We are generations, coming together to share positive change.
We may belong to different generations, but we are the individuals whose lives have been transformed through entheogenic experiences.
We are those who are embodying and seeking collaboration by living in a new paradigm of the psychedelic renaissance.
Burning Man Multiverse
How do we, as a community, take our collective entheogenic realizations and embody psychedelic integration through positive change in the areas of personal, relational, global and cosmic impact?
Integrating what entheogenic experiences have inspired by transforming our hearts and minds, and bringing our unique gifts to the world through acts of compassion and service.
We’re curious how psychedelics help us evolve – as a community, and as humanity.
Zendo Project & MAPS
The Zendo Project of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is proud to present EntheoGeneration – a psychedelic speaker series that examines how we can integrate our collective psychedelic experiences and wisdom into positive action for collective planetary transformation.
This year’s conversation will focus on the importance of community to ensure accountability, integration, and stewardship of our smaller pods as well as the global approach of humanity as a species. Through this diversity, we hope to share the collective intelligence, insights, and intuitions with our audience to inspire a hopeful and obtainable future.
Revolution ↔ Evolution
Join the Conversation!
Quadrants of Entheogeneration’s
Multigenerational Psychedelic Dialogues
- 11 Principles of Burning Man
- Hope & Inspiration in Uncertain Times
- Social Justice & Community Resiliency
- Engagement & Sharing
- Local action & Regenerative Practices
- Peer Support & Self Care
- Resolution, Transformation, Consent
- Diversity of Perspectives & Philosophies
- Promoting Connection, Humor, Inspiration
- Empowering Local Impact
- Beyond Psychedelics: Integration & Action
- Peace, Love, Unity, Respect (PLUR)
Audri Scott Williams is the first woman to lead a global walk for Human Rights and Environmental Justice. She led the Trail of Dreams World Peace Walk over 6 continents (2005-2009); the 13 Moon Walk 4 Peace across America to over 50 communities (2010- 2011); led The Red Flame for Freedom Movement, a national movement to end human trafficking, mass incarceration and children in poverty. She currently is the visionary for 20 Million Women Strong. Audri is the first African American woman to run for Congress in Alabama, District 2; and a strong advocate for the Get Out the Vote Initiatives of Black Voters Matter and the League of Women Voters in Alabama.
She has received numerous awards for her service to humanity. Awards include: the Presidential Certificate of Merit (President Bill Clinton), the Ameilia Boynton Robinson (Matriarch of the Voting Rights Movement) Legacy Award; HBO Hearing Her Voice, Telling Her Story Award; Volvo for Life American Heroes Award; and the 2008 URI Bowes Award to the Trail of Dreams Team (awarded in India). She holds a Masters’ in Liberal Arts from Naropa University/Creation Spirituality in Indigenous Science, a BA in Criminology from the University of Tampa, with post graduate studies at Harvard University, University of Maryland, and American University.
Audri currently serves as the Spiritual Director of the Spiritual Enrichment Center in Dothan, Alabama. She is also a Global Trustee for the United Religions Initiative. She served as the Interim Global Indigenous Coordinator for the United Religions Initiative (2013-2014) and co-convener of the historic Hidden Seeds Global Indigenous Gathering in Northern California (2014). She served as an Apprentice with the Worldwide Indigenous Science Network where she escorted and documented indigenous wisdom keepers around the world. She is a former Dean of Instruction at the Institute of Divine Wisdom in Atlanta, GA, and former Dean of Continuing Education and Community Service at Charles County Community College in LaPlata, MD. Audri co-founded a theatrical company, Uprising, in Washington D.C. to outreach to youth and families (1991-1997).
As a global peace walker and advocate for evolutionary change in the world, she commits herself to creating a sustainable and viable world for generations to come, she is dedicated to the realization of the beloved community in the here and now.
In his own words: I have an insatiable curiosity, love and fascination for life, and life as art.
I am a visual and recording artist, event producer, and founder of I.AM.LIFE, a non-profit record label andeven t production company focused on music as medicine: the intersection of music, neurobiology, and traditional and contemporary ceremonies and psycho-spiritual therapies.
My work is a synthesis of passions in art, spirituality, and science, with emphasis on the evolution of human consciousness and potential. With over 25 years of experience with “plant medicine” work, I am an enthusiastic public advocate for the decriminalization and responsible use of all plant medicines.
Motivation: From all I’ve experienced so far, what most motivates my participation in life is the idea that the most lasting, sustainable way forward for humanity would be to bring together the best of indigenous and modern world views; our knowledge, wisdom, and technologies, to create a new, shared cosmology, what some are calling, “a new story”. I like “The vision that informs the Pachamama Alliance’s work is of a world that works for everyone: an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, socially just human presence on this planet—a New Dream for humanity.”
Why Plant Medicines: Being in “right relationship” with plant medicines teaches us to be in right relationship with ourselves, each other, and the world.
Like many, I feel the revolution needed to overcome the challenges facing humanity is an accelerated evolution of human consciousness. This consciousness would be an interconnected eco-consciousness – a union of ancient and new understandings of the world and ourselves that reconnects us to “the garden” and cosmos in revelatory awe of who we are.
Responsible, intentional, ceremonial, psyco-spiritual use of plant medicine teachers and entheogens consistently offer this – healing us from historic, ancestral traumas, restoring our sense of connection, and, as my lifelong friend, Sunny Solwind, would say, “help cure us of stupidity”.