Online Integration Group

Online Integration Group sq.jpg
This event is hosted by the Psychedelic Society of Minnesota
1st Wednesday of the month 7-8:30pm CST

This event is FREE and we only suggest a value-based donation if you are able. https://www.paypal.me/psychedelicmn
**Please type which event in the "add note" field.

Welcome to Online Integration Group with Christopher Gunlock at the PSMN. At this Zoom gathering you will find a variety of responsible psychonauts, intent on getting more out of their trips. Whether it be psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy or personal psychedelic endeavors, there is a lot to be gained from chatting with others about it.
Psychedelics affect everyone in a profoundly different way, each person offering a unique, yet universal perspective. Join our small group chats to share your perspective and learn about others.

(This meeting occurs every 1st Wednesday of the month.)

​About the Host:
Christopher Gunlock has 15 years experience in LSD, Psilocybin, and DMT integration culminating in active leadership at the Psychedelic Society of Minnesota. He studied under mentors and physicians at The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and the Maharishi International University. With his professional experience in education, meditation and integrative medicine, Christopher works as a psychedelic integration consultant through https://www.openmindintegration.com for people that are using altered states of consciousness to integrate their expanded awareness and apply it to chronic health conditions. Christopher also serves as the executive director for the Psychedelic Society of Minnesota https://psychedelicmn.com/ where he helps organize gatherings within the psychedelic community locally and abroad.
https://www.instagram.com/openmindgunlock/
https://twitter.com/OpenMindHC

Below you will find a guide to making Integration Space a safe and beneficial experience for everyone:

1. Purpose of Integration
a. The psychedelic experience can be abstract until we put it into words. Make psychedelic experiences meaningful by telling the stories and reflecting on their content.
b. Our external lives are shaped by our trauma. Set actionable goals around larger insights from experiences and address possible obstacles along the way.
c. Use the community resources for a better understanding about psychedelics. Reduce harm done by psychedelics by providing information and tools for best practices.

2. Group Guidelines
a. Respect the privacy of personal details shared by all during this event.
b. Emphasize active listening (helping to draw out a person’s line of thought rather than changing course).
c. Be open to the ideas of others, even when they challenge your personal beliefs.
d. This is not a place to arrive on, acquire, or offer controlled-substances.

DISCLAIMER - this event is not a place to seek out illegal drugs, nor a place to sell them. This group is designed as a safe and sober space to help members integrate prior experiences with psychedelics and other methods of inducing non-ordinary states of consciousness. Please respect the privacy involving personal details of others shared during the event. All attendees must adhere to our member guidelines and codes of conduct. https://www.psychedelicmn.com/membership-guidelines

This will NOT be recorded

With art by Rita Hark www.ritahark.com

Zoom Registration Links