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--- THIS COMING WEEK -- EGA presents two fundraiser screening of 'Neurons to Nirvana' - Melbourne 29/30 April

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You are invited to be a part of the official fundraiser ‘Neurons to Nirvana’ screening for Entheogenesis Australis (www.entheo.net) and PRISM (http://prism.org.au/), in association with The Australian Sex Party. The exclusive screenings will be taking place on the 29th and 30th of April at the State Library of Victoria.

‘Neurons to Nirvana’ is a mind-blowing 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.

Featuring leading experts Gabor Mate, Dennis McKenna, Rick Doblin, Charles Grob, Jeremy Narby, Stanislav Grof, David Nutt, Julie Holland, David Healy, Michael Mithoefer, David Nichols, Amanda Fielding, Stephen Ross, Ralph Metzner, Gillian Maxwell, Manuel Schoch, Michael Winkelman, William Richards, Kathleen Harrison, Roland Griffiths, Wade Davis, Ingrid Pacey, and Chris Bennett.

The exclusive screenings also include a personalised introduction by the filmmakers, director Oliver Hockenhull and producer Mikki Willis.

Each screening will be followed by an in-depth discussion panel from relevant Australian specialists in the field of psychedelic science.

Panellists include:

Martin Williams (PRISM and 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 founder – http://www.entheo.net/)

Doors open at 7pm, with the film starting at 7:30pm.

Entry to the Conference Centre (Village Roadshow Theatrette) is via entry 3, which is located at 179 La Trobe Street.

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.

Strictly limited seating with only 180 tickets available for each screening.

Get tickets now - http://www.entheo.net/ega_shop

Facebook event page - https://www.facebook.com/events/469885273139008/

See trailer here - http://vimeo.com/75152295

-- Get Tickets now by clicking this link --

Edited by RonnySimulacrum
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That sound like a very good night!

Spewen it is to far from home :BANGHEAD2: . Is it going to be shown in other states?

Also is the dvd going to be on sale for people that can't get to the screening? I would love to buy a copy of this.

Cheers

Jox

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Just a quick update, there are less than 10% of tickets left for next weeks Tuesday nights 'Neurons to Nirvana' screening at the State Library Victoria. The film will be followed by a in-depth discussion panel on psychedelic medicines and their therapeutic potential. There are also limited tickets available for the following evening, but best act fast to be part of the discussion.

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bumping for those who have not noticed this notice

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Really strong turnout, completely sold out both nights. I try get the panel discussion up on the EGA youtube channel in two weeks or so.

Thanks everyone that came out and supported the event :lol:

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