This three-part webinar will address the relationship between human beings and plant families and link them to methods for making remedies for the immune system.
The first session will present hidden rhythmic solar patterns in plant growth. These growth rhythms in plants form a bridge to the rhythmic functions of human organs. A pictorial system of solar plant growth rhythms or “signatures” will be the topic of the first session.
The second session will use the pictorial signatures of different plant families as a basis for looking at the hyper and hypo functionality of organs of the human immune system. The concept of alchemical “dew” would today be called endocrine secretion. The flux and deposition patterns of endocrine “dew” can be linked chemically to the flux and deposition patterns in plant saps. The functionality of several members of the parsley family of plants that are useful for strengthening immune response will be the topic of the second session.
The third session will address the history of science as it relates to the idea of pathogen/germ and terrain/environment.
Dennis Klocek, MFA, is co-founder of the Coros Institute, an internationally renowned lecturer, and teacher. He is the author of nine books, including the newly released Colors of the Soul; Esoteric Physiology and also Sacred Agriculture: The Alchemy of Biodynamics. He regularly shares his alchemical, spiritual, and scientific insights at dennisklocek.com.
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…
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.