(1hr + 20min Q&A) – Sat Feb 6
Within entheogenic culture there are widely differing opinions about duty of care. What, to some, can be considered ‘just the right amount of care’, can to others feel stifling, smothering or like being babied. Conversely, what can feel like freedom and independence to some can feel like recklessness and abandonment to others. This panel will explore the tension between the commonly held opinion that there is a need for care during deep states of vulnerability; and the importance of personal responsibility.
Darpan | Victoria Sinclair | Dan Schreiber | Julian Palmer | Simon Green – moderated by Rak Razam