Walking out with intention

One of the first steps when wanting to work intuitively with plants is initiating a relationship, and learning how to develop this relationship. In the recording below I briefly describe six distinct stages that common experiences of the groups I facilitate.

Walking with intention – six stages of meeting

These six stages are often experienced as:

* Clarifying your intention and taking your authentic self into the meeting
* Walking with openness and invitation
* Experiencing a sense of attraction or draw to a plant
* Stepping into that attraction
* Being with the plant
* Stepping out of the relationship with gratitude

Each of these stages can be a doorway into wisdom. The reason for seperating them out is not to become overly analytical, but rather to become conscious of the process and the openings that are on offer.



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  1. Thank you. This so beautifully puts into words the experience I have been unconsciously having with trees throughout my life. As you spoke, little snapshots of specific trees I have paused and connected with were appearing in my mind’s eye. And though I know this moment is right, I can’t help but wonder why, WHY I did not learn this as a child? How is it possible to exist so long unaware?

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