LifeOS: exploring the system that executes DNA

August 9, 2012

Plant Spirit Communication: Immunity Is Not Resistance

Filed under: Uncategorized — insomniac @ 5:48 am

These two posts go together, huh?

Garden with Nature

I attended a workshop back in early July on Plant Spirit Communication taught by Heather Luna Keasby, owner of the Nevada City Herb and Tea Company.  It was a wonderful adventure because of Heather’s firm grounding in both clinical herbalism and shamanic plant traditions.  The blending of science and spirit helped me to return home more certain than ever that I am not making this stuff up – or if I am, it’s just because that’s the nature and process of reality in a quantum universe.

During the workshop, everyone spent some individual time connecting with the same plant species.  We would then gather and compare notes.  While no two people had the same experience, it was fun to see the themes that would start to emerge.  With Self-Heal, for example, words such as “beehive”, “community”, and “balance” were often used as different participants described their experience with the plant…

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  1. Hello Jim,

    Came across this and thought of you.


    Comment by Mondo — September 26, 2012 @ 8:11 pm

    • Howdy Mondo! Thanks, i love this stuff. Science is really coming around. =-)

      Been working on an animation series… should be putting some stuff up on youtube pretty soon.

      Hope all is well with you and yours.

      Cheers, jim


      Comment by insomniac — September 27, 2012 @ 6:21 am

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