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Part 1 – Soul and Spirit; Part 2 – Soul to Soul; and Part 3 – Soul and Senses
Part 4 – Soul and Myth; Part 5 – Soul and symbol; and Part 6 – Soul and Karma
A truly ground-breaking presentation uniting the realms of gem and plant A complete overview of the theoretical and practical elements for the creation of gem-based plant sprays designed to regulate and stimulate plant growth processes for the enhancement of medicinal qualities and environmental resilience. Learn Course Features Course details & schedule Lesson Preview Session 1…
Part 7 – Soul and Color; Part 8 – Soul and Suffering: The Flaming Door; and Part 9 – Soul and Ceremony
Part 10 – Soul and Death; Part 11 – Soul and Freedom – The path of sacrifice, Jumping mouse; Part 12 – Soul and Initiation – Overcoming despair, Hiawatha
In the yearly cycle the events of Holy Week can be the source of profound meditations on the relationship between pain and suffering on one hand and joy and gratitude on the other. Using indications from the work of Emil Bock on the daily events of Holy Week as a foundation, this weekend workshop will be composed of meditative pictures from alchemical sources of the planetary forces that serve as backdrop for the Christ drama. The focus of the work will be to explore alchemical imagery that is in harmony with the Easter celebration of the victory of life over death.
This free presentation is a chance for you to learn first hand how alchemical principles have informed Dennis’ deep insights in the development of new biodynamic preparations, the importance of timing and rhythm in agriculture, and the role of the practitioner’s inner development on the effectiveness of the biodynamic method.
In this weekend workshop, Dennis shares living pictures of the heart as a future organ of perception, diving deep into the physical, etheric, astral and spiritual aspects of its becomings and function. Methods for healing and inner work are presented.
Perceiving the Spirit in the Natural World – Frey Vineyard Jan 2014 Contemporary science, with its focus on the gathering of abstract data as a means for the perception of natural phenomena, tends to promote the view that nature is simply a resource to be exploited. Earlier civilizations tended to see the phenomena of nature…
This two-day workshop brought together those who are actively engaged in growing medicinal plants to share space with persons who are actively involved in the healing arts and in education. Presentations on greenwood selection and fermentation as well as demonstrations of selection, equipment and techniques for ultra-fine semi-precious gem grinding and filtering were given. The presentations focused on best practices.