Psychedelic Mysteries of the Feminine is a new anthology that braids provocative themes: The Feminine, mythology, activism, deep nature awareness and psychedelic perspectives. Readings will be by contributing authors Kathleen Harrison & Annie Oak, and editor Chiara Baldini. Followed by onstage conversation about these rich topics: What is the Feminine in these times? What has the psychedelic experience revealed to us about archetypes, activism, and grounded wisdom? How do we balance respect for the indigenous roots of these culture-changing agents, and European perspectives? How might the essays in this book be tools for renewal and resilience?
Special bonus: We will open the evening with a showing of ‘Almost Visible’, a short film that is the first glimpse of our documentary-in-progress — about a decades-long friendship between ethnobotanist Kathleen Harrison, her own family, and an extensive Mazatec family in Mexico. More info at this link: https://almostvisiblefilm.com
You won’t want to miss this special event! It is a book launch for this important new book, a private film showing, and a benefit for Botanical Dimensions. $20 to attend, discounted for new/renewing library members.Learn more at botanicaldimensions.org