CPIC Sharing Circle
- March 18, 2019 - 19:00
- March 18, 2019 - 22:30
The psychedelic experience can be amazing and life-transforming, but the integration afterwards is where the real magic happens. Share your story, start a discussion or ask for support. We are all in this together.
Together we try to answer these questions:
- How do we interpret our mystical experiences?
- How do we apply the knowledge to everyday life?
- What are the plants trying to teach us and what does it all mean?
Share your story, ask for help or for new perspectives, or initiate a discussion. We don’t have to feel alone in trying to figure things out, we can learn from each other. Like the medicines want to teach us, we are all in this together.
Our previous meetings have been a great experience, providing good insights and a true community feeling. It's heartwarming to see how open people are and willing to help each other out in this process.
If this sounds appealing to you, please join our circle! It is a safe space, anything you share will not leave the circle. You don’t have to have experience with psychedelics to join. Nothing is expected of you besides respect for your fellow humans and your genuine expression.
Knowledge about the healing powers of entheogenic medicines (or psychedelic substances) is rapidly traveling around the world. For some it is a blissful experience, for others an incredible challenge, and for most perhaps a combination of the two.
The findings of the latest scientific research are undeniable and backed up by countless descriptions of positive transformation. This all depends on proper use, of course. And just as set and setting are paramount before any psychedelic experience, integration in the aftermath is incredibly important for a good outcome. Meeting with others on a simliar path can be very helpful, and that is why we decided to invite people to get together.
About the host
Magnús, who is from Iceland has been hosting guided meditations and different sharing circles for several years around Copenhagen. After seeing the big need for people to get help to integrate their often life-transforming experiences with psychedelics, he founded the Copenhagen Psychedelic Integration Community (CPIC) in the fall of 2017. He currently lives in Copenhagen and on Femø, where he is a part of running an Ayahuasaca Retreat Center.
Registration and Details
The first 15 minutes are for people to settle down, the last 15 minutes are for people to mingle.
Note: At think.dk we don't support using substances for escapism and to suppress problems. There is also absolutely no sales or distribution of illegal substances at our Center. We support people talking about their experiences for growth and trauma release, and that is why we are supporting the CPIC sharing circle.
Free for everyone (donations are very much appreciated from those that have the means. Mobile pay to Magnús: 60327444)
- Æbeløgade 4
- 2100 København