The Rebel Wisdom Digital Campfire is where we host many of our events and conversations in front of a live audience. You can buy tickets for individual events (see below), or join as a member and get access to a host of different sessions.
We have different calls for the different membership levels, Sensemakers can attend all sessions, Explorers are welcome to all our Monday calls. Wise Rebels are invited to our monthly AMA. Scroll down to see all upcoming sessions!
We have up to 15 events a month. You can save up to 75% by becoming a Rebel Wisdom member. Please click the button below to find out more.
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This is a regular monthly AMA (ask me anything) session with Rebel Wisdom founders David Fuller and Alexander Beiner. They are an opportunity to ask any questions, about guests, about any of the films and topics featured on Rebel Wisdom, and also any questions about the Digital Campfire itself. All questions, criticisms and ideas welcome!
Our monthly Campfire Gathering is open to all members. A place to connect with other RW members, talk about what's going on behind the scenes, ask questions or comment on Rebel Wisdom content, and practice live sensemaking around what's going on in the world.
Monday, 19 July @ 8PM UK / 3PM ET / 12PM PT
The shadow—“the me I cannot see”—is the denied, repressed, or unknown side of self. Arran and Alyssa are brilliant facilitators who use a unique technique of exploring shadow material through a “personal pantheon” of different characters, including The King, the Trickster, the Little Girl, the Commander, the Destroyer, the Monster and more. This session will help us identify our personal pantheon, developing a dialogue, and—as a long-term goal—integrating them back into the self.
Alyssa Polizzi and Arran Rogerson are the holds of the 'The Golden Shadow', a virtual venue and podcast exploring psychology, philosophy, mythology, and the shadow. They have also gaining a reputation as shadow work facilitators, using creative and incisive Jungian approaches to help people explore and work with their dark sides.
Weds 21st July @ 8pm UK / 3pm ET / 12pm PT
Dennis McKenna is perhaps the world's best-known psychedelic ethnobotanist and a pioneer in the field of psychedelic research. He's the author of several books, including 'The Brotherhood of the Screaming Abyss' which chronicles his life with his brother Terence. In this showcase, we'll be exploring what the future of psychedelics might look like, and what we can learn from the past.
Dennis McKenna is a psychedelic luminary, ethnobotanist and author. He is the director of ethnopharmacology at the Heffter Research Institute, a non-profit organization concerned with the investigation of the potential therapeutic uses of psychedelic medicines.
Weds, 28th July @ 8PM UK / 3PM ET / 12PM PT