What we're about

The Lehigh Valley Psychedelic Society is a community committed to educating, providing resources, and connecting those interested in psychedelics, spirituality, and healing.

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If you are interested in the following, this group is right for you:
- Psychedelic research
- Integration circles
- Consciousness exploration
- Healing & self-development
- Activism and policy for psychedelic assisted therapy/decriminalization
- Spiritual connection
- Shamanism & plant-medicine
- Building friendships
- Breaking the stigma associated with psychedelics
- Making a positive impact
Whether you are experienced or inexperienced with psychedelics, we welcome anyone who is open minded to attend and meet like-minded individuals.

What to expect:
Meetings will include a mix of integration circles, social gatherings, educational talks, community events, and more. If you are passionate about psychedelics, we welcome you to facilitate and host a session on your own topic of interest.

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- The Lehigh Valley Psychedelic Society is a safe space to discuss psychedelics. It is NOT a space to indulge, solicit, exchange, or sell psychedelics or other illegal substances. Any member who does not follow these rules will be asked to leave. Please respect the space.

- We are not allied with any particular teacher, school, spiritual practice, or cultural tradition.

- We support diversity and inclusion. We welcome all genders, sexual orientations, spiritual practices, races, etc.

Upcoming events (4+)

Altered States: Dreaming the Circle

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Join us on January 31st from 7:00pm-9:00pm for a monthly dream circle via Zoom. We will select 2-3 dreams to be worked and shared with the collective.

This is a PAID event. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased HERE.

Similar to plant-medicine and psychedelic experiences, dreams are a portal of sacred medicine in service of healing and wholeness that we are privy to every night. They illuminate our fullest potential, provide insight, and lead us toward inner growth.

There is a reason why we experience more vivid, lucid dreams on the nights after a plant-medicine journey. We are energetically opened up by the plant-medicine, which empowers our dream states and offers us an opportunity for further integration.

Sharing our dreams in community is important because not only do we dream for ourselves, but we dream for each other and the entire collective. What we feel and receive can be held and shared as medicine for all.


  • Plant-medicine & Dream Discussion
  • Opening Ceremony
  • Dream Incubation (intentionally calling in a dream)
  • Dream Circle
  • Closing Ceremony


After you purchase your tickets, you can submit a dream to be selected for our circle. We will work 2-3 dreams together. To submit, please publicly post your dream on our Facebook Group, where others can comment and read your dream. You will be notified in advance if your dream will be selected for the circle. Use the Facebook Group Guidelines to understand the format for submitting and commenting on a dream.

You will receive the Zoom link via your ticket confirmation, so please use an email that you have access to. If you have any questions please email [masked] or comment on our Facebook group page. If you can not join this month’s circle, joining the Facebook group will ensure that you can join future circles.

About Our Facilitators:

Etja has worked with dreams for over 30 years, utilizing techniques such as Jungian dream interpretation, Marion Woodman BodySoul Rhythms®, Embodied Imagination®, Fitzmaurice Voicework®, Continuum Movement®, Tarotpy®.

Ariel is a music maker and Rabbinic student with the Aleph Ordination Program. Ariel is devoted to renewing Jewish ritual around expanded consciousness practices such as chant, meditation, prayer, and medicine ceremony.

Jeanie is a full time masters student studying Transpersonal Psychology, which focuses on how altered states of consciousness such as dreaming, plant-medicine, and mystical experiences can derive transformation and healing. She is also the founder of the Psychedelic Access Fund, a non-profit that removes the financial barriers of psychedelic healing.

Psychedelic Society Volunteer Call

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Our community is growing and with that, we need volunteers to help lead and organize the Lehigh Valley Psychedelic Society. Volunteering is UNPAID with an anticipated 1 hour per week of work.

This event is NOT a social event. On the call we will be discussing strategy, goals, and making volunteer assignments. Anyone who would like to volunteer is welcome to join. You can also sit in on the call to learn more about volunteering without committing to any tasks.

