I had the priviledge to interview Sophia Rokhlin back in July, 2019. Sophia Rokhlin is a program coordinator at the Chaikuni Institute and directs the sustainable ayahuasca cultivation program at The Temple of the Way of Light, a traditional plant medicine retreat center in the Peruvian Amazon. She is the co-author of When Plants Dream: …
We live in a world where collectively, systems and institutions have been built on the shadow energy of the wounded masculine. Each of us is plugged into the wounded masculine until extensive self-work is performed; the MAJORITY of this self-work takes place in between journeys, in between silent meditation retreats, and in between each breath.
As the world is waking up, more are searching for holistic methods to heal trauma, release painful past and reconnect with their heart and soul’s wisdom, and ayahuasca is one of these modalities. Working with something such as plant medicine can shift who we are at the core and assist us in making bold and soul-aligned choices to achieve greater freedom and joy in life.