Stacy and Brenda talk with founder of Root Healing in Portugal, Ryan "Ghenigho" Rich about the plant medicine Iboga and how this is supporting people to get to the root of trauma and addiction. We discuss the difference between Ibogaine and Iboga. We discuss the Bwiti culture of where Iboga originates from. We discuss how Iboga is used. How Iboga can support people to heal trauma. We discuss what is important to know for those who are thinking about an Iboga ceremony. We discuss the power of ceremony and what a Bwiti ceremony looks like. We talk about the Root Healings standards of care. What discuss some of Ryan's favorite Bwiti teachings. We discuss reciprocity initiatives and giving back to the Bwiti communities. Ryan shares a powerful story of healing.
Ryan "Ghenigho" Rich is the founder of Root Healing. He is a traditional Missoko Bwee-ti Iboga provider who was trained and empowered to lead retreats and also offer pre-initiations to men and women. His work with Iboga includes Traditional Bwee-ti Iboga Ceremonies, Iboga Assisted Detox, Pre-initiations, Iboga Preparation, and Iboga Integration Counseling. Ryan is a lead providers at most of the Root Healing ceremonies and the Detox program. Ryan also studies/practices Tantra, Engaged Buddhism, and of course Bwee-ti. In addition to his Bwiti/Iboga work, Ryan is a meditation teacher, counselor, and mentor. Ryan loves to help people liberate themselves from their conditioning, and their fear, and actualize a more full, engaged, life.
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