Once per month, we will meet on Zoom to discuss the goals and direction of the society. In between calls we will use the Signal App for messaging each other. Then, we will assign tasks to volunteers who would like to help. You can be involved as much or as little as you would like.

Volunteering tasks may include the following:

  • Attend and host in person events, which may include answering questions, welcoming members, facilitating discussions, and making people feel welcomed.
  • Mentoring someone new to psychedelics
  • Create social media posts and images <- biggest need
  • Create Monthly newsletter
  • Brainstorm and coordinate community events
  • Adhoc administrative tasks
  • Community outreach
  • Creating educational material
  • Working the booth at festivals and fairs
  • Attending a monthly strategy call with the team and contributing to our growth


The Lehigh Valley Psychedelic Society is a community committed to educating, providing resources, and connecting those interested in psychedelics, spirituality, and healing.

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Hapé Session and Education

54 S 2nd St

Please join us for a Hapé (Rapé) session on February 9th in Easton, PA to learn more about the sacred use of tobacco. Our speaker will be Shane Rose, who has been attending & participating in various Indigenous ceremonies in North & South America for several years. He also works with the sacred medicine of Huachuma/San Pedro in ceremonial settings with his partner.


Tickets are a suggested donation between $10-$25 and go directly to the venue cost and our facilitator for his time/expertise. A ticket must be purchased in order to reserve your spot, even if the donation is $1. However, please consider a reasonable donation, if possible.

Shane will be sharing his understanding of the usage and benefits of Rapé. Afterwards, we will have the chance to socialize and share in a potluck meal. This is a great opportunity to share stories, ask questions, and connect with others who are interested in plant-medicine in a safe, like-minded, and supportive community.

Rapé (also pronounced Hapé) is a tool that is used by the Indigenous in the Amazon. Usually Rapé will have a foundation of Tobacco and from there other ingredients will be added such as plant & tree material, and/or ashes from certain plants & trees. When used in an intentional ceremonial setting, Rapé helps clear energetic/spiritual blockages. This tool can aid us in grounding and centering our internal energies, as well as increase the concentration and clarity of our mind. In doing so, rapé can help us with prayer, meditation, and setting an intention in our lives.
Shane will have Rapé, pipes, and accessories available for purchase.

Things to know:

  • Refrain from eating a couple hours before the circle. Having rapé on a full stomach can create nausea.
  • Bring a yoga mat, cushion, or meditation chair. We will be sitting on the floor. There will be some available in the studio; however, if you like yours, bring it.
  • Bring food for the pot luck afterwards. Please be mindful of food allergies such as gluten, dairy, nuts, or vegetarian options.
  • Do not arrive late. Consider arriving 10 minutes early to settle into the circle.

Psychedelic Connection Circle

Lift Easton Studio Yoga and Massage

Interested in LSD, Psilocybin, DMT, Ayahuasca, MDMA, and other plant-medicines?

The Lehigh Valley Psychedelic Society is a community committed to educating and connecting those interested in psychedelics, spirituality, and healing.

Whether you are experienced or inexperienced with psychedelics, we welcome anyone who is open minded to learn more about psychedelic healing, connection, and transformation. This is a great opportunity to share stories and insights and to dive deeper into your psychedelic experiences in a safe, like-minded, and supportive community.

The gathering will take place at Lift Yoga Studio in Easton. Please bring a meditation chair or cushion to sit on because we will be on the floor. The studio has SOME, but if you like your own, please bring it.

PARKING: There is a parking garage near by that cost between $1-3 to park in. I would recommend this, instead of searching for street parking.

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*LVPS leaders are NOT licensed therapists and do not claim to diagnose, treat, or cure diseases. We do not assess individuals for mental health conditions nor provide psychotherapy, counseling or any other mental health services that may require board licensure.

*LVPS does NOT encourage or condone the purchase, sale or transfer of any illegal substances, nor do they encourage or condone partaking in any unlawful activities related to illegal substances.

Past events (20)

Sacred Cacao Ceremony & Potluck


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