Conscious community uplifting the sacred, medicinal power of plants. Entheogenic lifestyle, education, advocacy, safety & research
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.
We firmly believe that knowledge is the key to dispelling misconceptions and embracing the remarkable potential of mushrooms. Through engaging workshops, informative seminars, and captivating events, we aim to empower individuals with accurate and accessible information about mushroom cultivation, medicinal properties, ecological roles, and culinary delights among other topics.
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.
“At the age of 18, in the peak of my high school career, I suffered a spinal cord injury while snowboarding, which paralyzed me from the waist down. In addition to the physical challenges that resulted from my accident, the mental anguishes that came along with that (anxiety, depression, etc.) were equally as challenging.
In my search for solutions, I tried every pharma-grade pain medication and experimental therapies that provided more side effects than net benefit. It wasn’t until my personal experience with traditional psychedelic medicines that I was able to find a more effective, natural medicine that I could take sustainably for my mind, body, and soul.
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