Melb ‘Neurons to Nirvana’ screening
Event created by RonnySimulacrum
You are invited to be a part of this special fundraiser screening forEntheogenesis Australis EGA YouTube channel and PRISM, and in association with The Australian Sex Party.
We are very pleased to announce the Melbourne discussion panel on Psychedelics as Medicine. The discussion will be in conjunction with the official Neurons to Nirvana screening on April 29th and 30th @ State Library of Victoria, hosted by Nick Wallis and with the following special guests;
Following the film we will have a panel discussion with some of the luminaries of drug law reform and psychedelic research in Australia:
Martin Williams (PRISM/EGA -http://prism.org.au/)
Fiona Patten (ASXP -https://www.sexparty.org.au/)
Steph Tzanetis (DW -http://www.dancewize.org.au/)
Steve Bright (PRISM -http://prism.org.au/)
Tim Payne (EGA –http://www.entheo.net/)
The screenings also include a personalised introduction by the filmmakers.
Neurons to Nirvana is a unique documentary about the resurgence of psychedelics as medicines. Through interviews with the world’s foremost researchers, writers, psychologists and pioneers in psychedelic psychotherapy, Neurons to Nirvana explores the history of five powerful psychedelic substances (LSD, Psilocybin, MDMA, Ayahuasca and Cannabis) and their now established medicinal potential.
This event will be a fundraiser for Entheogenesis Australis and PRISM (Psychedelic Research in Science in Medicine). Entheogenesis works tirelessly to produce events and educational resources to support, educate and strengthen the psychedelic community in Australia. Recently, they launched a Youtube channel (www.youtube.com/entheotv) with recorded talks from past events. Funds raised from this film screening will directly contribute to making more material from the EGA archive available online.
PRISM is an independent non-profit research association that investigates the potential of psychedelics as medicines. PRISM is currently working to establish the first clinical trials of MDMA in Australia.
There is a slow wave building as more and more research leads mainstream society to reconsider its attitudes and beliefs about the risks and potential benefits of psychedelic substances. Never before has real and meaningful change on this issue seemed possible.
Strictly limited seating with only 180 tickets available at each screening.
Get tickets to this special event now -http://www.entheo.net/ega_shop
Facebook event page - https://www.facebook.com/events/469885273139008/
See N2N film trailer here -http://vimeo.com/75152295
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