Mantra Mvmt is a non profit committed to creating a community that supports those who seek to learn and understand the therapeutic potential of psychedelics. We strive to be a trusted source of information, a voice for advocacy, and a catalyst for progress in the field of psychedelic research and education.

Join our conscious community uplifting the sacred, medicinal power of plants.⁣ Entheogenic lifestyle, education, advocacy, safety & research


Our Values


We are dedicated to fostering understanding and appreciation for the profound therapeutic potential of psychedelics. Through a variety of initiatives such as workshops, seminars, and events, we strive to equip individuals with the knowledge and tools necessary to navigate the world of psychedelics safely and responsibly. Addressing critical subjects like proper dosing guidance and the significance of set and setting, our objective is to enable individuals to make well-informed choices and optimize the advantages of their psychedelic encounters.

Legalization of Psychedelics

By collaborating with policymakers, scientists, and other like-minded individuals, we actively campaign for sensible regulations that promote responsible and safe access to mushrooms. We envision a world where the therapeutic and environmental benefits of these fascinating organisms can be fully realized and harnessed.


As a community-driven organization, we value the power of connection and collaboration. We encourage mushroom enthusiasts, researchers, students, and anyone intrigued by the wonders of fungi to join our vibrant community. Together, we can exchange knowledge, share experiences, and foster a supportive network that amplifies our collective voice.

Mantra MVMT Founder

“At 18, fresh out of high school, my life took an unexpected turn with a severe snowboarding accident that left me paralyzed from the waist down. Despite years of surgeries and therapies, my physical condition remained challenging, and alongside it, my mental health began to suffer, marked by escalating anxiety and depression. Desperate for relief, I turned to plant medicine, specifically ayahuasca and psilocybin.

During my first encounter with these sacred substances, I experienced a profound connection with a divine presence urging me to stand and walk. With trembling resolve, I rose from my wheelchair, supported by an unseen force. Though my motor control remained unchanged, the experience ignited a journey of exploration and discovery into the healing potential of psychedelics.

Contrary to the prescriptions offered by medical professionals, which seemed only to compound my struggles, psilocybin provided a breakthrough. I found release from trauma and a path forward illuminated by gratitude. The mushrooms spoke to me, affirming that gratitude is my power, a force capable of inspiring others despite my disability.

From that moment, I committed myself to advocating for psychedelic medicine. These plants, with their innate intelligence, offer boundless potential for healing not only in mental health but also in physical performance and creativity. Currently being embraced by leaders in technology, politics, and the arts, psychedelics demand our attention and respect. 

It's time to challenge outdated paradigms and demand the rescheduling of psychedelics, currently unjustly classified as Schedule 1 substances. The research speaks volumes about their therapeutic value and non-addictive nature. Join us in reshaping the narrative around these sacred medicines and advocating for safe access for all. Together, let's embark on this journey of healing and transformation.


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Founding Year

Participating in Studies & Cultural Partnerships

Education and Event Partnerships
Lightning in Bottle
Inner Landscapes  
Creating our own study while partnering with Universities and Institutes
Federal Lobbying Efforts
MAPS Conference


Year 2

Continue Federal Lobbying Efforts
Policy Shaping
International Research & Outreach


Year 3

Securing Licenses
Collaborating with legal local state legalization efforts in Oregon, Colorado & California
Ramp up consumer facing ad campaigns for lobbying efforts
Federal Lobbying Efforts