Listening with Heart

I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart: I am. I am. I am.
~Sylvia Path, The Bell Jar

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The senses are vital to foragers of wild foods and medicines. Sight, smell, touch, or taste reveal a plant’s identity; giving way to a deep knowing of the land.

Many of us use subtler senses to guide us as we wander in the woods and fields.
Heart knowledge, and gut knowledge.
The way a plant makes a person want to sing or cry or laugh.

Sometimes it takes an immersion to develop these senses.
Or sometimes it takes an introduction.

The only way I know how to share this knowledge is by taking people out into the woods. Asking them to listen and feel in new ways (or old ways).

Join me for an herbal field intensive focusing on Herbal Sensing.
More info: https://trilliumcenter.org/2018/05/15/herbal-sensing/

CVNP

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