Synthesis is pleased to offer the very first psychedelic leadership retreat created by and for women. The Synthesis Women’s Leadership retreat is a specially-designed series of workshops and ceremonies uniquely-tailored to address the concerns of female-identifying individuals.
Two truffle ceremonies and one cacao ceremony are surrounded by integration workshops, walks, yoga, and a wealth of other activities that promote health and wellness.
The Synthesis Women’s Leadership retreat is led by facilitators Natasja Pelgrom and Rachel Aidan. Ms. Aidan, a doctoral candidate and “serial entrepreneur” is also the CEO of Synthesis. A practitioner of “conscious business,” Ms. Aidan also brings a holistic viewpoint to her interactions with patients.
The Synthesis Women’s Leadership retreat deploys the transformational power of psychedelic mushrooms with a view toward the ethical and equitable improvement of womens’ roles in society.
Synthesis Women’s Leadership is an intensive personal improvement retreat. The psychedelic experience is enhanced by various leadership workshops in order to improve your ability to be a good team leader and a good individual . Your retreat begins with a preliminary call to Synthesis to discuss any medical concerns. Along with truffle experiences, each retreat also focuses on ways to improve mood, focus, and states of consciousness in one’s daily life.
Magic mushrooms are psychedelic because they contain the psychedelic compounds psilocybin and psilocin. They are also a completely natural psychedelic. Psilocybin is a prodrug, meaning it is only psychoactive when consumed and processed in the body. When consuming mushrooms with psilocybin, the body will convert the psilocybin into psilocin, which is psychoactive.
Both psilocybin and psilocin belong to a group of chemicals known as tryptamines. This grouping also includes compounds like DMT and 5-MeO-DMT.
Magic mushroom use is thousands of years old, but the idea largely entered public awareness with the publication of an article about magic mushrooms in Life magazine in 1957. Written by the then vice-president of J.P. Morgan R. Gordon Wasson, this article detailed a magic mushroom ceremony in Oaxaca, Mexico that Wasson took part in. In the decade that followed, more Westerners began experimenting with psilocybin mushrooms.
Today, promising new research trials have found that psilocybin can effectively treat a number of intransigent psychiatric conditions. It’s why psychedelics for depression and other mental health issues are becoming more popular these days.
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