During this season, we’re talking about a number of alternative healing modalities, including the power of mushrooms and micro dosing. Today’s guest, Tracey Tee is the co-founder and CEO of Band of Mothers Media and creator of Moms on Mushrooms; a micro-dosing course made exclusively for moms. With over ten years of experience in the mom sphere, Tracey has recently created an intimate, sacred space for mothers to explore the use of plant medicine. In today’s episode, you will hear the difference between traditional healing modalities, recreational drug use, and micro dosing in order to go inward and begin healing.
“The experience of plant medicine, of healing, of self-transformation, of going inward, it’s just so different when you’re a mom. Your healing happens between soccer practice and ballet pickup. You don’t get to go to the Amazon jungle for 15 days and do ayahuasca.”
Listeners will learn that Tracey’s life in 2020 was the ultimate shift. After losing everything, she found support through mushrooms that helped her alchemize it all. She explains that psychedelics brings the dark stuff to the surface and empowers one to face it. Micro dosing is a sub-perceptual dose of psilocybin with no psychotropic effects. Further explaining how plant medicine can help triggering aspects of the brain to repattern itself.
At Moms on Mushroom, there is a digital course that is three months long and consists of six bi-weekly calls and six bi-weekly lessons. Learning how to properly micro dose is a key part in achieving optimal results. We hope you join us to unpack the truth behind micro-dosing and how it can play a role in your healing.
If you missed last week’s episode on Healing Generational Trauma, be sure to check it out on your spiritual healing journey.