Latest News & Events
Shamanic Breathwork Workshop, Sept. 21st
BPS will be presenting Shamanic Breathwork with Robert Heffernan, September 21st, at 7 PM. The workshop will begin with a sound meditation, moving into an hour of breathwork, with time for integration afterward.
Mushroom Cultivation Class, Sept. 30th
Led by mycologist Rae Weyhe, the class will provide growing instructions from spores to the dinner table for (fully legal) culinary mushrooms. We look forward to celebrating the changing of the seasons and the beauty of fungus with you!
Our mission is to make psychedelic healing a publicly accessible good through community, education, democratic ownership, and advocacy.
Fiscally sponsored by MAPS, the nonprofit currently funding phase 3 clinical trials for MDMA-assisted psychotherapy.
President and CEO, MPOWERED | Board Chair, Social Venture Circle
Bennet Zelner, PhD
Professor of Business, UMaryland | Co-founder, Transformative Capital Institute
Nicholas Powers, PhD
Professor of English, SUNY Old Westbury | Psychedelic Author and Journalist
Launching a Psychedelic Co-op
BPS is busy developing a one-of-a-kind psychedelic co-op. The coop will be a democratically owned healing and transformation center that we hope will become a model for making these powerful medicines a publicly accessible good. This is a project we’re very excited about and one that we’ll need a great deal of support from you, our community, to realize. Sign up for our newsletter for more info.
The Journey Cohort Program
The Journey Cohort Program will be the primary offering of the psychedelic co-op. This will be a healing and integration program for before, during, and after a transformative journey in a small group setting. More details will be announced soon. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter for updates.
Brooklyn Psychedelic Society, Inc., operates a charitable project fiscally sponsored by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), (Federal TX ID: 59-2751953), a Section 501(c)3 public charity. In accordance with federal tax requirements, MAPS exercises discretion and control over all project funds. Please make your donations for the purposes of the project directly to MAPS.