Judaism and the Psychedelic Renaissance:
A Portland Gathering
A Day of Exploration, Learning and Connection
Co/Lab will continue to build psychedelic Jewish community in Portland. Want to plug in? Email Rabbi Josh (firstname.lastname@example.org). And we’re busy planning the next Psychedelic Renaissance gathering for Summer 2023.
Scenes from 2022
About the Day
National Speakers included Rabbi Zac Kamenetz, founder of Shefa: Jewish Psychedelic Support, and Madison Margolin, psychedelic journalist and co-founder of Double Blind Magazine.
And we had a embarrassment of riches in local psychedelically thoughtful teachers: author Seth Lorinczi, who spoke about Jewish intergenerational trauma; psychedelic guides Carolyn Fine, Julianna Bright and Justin Levy; Rabbi David Kosak of Congregation Neveh Shalom; Oregon activist and lawyer Jon Dennis, mindfulness teacher Kerry Goldring; and Donna Zerner, who shared her one-of-a-kind Jewish psychedelic stand up comedy.
In addition to the deep exploration and ideas that that were shared the day will be remembered for planting the seeds of Portland’s Jewish psychedelic community. Our final session was focused on laying the groundwork for future gatherings.
Video highlights from the Judaism and the Psychedelic Renaissance
Seth Lorinczi, Using Psychedelics to Heal Intergenerational Trauma (1 of 3)
Seth Lorinczi and Carolyn Fine, Using Psychedelics to Heal Intergenerational Trauma (2 of 3)
Seth Lorinczi and Carolyn Fine, Using Psychedelics to Heal Intergenerational Trauma (3 of 3)
Rabbi Zac Kamenetz, Keynote Address, The World That is Coming
Donna Zerner, “Psychedelic Schtick”
Jon Dennis, Oregon and the Psychedelic Renaissance
Julianna Bright, Carolyn Fine, and Justin Levy, A Panel of Psychedelic Guides
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