Thu, Jun 10|
Zoom Online Event
Embodied Plant Medicine
What if my body is my basket, and I become the Tulip Poplar tree? The call of the plants is not primarily for them but for me -- a Divine invitation to fully Embody and Be.
Time & Location
Jun 10, 2021, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM EDT
Zoom Online Event
About the Event
Join us for an exceptional discussion on Embodied Plant Medicine with Amanda Nicole.
What if my body is my basket, and I become the Tulip Poplar tree? The call of the plants is not primarily for them but for me -- a Divine invitation to fully Embody and Be. When I am the vessel holding Nettles' green leaves, the cup remains empty, untouched by tea, and I am the Medicine and the Medicine is me.
Some of the themes we will explore:
* Plants as Instruments of Incarnation
* Embodied Plant Medicine -- Becoming the Divine Rose
* Sexual Trauma & Plant Medicine
* Bear as Guide & Companion
* Listening to the Voices of the Land
In this live discussion with Amanda, you will have the opportunity to learn some beautiful wisdom teachings from her and to ask questions.
About Amanda Nicole
Amanda Nicole is a daughter of the Blue Ridge Mountains. She listens to the trees, sits with the land, and gathers medicine messages to share. As an author, poet, teacher, herbalist, mother of six, and Divine Daughter, it is her delight to hold space for others as their eyes and ears open to the Beauty and Medicine that is All Around Us.
In 2010, Amanda purposefully began her journey with the plants. She studied herbalism at Green Comfort School of Herbal Medicine and Sky House Herbs and was blessed to continue her studies by sitting at the feet of Matthew Wood.
Deeply grateful for her teachers, Amanda is blessed and held by the spirits of her Choctaw (Chahta) ancestors as she offers the sacred medicine of Spirit and Earth through classes, consultations, ceremony, the written word, and song.
Her book, Flowers for a Girl: Plant Medicine & Sexual Trauma, is a poetic telling of her healing journey with the plants as teachers and companions. You can hear the plants speak through Amanda by listening to her podcast, Whispers: Plant Spirit Medicine.
Loved by Tulip Poplar, Amanda is happiest sitting under a tree, surrounded by wildflowers, dusted with dirt, or immersed in wild water. She invites you to visit her website: www.alchemillas.com
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