Psychedelic Mystery School™

We are drawn to the mystery of these medicines as much as the healing. We view them as sacraments to honor our ancestors and bow to them for spiritual guidance and support. We seek direct contact with that beautiful space beyond this space. We yearn for even brief moments of sacred communion with the more than human world. We have felt the spirits of the forest and mountains; we have dived deep into the realm of the collective consciousness and yearn to comprehend the magnificence of all that is.

It’s not just faith that drives our belief but also direct experience. We have communed with guides and allies; we have experienced the archetypes first hand and have felt the power of their existence. They have spoken to us. We have become one with the light and sunk into the void beyond it. Time is a concept that has more meaning to us than the relentless ticking of a clock. It is eternal in the present moment.

How do we engage this space safely? Sustainably? With reverence and gratitude? How do we even find the words to describe these ineffable states? What exactly is “energy” and how do I skillfully and confidently engage it? What does it mean to look beyond the edges of the world? Is magic real? Where do I belong in this greater community of being?

These are the questions explored in Psychedelic Mystery School.

You are invited to join us on an expedition into the mysterious space beyond the visible and explore the edges yourself; to see and feel what is out there. There is no dogma here, just curiosity.

We will work with the tools that go beyond the “psychotherapeutic”; tools of divination and prayer, tools of magic and alchemy. Spirits, elements and the “more real than real”.

We honor the dimensions of psychedelic practice that are so neglected and minimized by the quest for psychedelics to be accepted into the mainstream world. We invite the mainstream mind into our world instead. We want others to experience the mystery that we live in. We invite our clients into this space, and bear witness to the sacred awakening of those in our care. We invite them into the greater mystery. We are the psychopomps, the guides, the alchemists, the wild ones.

Primary Learning Objectives: To explore advanced spiritual practices associated with psychedelic medicine work and learn advanced energy practices.

Structure: This is a five day in person intensive with four psychedelic ceremonies. Presentations and integration conversations will be each morning and we will step into different psychedelic experiences each afternoon or evening. We will practice the

standard cannabis ceremony protocols students are familiar with, but we will add more active protocols that include art and divination, energy healing modalities, ceremony and prayer, as well as a new cannabis ceremony that is a much longer nighttime journey using edible cannabis blends as the sacrament.

If you are interested in enrolling please send an email to

Course Details

Dates: April 26th – April 30th 2023

Prerequisites: Completion of Psychedelic Guide Training (PSS 1 & 2)
Credentialing is not required, but recommended for any professional practice.

Tuition: $4,000
(Scholarship tuition: $2,400 – $3,600)
Space Fee: $250

Additional costs: Food, Lodging and Medicine

Location: Lyons, CO


Daniel McQueen

Educator, Founder, psychedelic specialist, Leadership Team, Non-Profit Board Member, Principal Organizer DMTx Program

Ron Camacho, MA

Practitioner, Small Group Leader

Course Content – Webinars

  • Medicine Tools – Smudging, drum, rattle, totems, florida water, etc.
  • Spiritual Hygiene – Using medicine tools and techniques for energetic boundaries
  • Shamanic Journeying – Active engagement with the imaginal/dreamtime
  • Spirits, Deities, & Archetypes – Building relationship w/ transpersonal parts
  • Seven Stages of Alchemy – Intro into alchemical concepts and processes
  • Sacred Medicine Wheel – Intro into earth-centered wisdom and cycles of nature
  • Ritual, Magick, & Ceremony – Intro to working with intention, elements, and creating ceremonial containers
  • More to come – Students will maintain access to the webinars through their membership with Medicinal Mindfulness. More topics will be added on an ongoing basis.

