Integral to our spirituality is the practice of reclaiming our lower selves. The series will focus on the relationship we have with our Mother Earth, especially through our partnership with growing herbs, flowers and more. Tending a plant from seed to harvest, then offering the Earth back Her ancestors through their ashes, is an olden practice. It brings our bodies back into communion with the dirt we stand upon and heals us mind, body and soul. As a family trad witch, I will be bringing my own tradition to the table that incorporates both Cherokee and the Irish Celtic methodologies and philosophies. In Session Two, we will explore how plants respond to our vibrations (and vice versa) and how this relates to the growth of our bodies and spirit. Throughout the term, we will also research our own local folklore/garden lore as we prepare for our final class project.
Instructor: Katharyn Privett-Duren, Ph.D.
Class Meetings: Tuesdays 8 PM ET, week of April 6 – week of May 3
The Findhorn Garden: Pioneering a New Vision of Man and Nature in Cooperation
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