Welcome back to the 44th episode of the Mangu.tv podcast series. In this episode, we’re talking to Lorna Liana about coaching & psychedelics. Lorna Liana is the CEO of EntheoNation, a media company covering psychedelics, plant spirit shamanism, and visionary culture. She is also the Founder of The Plant Spirit School, an online school offering workshops, programs, and 1-to-1 mentoring to individuals and professionals in the psychedelic and plant medicine sector. With over 25+ years of psychedelic exploration and 100s of ceremonies, Lorna is an advocate for the safe, intentional use of entheogens as a tool of self-mastery, as well as the practice of sacred reciprocity.
She credits the intentional use of ancestral plant medicines, such as ayahuasca and magic mushrooms, for healing a lifetime of racial and colonial trauma. Her experience growing up in colonial Hong Kong informs her work on plant medicine decolonization and inspires her to further the expansion of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the psychedelic sector.
Having personally experienced the pervasive lack of post-ceremony psychedelic integration support in plant medicine culture, Lorna was inspired to launch the Plant Spirit School Integration Coach Certification Program, designed to provide plant medicine practitioners with essential psychedelic harm reduction training and support them in becoming thriving integration coaches in the Psychedelic Renaissance.
Lorna discusses the experiences that led to her work with psychedelics, current projects, and attributes for great integration coaching. Giancarlo and Lorna discuss the Psychedelic Renaissance, and different ways to support its rise in popularity.
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