Course Content – Presentations

Part 1
Foundational Transpersonal Skills and Concepts

Presentation 1

  • PSS4 Learning Objectives
  • Brief Overview of PSS4 & Theoretical Orientations • Shamanic, Mystical, Alchemical, Transpersonal, Vedic Philosophy

Presentation 2

  • Spirituality of Cannabis – Brief history of Cannabis as a shamanic/mystical medicine
  • Theory Energy Healing – Quantum, Reiki, Hands on healing – Skillful and ethical touch

Presentation 3

  • Engaging the Imaginal – Shamanic Journeying / active imagination / mediumship
  • Spirits, Deities, & Archetypes – Building transpersonal relationships

Part 2
Ritual, Magick, & Ceremony

Presentation 4

  • Seven Stages of Alchemy – Introduction to alchemical concepts
  • Sacred Medicine Wheel – Earth-centered wisdom and processes of nature

Presentation 5

  • Creating Transpersonal Containers – Medicine Tools, Transpersonal Guides, Altars & Totems
  • Magick – As above, So below – Using found materials and intention setting for manifestation
  • Oracle Tools – Tarot, oracle cards

Part 3
Psychospiritual Integration & Professional Practice

Presentation 6

  • Psychospiritual Integration – How does ritual, magick, and creative expression help with integrating transpersonal and spiritual experiences?
  • Ethical Considerations – appropriation, scope of practice, spiritual consent, still not a “Guru”
  • Practicing the Protocol with other medicines
  • Opportunities with other medicines: DMTx, Ecopsychedelics

Ceremony Descriptions

Ceremony Descriptions

Wednesday – Guided Cannabis Meditation and Psychedelic Blend Making Ceremony

Guided meditation to bring awareness to our bodies as we explore our transpersonal edges in search for meaning in our own inner alchemist, oracle, medium, shaman, psychopomp, etc. 

Thursday – Cannabis Tea Ceremony

Edible cannabis journey to explore our edges and build relationship with the medicine in a different way.  By imbibing the medicine in the form of a tea, we invite the elements of water and earth.  Allowing us to gently flow into our bodies and explore our depths below. This is a longer ceremony to give space for the onset and length of time of the effects of the medicine.  

Friday – Psycholytic Magick Ceremony 

This ceremony is intended to bring gentleness and playfulness into the space by creating a sacred container for us to practice what we’ve been learning over the past few days.  This will be an opportunity for us to practice energetic healings, hands on healing, and connecting with transpersonal and archetypal allies and guides. 

Saturday – Cannabis Tea Ceremony

Schedule Details

(Content subject to change some but the times are set)


  • 10:00am -1:00pm – Morning Session
    • 10-11:30am – Welcome and Community Introductions
    • 11:45-1pm – Presentation 1
    • 1-2pm – Lunch Break 
  • 2:00 – 7:00 pm – Guided Cannabis Meditation and Psychedelic Blend Making Ceremony
    • 2-3:30 Psychedelic Cannabis Blend and Tea Making 
    • 3:30-3:45 – Break
    • 3:45-7pm – Opening Ceremony and Guided Cannabis Meditation 


  • 10:00 am – 12:00 pm – Morning Session
    • 10-10:30 – Gentle Movement and Stretching
    • 10:30-11am – Small Group Check-in
    • 11-11:15am – Break
    • 11:15-12pm – Presentation 2
  • Noon-1pm Lunch Break
  • 1-1:30pm – Tea & Space Prep
  • 1:30-2pm – Self-Care & Free Time
  • 2:00pm – 9:00pm – Cannabis Tea Ceremony
  • Meal at Studio 


  • Noon – 3:00pm – Afternoon Session
    • 12-12:30 – Gentle Movement and Stretching
    • 12:30-1pm – Small Group Check-in
    • 1-1:15pm – Break
    • 1:15-3pm – Presentation 4
    • 3-3:30pm Break
  • 3:30pm – 8:00pm — Play/ Active Imagination Exercise / Shamanic Journeying, Energy work, Psycholytic Magick Ceremony 


  • 10:00am – 12:00 pm – Morning Session
    • 10-10:30 – Gentle Movement and Stretching
    • 10:30-11am – Small Group Check-in
    • 11-11:15am – Break
    • 11:15-12pm – Presentation 5
  • 12-1pm Lunch Break
  • 1-1:30pm – Tea & Space Prep
  • 1:30-2pm – Self-Care/Free time
  • 2:00pm – 9:00pm – Cannabis Tea Ceremony 
  • Meal at Studio


  • Noon-3:00pm 
    • 12-12:30 – Gentle Movement and Stretching
    • 12:30-1pm – Small Group Check-in
    • 1-1:15pm – Break
    • 1:15-2:45pm – Presentation 6
    • 2:45-3pm Break
  • 3:00pm – 4:30pm – Next steps, Q&A and closing meditation