The Sabina Project: A Conversation with Founders Undrea Wright and Charlotte James

inbodied life Aug 09, 2020


Founded by Charlotte James and Undrea Wright, The Sabina Project is an educational, healing and inclusive space for all modern journeyers. The Sabina Project offers online and in-person Sacred Earth Medicine integration sessions and workshops to inspire radical self transformation and community liberation, focusing on the BIPOC (Black, Indigenou and People of Color) community.

Charlotte James has been a harm reductionist and psychedelic explorer for over ten years, but her path through this work has not been linear. After leaving harm reduction due to rapid burn out, she is back in the psychedelic space with renewed energy. Charlotte works to create a world in which everyone is able to live in fearless pursuit of their own radical transformation. She uses her skills as a marketing strategist and content creator to build and engage a virtual community focused on pursuing equitable liberation. 

Undrea Wright has been working to heal himself with sacred medicines for over 11 years. He is a cannabis entrepreneur that was instrumental in the decriminilization and medical bill pass in Maryland. Dre practices in the Traditional Amazonian ways, informed by the South American Shipibo-Conibo and Quechua-Lamista lineages, having trained with various global indigenous masters. He focuses on ancient teachings as a means to achieve spiritual enlightenment. At the core of the teachings lies the transformation of consciousness, a spiritual awakening that he sees as the next step in human evolution. An essential aspect of this awakening consists in transcending our ego-based state of consciousness. This is a prerequisite not only for personal happiness but also for the ending of violent conflict endemic on our planet.

What you will learn:

  • Why harm reduction is so important and why letting go of judgment around all drugs is a good idea
  • The value of ancestral work, and why you should invite your family to join you in psychedelic journey work if you’re already doing it. 
  • Learn about the unique barriers to psychedelic exploration in the BIPOC community, and how you can support more BIPOC travelers. 
  • Why Dre and Charlotte named their project after Maria Sabina, and the need to decolonize Sacred Earth Medicines 
  • How white people can be better allies. Hint: Do the deep inner work. It’s a daily practice. 

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