During this teleseminar, Esperide will share the wisdom of the Trees especially the ancient ones who carry the original blueprint of “Treeness”. Trees, through their specific sensitivity and intelligence are able to weave the tightest network of connections that exists on the planet making them the largest and most powerful “living computers” on Earth. For us, as humans, re-establishing a spiritual connection with these beings is a way to recuperate an important part of our collective soul.
Join herbalist, and teacher, Kate Gilday as she shares about the essence of trees and our relationship with them. Pine, Oak, Maple and Birch, Spruce and Fir, wild Apple and Cherry, Beech and Aspen~ these are some of the trees that grace the woodlands of the Northeast. These are the generous elders that have sheltered, warmed, fed and nurtured people and forest dwelling animals for millions of years. They are the standing ones who reach for the sky even as they spread or deepen their roots, connecting with the earth and with each other. In his poem “ Fireflies” Bengali song- poet Rabandrith Tagore suggests“Trees are the earth's endless effort to speak to the listening heaven.”
In this teleseminar, Celebrant and For a Tree co-founder, Rani Findlay will speak about Tree ceremonies and especially the Tree Gratitude Ceremony shared by ForaTree.org. In ceremony, we connect with one another, to spirit and to the web of all life. The sacred act of ceremony with trees creates the opportunity for us to experience our identity and responsibility as caretakers of life on our Mother Earth.
The Yew is the earthly and sentient expression of the ONE original pre-earthly organism that the earliest cultures referred to as the Tree of Life. The ancient and yet timeless language of the living Yew holds memory and information concerning the pre-earthly origin and spiritual lineage of human beings.
About Michael Dunning
Following a sequence of harrowing ‘near-death’ encounters with elemental beings of the ancient Earth that began in Thurso in the far north of Scotland, Michael was drawn to an ancient yew tree close to Edinburgh. For over nine years this immensely powerful female yew restored him to health and initiated him in the teachings of the Yew Mysteries. Michael now lives in the USA. He currently teaches the work of the Yew Mysteries on the east and on the west coast of the continental USA as well as in Canada. www.yewmysteries.com
Clare Dubois is a founding member of TreeSisters, a global network of women who work/donate for the restoration of our tropical forests as an expression of planetary care. Clare is an Earth loving social entrepreneur and inspirational speaker who worked internationally for 18 years facilitating groups, coaching business leaders and creating behaviour change processes within the personal growth sector.
In this teleseminar Pam will share the teachings and wisdom of White Pine, the tree of peace. White Pine has been a main ally of Pam’s for two decades and is an elder among trees who helps to initiate humans into what it means to be truly human. Pam will share with you stories from the White Pine Initiation to be held in September.
Join O.N.E. and Peruvian healer, Arkan Lushwala in opening our new teleseminar series, Trees of Life. In many traditions, especially tribal cultures, the Tree of Life is the embodiment of the prayer and promise of continuity. It holds the sacred seeds of the future and offers divine instruction for living our lives .
August 13, 2017, 12pm-1pm PST, 3pm-4pm EST
Sage Mountain Retreat Center & Native Plant Preserve is one of New England’s foremost learning centers for herbs and earth awareness. Join founder, Rosemary Gladstar for an hour of sharing stories about how to create a retreat center that is also a sanctuary for plants, animals and people. What are the key ingredients that go into making a place such as Sage Mountain a true sanctuary – a place of safety and sacredness?
Herbal gardens offer sanctuary for pollinators, people and elemental beings. Flowering plants and trees, hedgerows and pathways, arbors and benches, altars and bells add magical dimensions into a healing garden. A diversity of plants, blooming throughout the gardening season encourages a diversity of pollinators and birds. Hedgerows and bells are friends to Elemental beings. The biodynamic approach we use at Avena Botanical gardens helps create a sacred environment for all beings that enter the gardens.
June 11, 2017, 12pm-1pm PST, 3pm-4pm EST
Call in number: 1-805-309-2350 or 1-800-309-2350 (toll free)
Access code: 5771624#.
Join Mark and Emily Mattison as they share their experience in creating and caring for Wild Water, an urban sanctuary garden. Nestled amongst a multitude of Brownsfield Industrial sites along the Saginaw River in Bay City Michigan is the Wild Water Sanctuary Garden.