What we're about

You’re looking for a place that understands the complex, exciting, and sometimes confusing world of psychedelic exploration. You’re looking for a place where you can be seen, share your story, offer your experience. We create spaces for exactly this reason. Through group discussion and guided meditations, our circles create an energy of community and exploration. Our facilitators are long time practitioners of modalities such as Buddhist Meditation, Shamanism, Somatics, and Jungian Psychology. We’re inclusive, and welcome everyone with a desire to grow.

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A Conversation about Sexuality, Intimacy, Ethics, and Psychedelics

A Conversation about Sexuality, Intimacy, Ethics, and Psychedelics with Arielle Brown advance tickets - http://tamintegration.com/event/a-conversation-about-sexuality-intimacy-ethics-and-psychedelics-with-arielle-brown/ Join Arielle Brown for a conversation about the intersection between psychedelics and sexuality. She’ll offer insight into the psychology of intimacy and the longing for increasingly deep and meaningful connections. We’ll talk about what arises when we begin to own and take responsibility for aspects of ourselves that often stay hidden in the shadows of our psyche. Many of us are seeking ways and modalities for accessing deeper levels of consciousness within ourselves. As we move forward on our paths of awakening, we naturally feel the pull to find like-minded people to travel with. We seek out teachers and communities who can not only guide us on our path, but can also become part of the greater sandbox in which we play. These communities, life all communities, are not perfect. Power gets misused, boundaries get crosses, and people get hurt. Even when people act with intention and care, mistakes can be made. As we gain increasing levels of mastery with our own power and energy, we realize that consent and boundaries penetrate deeper than just the verbal and physical level. How we engage with people on subtle, energetic levels, can cause just as much, if not more, harm than more obvious actions. People have tired of the long term and widespread abuses of power that are coming to light. There is an outcry for leaders to take have greater consciousness and responsibility for their impact when engaging with people who rely on their care. Two areas we can see this important awareness arising is in the field of conscious sexuality, and in the field of psychedelics. Psychedelic communities across the globe all have their own stories of sexual misconduct, of people being manipulated and violated by shamans, teachers, mentors, people that were supposed to be trustworthy. More and more, we are coming to realize that simply because someone may have had an ‘enlightening’ experience, does not mean they possess empathy, or even good moral character. We’re called to find an inner intimacy, to trust our own boundaries, and our own intuition. Arielle Brown is a coach and facilitator with a focus on embodied intelligence and transparent communication skills. She help people to connect with their authentic desires and boundaries so they can build relationships and realities that support their vision, that foster their self-actualization. She offers comprehensive experiential learning through immersive private coaching, online courses, and workshops/retreats focused on intimacy and emergent leadership. Her work with individuals, couples, and organizations helps to disrupt the patterns and belief systems that block the actualization of greater visions and desires. You can learn more about her work at https://www.ariellebrown.com. After a profound and intense awakening experience in 1998, Daniel dove deep into his yoga and meditation practice to stabilize his realization in his body and the world. He began teaching in 2002, and took over leadership of his neighborhood yoga studio in 2004. He’s directed several teacher training programs and taught on the faculty of even more. Daniel ‘Sitaram Das’ Shankin has dedicated his life to the cultivation of clarity, resilience, and heart. With the recognition that our true nature is vast and generous, wise, he strives to serve his clients in finding their own innate goodness and boundless strength. He currently offers leadership coaching with a heavy emphasis on mindfulness and somatics, and is based in Marin County. You can visit his website and learn more about coaching opportunities at https://sitaramdas.com and https://tamintegration.com.

Psychedelic Integration Circle

Community Wellness Center

Community Psychedelic Integration Circle Mt. Tam's Integration Circles and Educational events seek to be a welcoming space for people who want to discuss entheogenic use in a healthy way, for psychological healing and spiritual growth. When we have an intense or profound psychedelic experience, it can be hard to describe, especially when we don't have anyone to talk about it with. Giving voice to our experience with like minded people can enable us to put things in perspective, gain new insight, and find resolution. By listening to other's experiences, we can learn about how they try to ensure safe and healthy use, gathering a collection of tools and best practices. Our Circles give people an opportunity to meditate together, share their stories, ask questions, give and receive feedback. We are excited to hear all of your voices, and look forward to learning from all of you. Sliding Scale $10-$20 - register online at - https://tamintegration.com/event/february-14th-psychedelic-integration-circle/ Please Read: http://tamintegration.com/what-to-expect/ http://tamintegration.com/etiquette/ Disclaimers: This is not therapy. This is a service for healthy individuals who are looking for additional resources to support their growth. This is NOT intended to be group therapy nor any form of professional therapeutic intervention. Do not come here seeking to buy drugs. or sell drugs. or share drugs. or medicine. or whatever you want to call it. If it's illegal, or has even the slightest potential to put the group or it's members at risk, don't do it.

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