Thursday, September 19
7:00PM - 9:00PM
Maha Rose, Brooklyn, NC
Ever wanted to talk to plants? Sometimes think you’re hearing stones singing? Wonder what the river’s whispering about?
Based in intimate relationship with the world around us, this workshop offers you integrative techniques for deepening your relationship with the medicine of the natural world and deepening relationship with yourself. It’s a celebration of intuition, acknowledging where your inner wisdom shows up with strength and integrity and noticing how your distractions can keep you from real intimacy and trust.
With foundations in intentional connection, ethical consideration, and authentic presence, we start by remembering ourselves as medicine, relating to the wisdom we carry and engaging humility and openness as we relate with the world beyond our bodies. We practice intentional connection through the languages that most align with us, be they energetic, spiritual, emotional, or otherwise.
You get to connect with your language and, through this connection, cultivate your capacity for conversation with plants, stones, waters, fire, and other medicine of the earth.
This gathering centers around actual communication with earth medicine, a subtle and potent conversation with our earthy allies. It’s ideal for experienced practitioners of the healing arts as well as dipping-a-toe-in learners — anyone seeking to balance the information-heavy connection we have with earth medicine these days via the internet by integrating a relationship based in real gratitude and reciprocity with the wonder of the earth. Participants tend to leave inspired and authenticated in their own intuitive connection with the wild world and take with them a real, heart-centered toolkit for moving deeper in the practice of connection, whatever direction beckons. These are potent practices for growing in relationship and for navigating healing with greater ease and grace.
Earth allies will be present, but if you feel inspired to bring a stone or plant or other connection that’s meaningful to you, please do! Questions? Feel free to email Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.