Thu, Mar 15|
Boulder Center for Conscious Community
Psychosis & Ecology: An Exploration
Join us as we welcome special guest, Steven Morgan, who will explore psychosis and the natural world, where mind and nature intersect. This event is offered for FREE (donations welcome) as part of our Re-claiming Knowledge & Narrative Community Speaker Series.
Time & Location
Mar 15, 2018, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Boulder Center for Conscious Community, 1637 28th St, Boulder, CO 80301, USA
About The Event
Psychosis is an experience of mind existing in all cultures throughout time. Animals experience it too, and certain plants intentionally produce it. So what is this experience, whether produced voluntarily or involuntarily, and other states of mind called “mental illness” doing on the planet? The traditional story is that the brain is broken, but that story misses the mark. Psychosis is often purposeful with an ecological function. Join us for an exploration into this exciting frontier where nature and mind intersect.
Steven Morgan is a psychiatric survivor who has worked for twelve years in peer support for mental health. He has directed and created alternative programs for people experiencing psychosis and other extreme states, and currently teaches a framework for building mutual support to people around the world. He lives outside, loves outside, and believes what’s outside drives what’s inside.