We Will Call It Pala
A story for the psychedelic movement, created for the Auryn Project
Ever since Learie was a little girl she felt that she lived in a troubled world. So she builds a small piece of the psychedelic medicine renaissance and calls it Gaia Health. Follow Learie and Gaia Health through growth and investment rounds, pivots and adaptations until the company Learie eventually leaves is very different from the company she started. This true story was created Auryn Project, a non-profit incubator for organizations building equitable, affordable psychedelic medicine for all. "We envision a future where safe, legal and affordable access to psychedelic healing creates a more free, just and connected world." What vision do you have for a psychedelic future? And what will you do now, while you can, to see that it is realized? Auryn Project encourages those developing a psychedelic business model to ask these questions, and to consider that what we really need are psychedelic models for business that define new standards for integrity, equity and ethics. "Business reimagined with a technicolor glow," as the project's website says.