Entheogenesis - Planting seeds for earth, body, and mind

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Douglas Rushkoff will be streaming into the conference for a live ‘in conversation’ piece with writer and long-term friend of EGA, Rich Haridy.   Winner of the Media Ecology Association’s first Neil Postman award for Career Achievement…
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Plant tissue culture can be an easy way to produce large numbers of disease-free clones much faster than more conventional propagation techniques. It’s also a starting point for further plant molecular and metabolic studies, mutation breeding,…
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Entheogens and psychedelic journeys can facilitate communication and relationships with plants, and provide ecological and medicinal insight. In fact, they have done just this for healers throughout plant people throughout the ages.…
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  David Holmgren draws on a lifelong passion for ethnobotanical knowledge and practise to tell stories that celebrate abundance and diversity pushing the boundaries of social and at times legal norms. These true stories cut paths through…
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There is increasing interest in the potential for psychedelic drugs such as psilocybin, LSD and ketamine to treat several mental health disorders, with a growing number of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) being conducted to investigate…
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Following on from my previous EGA presentation on pituri and tobacco substitutes used by Aboriginal Australians, we revisit the topic from another angle by looking at plants used by non-indigenous Australians as tobacco substitutes. The…
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In this talk Giuliana will discuss how The Fungi Foundation and other organisations are committed to using “mycologically inclusive” language in their internal and public-facing communications (“Fauna, Flora and Funga” and “animals,…
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Entheogenesis Australis recently caught up with Aboriginal Australian writer and historian Bruce Pascoe for a meandering yarn. To tide our ethnobotanical appetites over until our main event on December 5th we are screening our meeting…
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Illegally collecting wild plants can threaten vulnerable species. Yet, the illegal collection has also helped protect some vulnerable plants from extinction. At the same time, someone may be seen as both a plant thief, and as a plant keeper.…
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A growing body of research is showing that psychedelics can influence people's connection to nature. What makes psychedelics such as psilocybin promising agents for enhancing nature connectedness, and what are the potential implications…
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