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    Carly Mountain


    Carly Mountain

    Carly Mountain is a writer, psychotherapist and women’s initiatory guide. She facilitates women at all ages and stages of life to remember, reclaim and reconnect with their sensual, emotional, embodied aliveness and instinctual knowing that is rooted in the earth. Drawing on twenty years of embodied practice, training and space holding and holds a trauma informed approach.
    Carly is the author of "Descent & Rising - Women's Stories & the Embodiment of the Inanna Myth". In this episode we explore the wisdom that has emerged from Carlys exploration with Inanna and how we can weave rites of passage back into the world. Descent & Rising explores real stories of women’s descents into the underworld of the psyche – journeys of dissolution, grief and breakdown precipitated by trauma, fertility issues, loss of loved ones, mental health struggles, FGM, sexual abuse, birthing experiences, illness, war, burnout… This is territory that Carly Mountain, psychotherapist and women’s initiatory guide, knows intimately, and guides us through with exquisite care and insight, using the ancient Sumerian myth of the goddess Inanna as a blueprint. She maps not only the descent but the rising, and familiarises us with a process of female psycho-spiritual growth overlooked in patriarchal culture. Available from wherever you get your books from online.

    I absolutely love Carlys work and she is such an embodiment of the wise woman and the potential of mythos to bring us back to a place of deep communion with the divine within and without. It was such a joy to get to sit down together as much of my passion is mirrored in Carlys ways of working and guiding. You will love this podcast if you are called to the path of feminine mysticism, re-wilding and rites of passage work."

    - Cathy

    You can find Carly here:

    IG handle @carly_mountain


  • The Library

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    Meet me in The Mushroom

    Robyn Smith

    In this episode we explore many elements that emerge from within Robyn's wealth of wisdom. From self initiatory rites, to the role of women in the unfolding world, the patriarchy within us and the healing potential that lies in our knowing of self as nature. If you are curious about women's mysticism, earth based spirituality, women claiming the mantle of witch & leading from a rooted connection with the earth, then you will absolutely love this woman and this conversation.




    Ebyan Zanini

    In this episode of Entheogenica, host Cathy Coyle sits with Ebyan Zanini, artist, poet and teacher.
    This conversation is deeply meaningful for us both, and we came together with the intention to explore the potential for building awareness around the on going conflict in Palestine. The intention here is to create space for meaningful discourse around the roles we each have in this moment.

    Meet me in The Mushroom

    Acacea Lewis

    In this episode Cathy Coyle sits down with Acacea Lewis to explore the world of high dose mushroom journeys.

    Acacea is a researcher and lifelong student of the sacred psilocybin mushroom. As well as the Founder of The Divine Master Alchemy school for Entheogenic Cultural Literacy and Ethnobotanical Naturopathy, a student of Kylindi Lyi and an explorer of the quantum space whilst on higher doses of psilocybin mushrooms.

    This episode touches on magic, preparing for high dose journey work. Stories from Acacea's layers of initiation, as well as her diverse ethnic lineage and the wisdoms of ancestral medicine.




    Mikaela De la Myco, Psychedelic motherhood, wise woman, healer and visionary guide. After studying under teachers of western tantra, traditional mexica ceremony and womb healing in the ma'at tradition, Mikaela has committed herself to education and community care. We discuss psilocybin in motherhood, women's health and breastfeeding. The importance of the feminine in psychedelic mysteries today.

    Meet me in The Mushroom

    Cathy Coyle

    Interview between former Wall street Journalalist Stephanie Cohan and host Cathy Coyle.

    Meet me in The Mushroom

    Darren Le Barron

    Darren Springer is a mycologist, educator, researcher and event organizer based in the UK. With a passion for exploring the African roots of Sacred Mushroom use. This interview explores Darrens Afro-carribean heritage, his mentor Kilindi Lyi, self exploration with psilocybin and much more.





    Meet me in The Mushroom

    Anne Dutton

    Interview with Anne Dutton Anne Dutton is a mindfulness and meditation instructor, psychotherapist, somatic therapist, clinician for on-going research trials at Yale, and Buddhist scholar. We discuss the role of meditation and yoga in the psychedelic experience and integration. Annes involvement with the on going Psilocybin research at Yale University.



    Meet me in The Mushroom

    Julian Vayne

    Julian Vayne, is a renowned Occultist. With expertise spanning from Druidry to Chaos Magick, from indigenous American shamanism through to Freemasonry and Wicca. A regular speaker at conferences on the subject of contemporary occultism and magic, Julian is a also a museum educator. We chat Tantra, Animal guides and Julians book "Getting Higher"- The manual of psychedelic ceremony.



    Meet me in The Mushroom

    Shonagh Home

    Shonagh is a visionary medicine woman, shamanic therapist, author and poet. Shonagh is an instrumental figure in the psychedelic community, a voice and inspiration for women on the path of visionary medicine work. We explore the role of nature as a portal for healing and self discovery, the remembrance of the wise woman traditions and how we can assist people to move through the current state of global disillusionment through re-igniting this path.