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Music and Psychedelics - Part 1

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Join us as we explore the fascinating world of music, sound therapy, and psychedelics in a series of webinars on the subject.

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Music! Humanity's muse. Nietzsche once said that "Without music, life would be a mistake." Music has the power to make us laugh, cry, dance, and ponder deep philosophical questions. It moves our soul, heart, and body as nothing else can, and sometimes, all at once. Music connects humanity across culture and time. Sounds can reach deep down into us and help move trauma around and engage our cells in a symphony of healing and insights across our emotional, logical, and spiritual bodies.

The latest scientific literature is promising when it comes to pairing psychedelic therapy with music to help us feel better. Data and research papers are increasingly digging deep into the science behind the breakthroughs possible. Indigenous cultures are way ahead in that department and have understood the healing powers of sound for a very long time as music is a core element of plant medicine ceremonies and other spiritual practices.

Join us as we explore the fascinating world of music, sound therapy, and psychedelics in a series of webinars on the subject. In the first episode, we will talk about some of the science behind sounds and their ability to affect our cells and body, using sound and psychedelics in a therapeutic context, the emotional language of music, music in a shamanic context with plant medicines, and lots more.

And of course, there will be live music!

Join us May 5th, 2021 at 7 PM EDT/4 PM PDT for Part 1.

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Pascal Tremblay

Pascal is a social impact entrepreneur and has 15 years of experience working in communications, design, and strategy. He is particularly passionate about environmental conservation, social justice campaigns, and helping transform systems that stopped serving the greater good. He is dedicated to serving the psychedelic space after healing from years of depression and anxiety with the help of psychedelic therapy, music, and supportive friends and family.

His deep passion for music and its power for change started 25 years ago when he stumbled upon his sister's yellow Walkman with a Metallica cassette in it. Ever since then, music has been his muse and has been an important part of his healing journey and all aspects of his work and life.

Jazmin Pirozek

Jazmin Pirozek, HBA, MSc practices and teaches traditional and contemporary methods regarding the Boreal and Amazon forests plants. Currently, Jazmin is a consultant combining scientific and traditional methods, focussing on remediating chronic illnesses for the people of Northern Ontario, Canada. Jazmin has applied concepts of Nishnawbe Aski Nation Health Transformation perspectives in her work to combine Traditional and Contemporary Health practices to create better access to Integrative medicine for all. Jazmin has signed the North Star Ethics Pledge.

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Bradley Foster

Bradley is an experienced Gestalt-trained integration coach and therapist. He has helped thousands of clients since 2000 feel more comfortable in their own skin. After years of experimenting with psychedelics and their therapeutic benefits, he started to incorporate them into his work. Since 2019, him and his partner have been sitting for clients and polishing their treatment modalities. He has created a training program for psychedelic therapists called Chiron Academy where they are developing their own protocols and helping therapists grow their skill in helping people with psychedelic experiences.

Philip Jacobs

Philip Jacobs is a retired Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner (TCMP), a Registered Acupuncturist (R.AC) and an integrated health practitioner and therapist offering online virtual healing sessions.

Integrating multidisciplinary training from Schools, Institutions and Life experience throughout UK, Canada, Guatemala, and China, Philip is currently practicing (Virtual and in Person Sessions) as an Integrative Therapist in Toronto and New York City teaching and speaking in the Art of Healing.

Philip combines his love of music with his training in Integrative Health, Eastern Medicine (Ayurveda, Tibetan, Indigenous), Herbal & Plant Medicine, Mindfulness & Contemplative Psychotherapy, Relational Psychosomatic Therapy and Sound Therapy to create a safe space for clients to attain their mind and body connection. He is deeply committed to helping people draw from their own inner wisdom in order to facilitate self-healing.

Philip has found that with heightened stress and anxiety brought on by COVID, this ancient art of sound therapy delivered through sound, songs and vocal chanting is helpful to people’s mental health. He uses an array of large crystal bowls to create powerful vibrations to help the brain waves retrain themselves.

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