Before booking, I will meet with you to and discuss any medical, psychological or physical conditions that could affect your safety on a medicine journey. I may refuse to work with you unless/until certain conditions are met. For questions regarding drug interactions, please consult the ICEERS Drug Interaction Information Service.


Dangerous emergencies are extremely unlikely, but I prefer to be prepared just in case. I have twice been certified as a Wilderness First Responder, which qualifies me to handle common medical and psychological emergencies calmly and effectively with the resources at hand. There is also a hospital about half a mile from my house if needed.

Journey Agreements

During your journey, there are a few important rules to ensure our mutual safety:

  1. Stay in the journey space — While you are in your journey, it is important that you stay in the designated safe space to avoid distraction and danger. If you need something from outside this area, I will be happy to bring it to you.

  2. Do no harm — You agree not to bring harm to either of us or anything in the journey space during your journey. Feel free to punch a pillow, shout, etc if needed.

  3. No sexual touch — Sensual or sexual touch is not allowed in either direction. You may ask me to hold you or your hand if you desire grounding, or I may offer a comforting touch on the shoulder. If you would like to be held or hugged or anything not mentioned here, you may request this and I will do my best to accommodate within my own boundaries of comfort.

  4. Confidentiality — I always appreciate referrals, but please make sure you know and trust someone before sharing my name with them (other than in our weekly group meetings). Also, identifying details of your journey will be held confidential between us.

  5. I have the final say — If you are engaging in harmful or risky behavior, and I ask you to stop, you agree to comply, because I am the sober one. I have your best interest at heart and intend to hold your trust carefully.

Legal Concerns

Working with scheduled substances is a risky business, however it is (in theory) protected under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which prohibits the government from interfering in our practice if they have no compelling reason to do so, and it is part of our religious beliefs. Therefore, is important that all sacrament use be part of ceremonial practice and not for recreational use. 

We can further reduce risk by working in integrity. I strive to be as honest with myself and with others as possible, working toward peace and understanding in all situations. 

Enforcement of drug law with respect to entheogenic medicines is among the government’s lowest priorities right now, because it is becoming widely understood that these medicines can be highly beneficial to us, raising global awareness and creating peace. These medicines are among the safest I know of, having an extremely low incidence of harmful side effects, especially when used in intentional ceremonial containers as we require.

Any legal risk that may arise in doing this work is mostly my responsibility. As a member of this community, your risk is negligible. However, to protect us both, I require that anyone partaking in sacrament through our community be an approved member of the community, which means you have either subscribed to our statement of belief or provided one of your own.

Substance Sourcing

All substances used are sourced from the most trusted producers and all MDMA is tested using anonymous substance testing services using a mass spectrometer to identify exact purity.