Join us for a fireside chat with Elizabeth Bast, author awarded “Women of the Psychedelic Renaissance” by Cosmic Sister, and her husband Chor Boogie, internationally acclaimed spray paint artist, to discuss the Iboga medicine and their story through recovery from PTSD and addiction, respectively. With the opioid crisis where it is right now and Iboga & ibogaine as a highly effective treatment, more and more people are looking towards psychedelics for help. In addition, learn about the traditional uses of Iboga, ideas on micro-dosing, and ways to integrate this powerful medicine. Hear their story and experience some of the art inspired by it.
$15 at the door
Elizabeth Bast serves as a writer, poet, yoga and meditation teacher, performance artist, healing artist, musician, and holistic life coach specializing in entheogenic medicine integration, addiction recovery, and women’s empowerment. Bast is the author of HEART MEDICINE: A True Love Story, a memoir about a healing experience with the sacred Iboga medicine. She has experienced the Missoko Bwiti initiation and Rite of Passage in Gabon, Africa, and is currently in an iboga facilitator training with the Bwiti tradition.
Chor Boogie aka Joaquin Lamar Hailey is an internationally acclaimed spray paint artist. His visionary murals and art exhibitions have appeared in many countries across the globe. Iboga journeys inspired paintings have graced the cover of the journal for the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies. After the profound personal healing with the iboga medicine that is described in HEART MEDICINE, he went on to experience the Missoko Bwiti initiation and Rite of Passage in Gabon, Africa and is currently in an iboga facilitator training with the Bwiti tradition.
Photography credit to Anandha Ray- Thank you!