Zines | Taste & See: A Psychedelic Pesach Companion

This beautifully produced zine is meant to serve as a companion, exploring the seder and themes of Passover through a psychedelic lens. Whether you choose to ingest an entheogen to enhance or reinvent Pesach ritual, or you wish to harness the technology of the seder itself to expand your consciousness, we invite you to get creative, to blend collective tradition with personal truth. In this spirit, we have collaborated, crowdsourced, curated, and cowritten this psychedelic Passover companion. In it, we hope you will find fresh inspiration, useful information, and novel interpretations of ancient stories, rituals, and ideas.

The first limited edition printing of just 250 copies will sell out fast! To get yours in time for seder 2023, make sure to place your order before Thursday, March 30th. A digital version is available for immediate download as well, and will be included with all print orders.

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Wounds into Wisdom: A Conversation About Healing Intergenerational Jewish Trauma with Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone and Dr. Gabor Maté

In this beautiful conversation, Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone and Dr. Gabor Maté shared personal experiences working with the burgeoning field of trauma healing across generations. 

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