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Integration Providers are Analagous to Pastoral Care

Integration Providersare Analagous to Pastoral Care By. Dr. Chuck Crisco   Is there a differencebetween Christian pastoral care and entheogenic integration specialist’s service? Of course, there are similarities and differences. Explore some of those with me.    From elementary to middle school, I attended a private Christian school. I then received a B.S. in Bible, a […]

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Where To Go After the Glow: Some Resources for Integration and Balance By Dr. Chuck Crisco

Change. Transformation. Healing. Those are some of the reasons that people come to plant medicines and begin a spiritual journey. Sometimes it is motivated by curiosity. At other times it is motivated by pain, need or desperation. I personally think that it is in our very human nature to change. Growth is built into the

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The Sacramental Consumption of Entheogens: Our Shared World Religious Heritage

Part Two: From Evolution to Shamanism For the second part of our series, we will continue to examine and analyze the article entitled “Introduction: Evidence for Entheogen Use in Prehistory and World Religions by Dr. Michael Winkleman.”[1]  Our first article in this series provided a general overview of Winkleman’s work and discussed the reasoning behind

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The Sacramental Consumption of Entheogens: Our Shared World Religious Heritage

Part One: General Overview Exploring and understanding sacramental entheogens We are pleased to announce that the Church of The Sacred Synthesis will be producing a new series of podcasts and articles examining the archeological and anthropological underpinning of the ancient and sacramental consumption of entheogens.  Because we consider our sacrament an entheogen (it produces an experience

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