Safe Ceremony Guidance - InnerSpace Integration
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InnerSpace Integration appreciates the guidance that the Women’s Visionary Congress shared with the community on things to consider when looking for a facilitated psychedelic/entheogenic experience.


And remember, that it’s just as important to note what questions a practitioner is asking you, as mush as they way they answer your questions.

21 Safety Tips for Participating in Ceremonies That Use Psychoactive Substances

by WVC | Dec 30, 2014

“WVC acknowledges that a growing number of people throughout the world are participating in ceremonies that use psychoactive substances. We recognize that these rituals can offer participants opportunities for deep healing and self-knowledge. Our community is also troubled by the fact that women who participate in these ceremonies have sometimes been the targets of sexual harassment and assault by shamans and other facilitators…”


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