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How Psychedelics Taught Me to Love Myself and Overthrow Internalized Systems of Oppression

How Psychedelics Taught Me to Love Myself and Overthrow Internalized Systems of Oppression

“I really strengthened my meditation practice and through that was able to recognize all the ways I had violently abused myself over my life. That I had internalized all the hatred that was coming from outside, from these systems that tell us we’re not worth anything. And in my first ceremony with kambo I came out the other side having this deep knowing that I am worthy, that my body is capable.”

In this episode of Adventures of the Psyche we are joined by Charlotte James, who conquered body dysmorphia, internalized systems of oppression, and learned how to love herself through her work with psychedelics.

Charlotte has been a harm reductionist and psychedelic explorer for over 10 years, is a co-creater of the Sabina Project, and has been using her skills as a marketing strategist and content creator to build and engage a virtual community focused on pursuing equitable liberation.

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