Plant Spirit Medicine with Pip Waller
Sat 30 March 2019 11:00-16:00
4.106, Cavendish Campus
Update: Tickets are now OFF SALE for all non-students. If you are a student but not a member of the complementary medicine society, please email the society about securing a place. If you are NOT a student, OR an alumni with an alumni card, it is now too late to purchase tickets for the event.
If you are purchasing the CMS Member Student or CMS Member Alumni ticket, you will need to prove membership and student status on the door.
Plant Spirit Medicine is the shamans’ way with plants. It recognizes that plants have spirit and that spirit is the strongest medicine. Spirit can heal the deepest reaches of the heart and soul.
Since the beginning of time, when the traditional shaman-healer turned to the plant world, he turned to the spirits of the plants. It was the spirits of the plants that healed his patients. The spirits were his friends, his teachers, and his allies.
Plant Spirit Medicine healers call upon the extraordinary healing power of the plant spirits. Plant Spirit Medicine differs from many forms of herbalism in the importance it places on the relationship between the plants, the healer and the client. PSM healers look at the whole person, seeing all they have to offer, leaving judgment and criticism behind. Only by seeing a person in this way can we come to the root of a person’s imbalance and use the appropriate plants to provide them with what they need for health in their body, mind, and spirit. The result is a deeply effective, deeply elegant form of healing.
With Plant Spirit Medicine, we return the person to balance and harmony, to their greatest sense of themselves. Our ancestors lived this way – an existence in which there is no illusion of separation from nature. Plant Spirit Medicine restores us to this state of grace.introduces connecting and building deep relationship with nature and the plant spirits.
It is good as a stand-alone experience to better understand what this extraordinary medicine is about, and to deepen connection with divine nature, or as an enticement to further study.