Music: One of our guides in a psychedelic journey. Intentionally, we can choose different ways to go inward: Sooth, resonate, transform, accept or play to name a few. Meditations and music can help guide these intentions.

Notice your reactions to the music and the related feelings. They may be beautiful or they may be difficult. What is your relationship to each of those? What kinds of difficulty can you go towards and which do you run from, push away or struggle with? There is no “wrong way” in this space, only you. What arises is your next step.

...for the deaf and forest cold - 77min - 34 tracks (mixed)

An evocative journey into the underworld with a nurturing return. Themes of connection, loneliness, grief, pleasure, compassion and love.  -full tracklist-

Waiting For The Moon - 2hrs 27min - 28 tracks

A journey allowing grief to express itself with support, soothing and reassurance. Gently coaxing the feelings, letting them know it's safe here. Taking time to find their own way towards solace and acceptance.

Psychedelic Cannabis: Therapeutic Methods and Unique Blends to Treat Trauma and Transform Consciousness

By Daniel McQueen

“Groundbreaking and grounded, common sense and liberating,”

“Is a highly reliable botanical psychedelic legally available throughout most of the US? The answer is a resounding “yes,” and the details of that answer reside in the book Psychedelic Cannabis: Breaking the Gate by Daniel McQueen. As with many discoveries in this field, it began with McQueen’s serendipitous discovery of how, with the proper dose, set, intention, and setting, marijuana can produce the same psychedelic effects that occur with “classical” compounds like DMT and psilocybin. This book provides guidance every step of the way: personal preparation, selection of cannabis strains, methods for “getting enough,” managing the experience, and integration. Most highly recommended!” 

– Rick Strassman, author of DMT The Spirit Molecule

Medicinal Mindfulness Trained

Lani and Chris are both graduates of the Center for Medicinal Mindfulness’ Psychedelic Sitter’s School and continue to engage with professional consultation and supervision while actively working towards credentialing in Cannabis Assisted Psychedelic Therapy® (CAPT). CAPT is a cutting edge treatment modality developed by Daniel and Alison McQueen which draws from Trauma Informed, Transpersonal, Somatic, Mindfulness based therapies, and current best practice Psychedelic Therapy methods to empower clients in accessing their own inherent movement towards health and wholeness.

Rooted in Experience

The Center for Medicinal Mindfulness Clinic in Boulder, Colorado is the first legal Psychedelic Plant Medicine Therapy Clinic in the US, and since 2012 has been treating clients both individually and in groups using CAPT for concerns such as PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Existential Anxiety, Substance Abuse, Grief, and Spiritual Development with promising clinical outcomes, such as clients reporting a resolving of PTSD symptoms within a few sessions. 

Safe Community Policy (Code of Ethics)

In the wake of the current political environment, we believe it is important to firmly and explicitly state that CannaCocoon is committed to being a Safe Community for all people, including religious, racial and cultural minorities, women, people with disabilities and the LGBTQ community. We believe it is our responsibility to be an active voice in this conversation by embodying and promoting important principles of safety and accountability.

The psychedelic community is vulnerable to unsafe situations and people. There are many examples of people outside of our community using their positions of authority; professionally, legally or within family systems, to harm, harass or persecute psychedelic medicine users. There are also people who pretend to be members of the psychedelic community who use these medicines in unsafe, manipulative and sexually coercive ways. It is important for all of us to develop, implement and fully support policies that protect our most vulnerable members.

We adhere to Medicinal Mindfulness’ safe community policy.

Any reports of assault, abuse, harassment or discrimination can be made through

Psychedelic Peer Support Line

San Francisco based non-profit offers free, confidential emotional support by phone and text message to people during and after their psychedelic experiences


Psychedelics Today Trip Journal

Helps you prepare, track, and begin to work with your psychedelic experience. In This 68 page book, you will find preparation tips and advice, journal prompts, a psychedelic trip checklist, a trip report section, and more. 

Psychedelics Today Integration Workbook

Have you had a psychedelic experience and unsure how to work with the experience? Psychedelic experiences can be difficult, confusing, blissful, and life-changing, but knowing what to do next can be overwhelming. That is why we have put together this psychedelic integration workbook to help you through your process.

LEGAL DISCLAIMER: CC Journeywork LLC dba CannaCocoon fully complies with all local and California State Cannabis laws and all federal regulations. We are a harm reduction, mindfulness service and education company. We do not promote illegal activities or provide resources for obtaining illegal substances or illegal psychedelic psychotherapy services. Mindfulness Based Psychedelic Therapy is not psychotherapy although it works well as an adjunct support.

CC Journeywork LLC dba CannaCocoon does not provide or sell cannabis for any aspect of our program and it is not a retailer, supplier, reseller, distributor, agent, representative or subcontractor of any cannabis supplier or retailer.

As a psychedelic harm reduction program we do not support the misuse or abuse of Cannabis, any other drug or psychedelic medicine. Nor do we believe that Cannabis or psychedelic medicine exploration, even within the confines of applicable laws, is appropriate or beneficial for everyone.