Join the Brooklyn Psychedelic Society's President Colin Pugh for an interview with Mike Crowley, author of the book Secret Drugs of Buddhism.
It's a well-known suggestion in the psychedelic field that some form of meditative practice can be exceptionally beneficial, not just for therapeutic and spiritual purposes but also for integration. One of the oldest and richest traditions that inform these practices is Buddhism.
Many advocates for the psychedelic experience have encountered Buddhism before, whether through reading the Sutras or practicing meditation. But have psychedelics themselves ever encountered Buddhism? And has Buddhism ever had an encounter with psychedelics?
We'll be exploring these topics and more in our upcoming interview with Mike Crowley, author of the book Secret Drugs of Buddhism, at 7pm on October 1st.
Get your tickets here: https://buytickets.at/brooklynpsychedelicsociety/421356
Bio of Mike:
Mike Crowley is originally from Wales but currently lives in a remote cabin in a vast forest in northern California. His book, Secret Drugs of Buddhism: Psychedelic Sacraments and the Origins of the Vajrayana, was published recently. He sits on the advisory board of the Psychedelic Sangha of the US. He’s known to teach Buddhism.
He is familiar with Sanskrit, Tibetan, and Mandarin Chinese. Mike has lectured at the Museum of Asia and the Pacific, Warsaw, the Jagellonian University, Cracow, The California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, and at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His work has been published in Fortean Times, Time and Mind: The Journal of Archaeology, Consciousness, and Culture, Psychedelic American, and Psychedelic Press UK.