Cultural Detox is the art and science of realizing our sovereign interconnected nature and embodying its most authentic expression here and now.
Next Cultural Detox Program
From Biology to Belief
March 5th – April 15th 2024
Joshua Mathew Duncan (RamKrishan)
For the past two decades Joshua has been facilitating and supporting deep transformational work both with individuals and in groups.
Out of high school he traveled to the Amazon Jungle where he lived and studied the sciences of vegetalismo and plant spirit medicine, undergoing a process himself that he calls Cultural Detox. Back in the United States, seeking to deeply understand the nature of the mind and the origin of dis-ease, he ordained as a Buddhist monk and spent over a year in intensive silent retreat. Leaving the monastery he was led to a master of Raj yoga and was asked to integrate his experiences and begin teaching – which has since led him all over the world and to work with individuals from all backgrounds and walks of life.
Throughout the years he has refined his approach into simple and practical perspectives and tools that promote wholeness, unity and above all else making peace with this moment.
Through deep listening, inquiry, and reflection he helps gently guide a person towards their own clarity, sovereignty and wholeness. Helping a person disentangle from conflicting emotions, thoughts, beliefs and life choices and re-align on all levels with their deepest truth and most authentic expression.
Nicole is a woman, wife, devoted mother of two beautiful children, and a lifelong student of indigenous wisdom traditions. She is a Kundalini and Hatha Yoga teacher, as well as an Innate Postpartum care provider.
After losing both her parents to cancer in her early twenties, her own personal healing journey led her to the Amazon Jungle where she found a deeper meaning for her life and service.
Nicole has since dedicated over a decade of her life to sharing the living science of Cultural Detox, serving as a bridge for people to experience the vast healing that the jungle and its mysteries provide.
Nicole carries a prayer for thriving life on the planet, which she weaves into all of her offerings.