current live projects:
Psychedelic Therapy Training
The Psychedelic Therapy Training is a project of education, harm reduction, and research; intended to address the current gap in psychedelic education and supervision, reduce poor psychedelic facilitation, and investigate adequate models of psychedelic training.
It is a profound integrative training with a program of three years and a 1,200-hour intensity that incorporates indigenous leaders and their traditions together with psychedelic researchers and transpersonal psychotherapists.
Conservation and defense of ancestral knowledge
AWE supports conservation of ancestral knowledge in A'i, Babongo, Mitsogho, and Wixaritari communities in various ways to keep their mystical traditions, shamanic lineages, and authentic worldviews alive.
Spiritual Emergency Support in Latin America
The spiritual emergence process is a natural process of growth and awakening of an individual's spiritual potential. Usually, it happens slowly throughout our lives and it integrates smoothly. However, it can also happen quickly or intensely, and in this case, it can seem disturbing and out of context with our normal life, precipitating a personal crisis known as a spiritual emergency.
Psychedelic therapy for social leaders
Granting activists, politicians, writers, institutions, and social leaders in general the opportunity to partake of the transpersonal experience provided through our network; understanding that as social leaders, whatever they derive from such experiences will expand exponentially towards earth and the global development of consciousness.
projects in incubation:
Yagé and conflict resolution
This study aims to assess the potential of Ayahuasca to facilitate the reconciliation process in the context of the Colombian armed conflict. Previous studies have shown that psychedelics may enhance feelings of group cohesion and connectedness. We propose to assess the effects of Ayahuasca in a therapeutic context on the reconciliation process with participants of the different sides of the Colombian conflict.