more than 276,000 hectares of primary forest threatened by extractive industries.

Manari is the co-founder of the Naku Center, creating a new economic model in the Amazon that is based around cultural and forest preservation.

He has also recently launched an education initiative. Shimaka was born to create curriculums of the forest knowledge to share with the outside world.

Akua Ofosuhene

Akua Ofosuhene found out four years ago that her teenage son had been groomed into county lines drug dealing — a practice where young people are pressed into drug dealing far from home for up to two weeks at a time. The shame and guilt brought on depression, high blood pressure, and a cancer scare. Although the police and social and youth services agencies were “doing their best,” Akua realized that outdated practices were not working, and she had to find a different way. Akua learned about psychedelic medicines, alternative healing modalities, and African spirituality. By putting these together, she was able to treat her depression and eventually get her son out of the drug dealing ring.

Last year, Akua founded the African Spiritual Practices event in London as a platform to share all that she has learned. She advises parents dealing with the effects of gang activity and helps ex-cult members escaping coercive control. She also advises on intentions and integration while working with psychedelic medicines.

Hanifa Nayo Washington

Hanifa Nayo Washington (she/her/hers) is a social entrepreneur, cultural producer, and healing justice practitioner with 20 years in nonprofit leadership. Hanifa, a facilitator, reiki master practitioner, and creative, works at the intersection of mindfulness, place making, and social justice to create organizations, gatherings, spaces, and experiences rooted in the values of beloved community.

As the co-founder and the chief strategy officer for fireside project, Hanifa supports the design, facilitation, and communication of Fireside Project’s mission, vision, strategic initiatives, and future goals.

Hanifa Nayo is also the co-founder and organizing principal of One Village Healing, an online BIPOC-centered healing, resilience, and psychedelic wellness space. She is in her fourth year as a lead facilitator of the New Haven Community Leadership Program, whose mission is to equip, support, and inspire the practice of values-based collaborative leadership.

including Mycelium Running.

Carmen Vicente

Carmen Vicente is a revered medicine woman who has been sharing indigenous wisdom traditions around the globe for over 30 years. She has decades of experience working with the altar, the fire, the ancestors, the medicines, the Vision Quest, the Sundance, the Spirit Dance, and the School of Secrets. With her presence and words, she shares the inheritance she learned from the secret practices of women in her community.

Carmen was born in 1956 in the Province of Loja, Ecuador, and she is heir to a traditional spiritual lineage. Since birth, Carmen has been recognized by her community for her healing abilities. As a bearer of the sacred art of the altars, she has held countless ceremonial circles in Europe, Australia, and the Americas. She brings people together to revitalize the memory of the ancient cultures of the Earth and renew awareness of the relationship of Spirit and life.

Anthony P. Bossis

Anthony P. Bossis is a clinical psychologist and clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine and an adjunct professor of classics and religious studies at the University of Ottawa. He is a researcher at the NYU Center for Psychedelic Medicine and since 2006 has been conducting FDA-approved clinical research with the psychedelic compound psilocybin. Dr. Bossis was director of palliative care research and co-principal investigator on a clinical trial demonstrating a significant reduction in emotional distress from a single psilocybin session in persons with cancer, specifically, a rapid decrease in depression, anxiety, hopelessness, and demoralization along with improvements in spiritual well-being and quality of life. He is study director and lead therapist on an FDA-approved clinical trial investigating a psilocybin-generated mystical experience upon religious leaders. Subjective features of a psychedelic-generated mystical experience include unity, sacredness, transcendence, and a greater connection to deeply felt emotions including that of love. His primary research interests for the study of psychedelics are for the treatment of end-of-life existential distress and advancing our understanding of consciousness, meaning, and spirituality.

Dr. Bossis is a training supervisor of psychotherapy at NYU-Bellevue Hospital Center and co-founder and former co-director of the Bellevue Hospital Palliative Care Service. He is a faculty member at The Center for Psychedelic Therapies and Research at the California Institute of Integral Studies and for the Art of Dying Institute / New York Open Center. Dr. Bossis is on the editorial board of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology and a guest editor (with Charles Grob, M.D.) for the journal’s Special Series on Psychedelics. He has authored numerous book chapters and publications on psychedelics and palliative care, spirituality, and end-of-life existential distress. He has a long-standing interest in comparative religion and mystical experience and on the interface of psychology and spirituality. He maintains a private psychotherapy and consulting practice in NYC.

