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Sacred Journeys with mushrooms


January 16, 2023

7:00pm-8:30pm ET

+ Live Q&A afterwards

$25 Includes Recording

Are you curious about mushroom-spirit medicine?

Would you like a better understanding of preparation, set, setting, and integration?


Do you have questions about science, safety or legal considerations?

Are you interested in learning more about ceremonies and psychedelic churches?

If so, this workshop is for you!

Workshop Details

In this virtual workshop, I will share information about mushrooms in ritual and ceremony, both past and present, as well as discuss modern practices. We'll cover important topics related to journeying with mushrooms, such as intention, safety, set, setting, and integration. I'll touch on the science of psychedelic mushrooms, legal considerations, and share some personal stories. Recording of main content will be included, however personal stories and Q&A session will not be recorded.

Topics Covered

History of Magic Mushrooms

Spiritual Practices & Rituals

Psychedelic Churches

Preparing for a Journey

Understanding Dosage

Set & Setting

Integration & Support

Legal Considerations

Science & Modern Medicine

More Info

A recording is included in your purchase, however personal stories and Q&A will not be recorded.

No refunds are available unless the workshop is cancelled.

You will receive a zoom link via email.

While many mushrooms have been worked with in ceremony and healing, this workshop is primarily about working with psilocybin mushrooms. 


Michelle Rigling, PhD is the Founder of The Cavewoman Way and its subsidiary, The Mushroom Cave. Michelle is a Transpersonal Counselor and Plant/Mushroom Spirit Guide in Chattanooga, TN with extensive experience in trauma-informed social work as well as experiential training in plant-spirit medicine facilitation and ceremony. With a focus on spiritual wellness and holistic integration, her practice blends ancient wisdom with modern medicine to help us live a more meaningful, connected life. 


The Cavewoman Way does not support or enable the use of illegal substances. It is up to each individual to research local, state and federal laws related to medicines of interest. In addition, working with a transpersonal counselor, indigenous healer, or medical doctor is highly recommended.

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