This course is an opportunity for those who already have a developing relationship with plants and plant medicine to honor that relationship, to prioritize it in their life and to explore it more deeply in community. Plants are our distant relatives, they have ancient souls and intelligence which is similar and also different to ours. Through honoring them and inviting them to be our teachers and our guides, we may step into deeper relationship and by consequence, learn to work with them, learn to walk more gently and humbly in the world, and learn to embrace the evolution of our own healing.
We will explore different tools and methods to help you develop the skills and confidence to work with plants in a more clear, honest and direct way in your own life and in your practice. Together, we will remember how to communicate with the green world and we will refine our skills of perception, interpretation and integration of their gifts.
This course is for you if you are ready to make a commitment to your personal relationship with the plant world and it will require you to honor the sacredness inherent to the natural world. It is an invitation to dig deep, to open your heart and mind, and to reconnect with the ancestors still alive within you and living all around you: the healers, the teachers, the supporters, the protectors. You will be supported in the process of coming home to the place in yourself that honors and respects other beings and works with them in a co-creative manner. This experience can be life changing, but it is up to you to be ready to invite a deeper level of co-creative existence and respect into your life.
Together, we will explore:
Setting Sacred Space
Communicating with Plant Spirits
Dowsing as a Medium for Intuition
Reciprocity with the Spirit World
Energy Anatomy based on the work of Caroline Myss
Chakra Balancing Techniques
Flower Essences and other Plant Spirit Preparations
Spiritual Bathing/ Cleansing with Plants
Energy Hygiene as “Clean Living”
Ancestral Plant Magic
Sacred Objects and Plant-Honoring Craftwork
11 Saturdays beginning May 30th and ending October 24th, from 10am to 4pm.
Location: the Hyllantree Classroom in Hope, Maine
Overnight camping is available. The space is rustic but comfortable. You are welcome to camp indoors or anywhere on the surrounding 30 acres of land. It’s mostly wooded but there are some really amazing spots.
A $200 non-refundable deposit holds your space in this course (limited to 12 participants)
At least $600 must be paid before the first class, and the remainder must be paid in full by the 1st of August.
Class dates: May 30th, June 13th and 27th, July 18th, August 1st, 15th and 29th, September 12th and 26th, October 10th and 24th.
Call or email with inquires or to register.