Mary Cosimano

Mary Cosimano is currently with the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She is the Director of Clinical Services for the Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research (CPCR) and has served as study guide and research coordinator for the psilocybin studies for 22 years. During that time, she has been a session guide, involved with all the psilocybin studies, and has conducted close to 500 study sessions. She has trained post clinicians, post doctorate fellows, and research assistants as assistant guides and has administered the psychological evaluations for psilocybin studies as well as other studies in the Behavioral Biology Research Unit. In addition to her work with the psilocybin studies, she has been involved in the psilocybin and Club Drug studies (Salvia Divinorum and Dextromethorphan). She taught individual and group meditation to breast cancer patients in a Johns Hopkins research study and teaches at California Institute to Integral Studies (CIIS) for their Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies and Research program (CPTR) and conducts trainings for therapists in psychedelic psychotherapy. In 2003 she started and has maintained a meditation group for employees in her department. She also has 15 years of experience with direct patient care as a hospice volunteer.

Receive Six Gift Bonus Sessions


As a
special free gift you’ll receive six additional sessions from our friends at the Shift Network and their Psychedelic Healing Summit.

Decapitalize the Sacred with Charles Eisenstein and Claudia Cuentas [50 min]
Healing the Whole System with Belinda Erachio and Sachin Patel [45 min]
Dreams as a Pathway to Connect to Spirit with Manari Ushigua [46 min]
How Psychedelics can Help Heal & Integrate Ancestral and Intergenerational Trauma with Akua Ofosuhene and Hanifa Nayo Washington [50 min]
Discover the Spirit of Ancestral Plant Medicines and Altars with Carmen Vicente [46 min]
Death and Psychedelics with Anthony P. Bossis and Mary P. Cosimano [50 min]

About Entheowheel

Entheowheel is the collaborative creation of Dream Mullick and an incredible visionary team of mostly volunteers, community sponsors and grassroots funders. The vision was born as an experiment at the edge of our Western World, quite literally, on the cliffs of Big Sur at Esalen Institute, birthplace of the Human Potential Movement.

Our intention is to explore our edges and bridge the chasm that exists between indigenous sacred plants “original science” and the modern science and study of Psychedelic medicines. Everything we do and create orients around these intentions:

Our Roots

We honor the role of the guides, their lineages and the setting in which they hold their ceremonies. Whenever possible, we work with medicine carriers from the original lineages, asking their permission and guidance and centering their voices. 

Inclusion

As an expression of our commitment to bridging diverse perspectives within the sacred plant and psychedelic medicine communities, we do our best to make programming accessible for ALL. Need some extra support? Click here for a scholarship.

Reciprocity

10% of all revenues from the Livestream event at Esalen was committed to the preservation and conservation of sacred lands and traditional medicine lineages, including The Esselen Tribe’s land restoration initiative. Additionally, 30% of participants received Visionary Scholarships as a commitment to our diversity and inclusion efforts.

Medicine Use

Entheowheel’s work is designed to  support you in future sacred plant and psychedelic medicine journeys by introducing you to the power of preparation, integration and ceremony. This is not intended as a course on how to trip at home or have un-guided journeys. The greatest invitation is to explore the sacred spirit and wisdom of  plant medicine, receive the teachings and practices for best preparation and allow the integration of the experience to be the true medicine.

What People Are Saying

With special thanks

to the original Entheowheel supporters

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I use these recordings?

These recordings are curated to meet you where you’re at.

If you already have a daily practice (meditation, embodiment, or other) you can enhance your practice with a chosen recording that most suits your current intention.

If you’re new to ceremony or ritual, these recordings will serve as a supportive container for you, guiding you as an in-person teacher would.

If you have a psychedelic practice, are preparing for a new journey or integrating a past experience, this bundle will support you with ritual and ceremony.

What's the best way to journey through the course?

