There’s something magical when women come together to share their stories, witness each other, and get and give support. We have been doing this in sisterhood and circles since the beginning of time.
Professional women working in the psychedelic realm often have unique stories and challenges. Having a sisterhood of peers who can relate to and support each other is empowering and inspiring.
Healers, writers, advocates, coaches, lawyers, marketers, academics, cultivators, scientists, and all other female-identifying professionals in the psychedelic realm…join us in circle to:
❣️ share stories
❣️ gain new perspectives
❣️ listen to and support each other
❣️ find collaborative opportunities
❣️ strengthen the divine feminine influence in the psychedelic realm
This is an informal sharing circle with a loose format of:
- welcome and ground rules co-creation
- short meditation
- roundtable introductions and sharing of professional projects, successes, challenges and asks with the opportunity to be witnessed or to solicit feedback, support and advice
- wrap up
*Please note this circle is exclusively for female-identifying professionals working in the psychedelic space.
SIP’s Sharing Circles are a container for support and engaged intrapersonal reflection. This is not a drug marketplace, an advertisement forum, or an informational seminar on legal, political, medical, or scientific concerns. SIP does not encourage or condone any illegal activities, including but not limited to the use of illegal substances. We do not provide mental health or medical services. We are not a substitute for medical, psychological, or psychiatric diagnosis, treatment, or advice. We recognize the need for harm reduction, education, and community support. Please do not offer or ask for illegal substances.
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Our goal is to provide a safe place for our community. This means you’re meant to feel safe and comfortable at all of our events. If anything or anyone makes you not feel that way, reach out to either Dana or Bea during or after the event. Please don’t keep it to yourself – share with us so we can help you.