Alchemy and Medical Astrology in Clinical Herbalism (lecture from 2016 Breitenbush Herb Conference)

This class covers some of the critical components in regards to how incorporating western alchemy and medical astrology can radically enhance your practice of holistic herbalism. When we talk about holistic herbalism, I often see the word holistic spelled “whole-istic”- to be truly holistic we have to think about the wholeness of people and plants. This ultimately requires that we look at how people and plants are in relationship to the wholeness of life itself. Alchemy and medical astrology are in essence patterns of this wholeness of nature and how to harness that power for transformational healing.

 

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