Psychedelic Storytelling

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Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy - CSSDP says
After decades of stigma and silence, the magic of mushrooms, LSD, ayuhuasca and more are catching the public eye and its no wonder why. Having been used for perhaps as long as human culture has existed, compounds of the psychedelic sort have been no end of inspiration and healing to homo sapiens; and this is continuing in the present day like never before! There is a so-called psychedelic renaissance underway. Researchers are interested in and working with psychedelics as therapeutic agents, cognitive enhancers and a tool to study the nature of consciousness. Of course, they are still far behind the multitudes who are turning to these plant teachers and medicines to learn about the world and about themselves. Featuring local comedians, improv artists and perhaps even yourself, we will gather at The Social Capital Theatre on 154 Danforth Ave. to hear the strange tales of the psychedelic space in the oldest form of entertainment known to humankind; storytelling!

This event is hosted by the Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy - CSSDP and The Toronto Psychedelic Society to raise funds for these organization’s continued efforts and to support the efforts of research groups such as Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), who are coordinating and funding the ongoing scientific inquiry into psychedelic medicines.


The lineup is composed of:

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- - Joey Harlem

- - - Anderson Todd

- - - - Andrew Packer

- - - - -Amy Cunningham

- - - - - Bamboo Kids Club

- - - - - - and Chad Gibson

..............evening
.............hosted
...................by:
....................Hisham
............................Kelati

General admission is $10
There is another $15 ticket. 100% of the extra $5 will be donated towards the psychedelic therapy reserach institution MAPS Canada.
You can also donate directly to MAPS Canada here: https://store.maps.org/np/clients/maps/donation.jsp?campaign=35


Doors open at 7:30pm

For further inquiries about the event or volunteering opportunities please email toronto@cssdp.org.
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By: Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy - CSSDP

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