Despite Western civilization’s rather recent awareness, hallucinogenic sacramental plant use has been a part of the human experience for millennia. Indeed, a desire for a sacred altered state of consciousness seems to be part of how we define ourselves as human.
People have long sought to enrich their lives and to awaken to their full natures through rites of passage. The nine pillars of the code of ethics include: Intention, Serving Society, Serving Individuals, Competence, Ingegrity, Quiet Presence, Not for Profit, Tolerance and Peer Review.
Po-mo shamans are modern-day entheo-spiritual sitters and faciliators (not guides, nor therapists nor priests)… assisting other humans who wish to express themselves within the Gnostic-ecstastic approach.
Be versed in the principles of tripping and psychedelic exploration.
The characteristic property of entheogens, to suspend the boundaries between the experiencing self and the outer world in an ecstatic, emotional experience, makes it possible with suitable internal and external perparation to evoke a mystical experience according to plan, so to speak... potentially changing the landscape.