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The European Ibogaine Forum

The European Ibogaine Forum will take place in Vienna from September 8-10. The conference will bring together some of the leading researchers in the science and therapeutic use of Ibogaine. The forum aims to raise awareness of the beneficial properties of this unique plant-derived medicine in Europe, to stimulate further research interest, support advocacy in different contexts as well as discuss the use of ibogaine as a therapy for addiction, neurodegenerative disorders, as well as a catalyst for spiritual development.
The forum has the goal of making this sacred tool better known, safer as well as more sustainably and ethically sourced. We invited a wide range of speakers and guests from a variety of backgrounds in order to stimulate a rich dialogue about ibogaine, develop ways of integrating it in our culture and explore how they can be incorporated into a medically approved context.

The forum is a non-profit event organised by a small team of volunteers passionate about ibogaine and promoting its beneficial properties.

The conference is intended to complement the important work of ICEERS and GITA in bringing ibogaine to the world.

 

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About the author, Lorna

Lorna Liana is a new media strategist and lifestyle business coach to visionary entrepreneurs. She travels the world while running her business as a digital nomad. Lorna's boutique agency provides “done for you” web design, development and online marketing services for social ventures, sustainable brands, transformational coaches and new paradigm thought leaders. She is also a personal development junkie, and 20 year practitioner of shamanism, with extensive training in Tibetan Bon Shamanism and the ayahuasca traditions of the Amazon Basin.

A self-professed ayahuasca snob and perennial ayahuasca tourist, Lorna has been drinking ayahuasca since 2004. She's been in approximately 150 ayahuasca ceremonies (from terrible to fantastic), and tasted wide variety of ayahuasca brews (from awful to exquisite).

Her ayahuasca experience spans 30+ different shamans and facilitators, 7 indigenous tribes, several Brazilian churches, and a host of neo-shamanic circles, in Peru, Ecuador, Brazil, Europe, the US, and Asia.

Through this widely-varied background, she hopes to shed some perspective on the globalization of ayahuasca.

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