In Episode 4 of Examining the Psychedelic Renaissance, entitled ‘Beyond the Heroic Skyline’, Sensei Kevin Simpson will investigate what can be learned from exploration to the very edges of our consciousness. Terrence McKenna coined the phrase ‘heroic dose’ to label ingesting five grams of psilocybin mushrooms, but what can we gather from ten and even twenty-gram doses?
Date: Tuesday, October 13th
Time: 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM PST (8:00 PM – 9:30 PM EST)
About Sensei Kevon Simpson
Sensei Kevon Simpson is an ordained Minister, multidisciplinary artist, international Two Spirit Medicine Man, and Shotokan Karate black belt. From a line of spiritual healers, Kevon calls upon both his Taíno and Akan ancestry and has been initiated into the path of curanderismo – the ancient plant medicine shamanism of the Amazon.
In Northern Peru Kevon studied the craft of guiding sacred ceremonies under indigenous shamans, with the hope of bringing the knowledge back to underserved communities. He went on travel as the globe as a medicine guide and sitter, establishing the Entheogen Integration Circle In New York City.
In addition to conducting plant medicine ceremonies, Kevon has guided meditations as a Reiki Master for nearly two decades. He often combines the practices of mindfulness with poetry, dance and sound healing, for restorative purposes.
In this special episode of Examining the Psychedelic Renaissance, Sensei Kevon Simon will discuss the influence and integration of heavy psychedelic experiences. Microdosing is gaining mainstream popularity, but let’s talk about macrodosing.
You can read more about Kevon here.
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