The recordings can be moved through sequentially as we curated them, or chosen intuitively based on your personal journey.

Choosing the right teacher for YOU and the right practice at any given moment is a beautiful opportunity to listen to your own inner guidance and intuition.

Will this help me if I'm facilitating journeys for others?

We hope so!

It essential, as facilitators that we cultivate and nourish our own practices, and experience of being supported. Doing so deepens our awareness and understanding of the path our clients walk, so that we can guide and facilitate with more precision, skill, and empathy.

These practices also offer other ways of including ritual and ceremony in your journey work with clients.

Will this help me if I'm at the very beginning of my path?

Yes.
This collection of practices is curated to offer the eldership and mentorship that is deeply needed on this path, and often missing from our modern western culture. 

How long do I have access to the recordings?

For as long as we offer this program.

What is Entheowheel?

Entheowheel is the collaborative creation of Dream Mullick and an incredible visionary team of mostly volunteers, community sponsors and grassroots funders. The vision was born as an experiment at the edge of our Western World, quite literally, on the cliffs of Big Sur at Esalen Institute, birthplace of the Human Potential Movement.

Our intention is to explore our edges and bridge the chasm that exists between indigenous sacred plants “original science” and the modern science and study of Psychedelic medicines. Everything we do and create orients around these intentions:

  • To honor the wisdom and intelligence of Sacred Plants & Psychedelic Medicines and the lineage keepers.
  • To widely share the wisdom & tools by creating equitable access.
  • To prepare individuals and communities who are new for future experiences, and offer the space for those with experience to deepen their knowledge.
  • To create and hold safe space for all individuals to connect, learn, share & explore.
  • To bridge the world views of ceremony (“original science”) & modern science.
  • To offer unique opportunity to experience and explore extra-ordinary states of consciousness without medicines.
  • To introduce and emphasize the value of integration as an essential tool of inner and outer transformation.
  • To reconnect with the ordinary as sacred, and the mycelial web of all life.

Do you have a referral or affiliate program?

Yes we do! As you know, it takes a village; and we’re a small team of two.  We – Dream and her assistant, Aki –  put so much love into sharing these teachings in this online format, in a way that is accessible to as many people as possible. Join us in growing a vibrant and diverse community.

Ways you can share:

Do you offer discounts or scholarships?

Diversity & Inclusion: As an expression of our commitment to bridging diverse perspectives within the sacred plant and psychedelic medicine communities, we do our best to make programming accessible for ALL. This is why we offer a sliding scale, from Student, Standard, through to Benefactor pricing.

Reciprocity: Indigenous communities often model their economic and social exchanges, including their relationship with the natural world, on the concept of reciprocity. This practice recognizes the gifts that we receive from the universe and offers gifts in return as gratitude. Reciprocity and our deep commitment to honoring all the influences that inform our work, is at the core of our ever-evolving model.

How do I know which payment option to choose?

If you’re a student, and live on a limited income, please choose the Student option.
If you’re on a moderate income, and purchasing a course like this isn’t a stretch for you, please choose the Standard rate.
If you have more abundance and are able to offer a higher contribution, please support us with the Benefactor rate. Your exchange is what allows us to offer student rates, so that more people have access to this knowledge.

What is your refund policy?

At this time we are unable to offer refunds. All sales are final.

The Prophecy of the Eagle & the Condor

“Back in the mists of history, human societies took two routes.
The Eagle Peoples flew the path of the mind, of science, technology, & industry. The Condor Peoples flew the path of the heart, of passion, intuition, & spiritual connections with nature.”

The day will come when the Eagle & the Condor fly together in the same sky, wing to wing, and our World will come into balance.

“My prayer is that Ancient Essentials nourishes your connection with ritual and ceremony as you cultivate a deeper relationship with the wild dance of being fully human!
May the seeds of these practices continue to blossom in your daily life and in your deeper journey with psychedelic sacraments.

Many blessings,
Dream.”

Disclaimer

Entheowheel does not endorse, encourage, promote, or assist with any illegal activities involving controlled substances. While we promote an individual’s own work towards personal growth and healing, we do not provide mental health or medical services. If you need such services, please contact a mental health or medical provider.