The mission of Entheogenic Research, Integration, and Education (ERIE) is to 1) review and conduct research on the use of traditional plant medicines, and their modern analogs, for healing, personal growth, and spiritual exploration; 2) develop methods of integration that combine new research with existing, tested practices to help people incorporate extraordinary experiences into their lives; 3) articulate a new educational paradigm that honors and draws upon the vast Indigenous knowledge of plant and fungi kingdoms, then envisions new applications of it within contemporary Western contexts; and 4) create a forum for the responsible discussion of these topics.
January 30, 2015: Special Directors cut The Little Children screening and panel. Doors open at 6:30pm (7-9) Namaste Hall, CIIS, 1453 Mission St. SF
February 25, 2015: Tom Pinkson. Doors open at 6:30pm (7-9) Namaste Hall, CIIS, 1453 Mission St. SF
March 4, 2015: 3rd Annual Women's Entheogenic Symposium with keynote speaker Diana Slattery. Doors open at 5:30pm (6-9) Namaste Hall, CIIS, 1453 Mission St. SF
March 27, 2015: TBD
April 27, 2015: Entheogenic Amphibians. Doors open at 7pm (7:30-9) Namaste Hall, CIIS, 1453 Mission St. SF
Donations to ERIE will help the community vision grow! ERIE is currently a non-profit corporation with California State Tax Exemption filing for Federal 501c3 status.