Psilocybin: “The Holy Children” of the Mazatec People
- Brooke Stott
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Join us for Session 4 in the Learning Series for Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Training.
Doña Eugenia Pineda Casimiro is a Mazateca healer from Huautla de Jiménez, Mexico, a town in the region of Oaxaca known for María Sabina and her work with psilocybin mushrooms, called Los Niños Santos, or “the holy children.” Trained in her ancestral lineage by her mother, Abuela Julieta Pineda Casimiro of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, Eugenia worked by her side since childhood, accompanied her on her world travels, and has carried on the family legacy since her mother’s passing in 2018.
Miguel Mendez is a health advisor known in North and South America for his active role in personal development. His expansive knowledge integrates traditional Chinese medicine, Kundalini yoga, meditation, nutrition, and Indigenous plant medicine.
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