08-06-2022 - Love Thyself: Plant Medicine for Sensual Incarnation
Our body can both be the conduit of the most profound pain and the most delicious ecstasy. In either of the extremes (and everything in between), the body is our teacher. When our full incarnation can be hard to muster at any moment in the distraction, stimulation and intensity of our times, plants can support us in coming back home.
In her class, Love Thyself: Plant Medicine for Sensual Incarnation, herbalist Rachel Budde will discuss a set of herbs which create pathways back to our sensual natures. She will be discussing the synergy between the body systems and the energetics and physical properties of botanicals. Rachel will also demonstrate two potions made from the plants covered in the class.
These potions are meant to be mediums of Self Love Magic. Rachel believes that practicing Loving Thyself is some of the most radical and world changing work we can do. In this class we will be making a Love Thyself Cordial (including a non-alcoholic option) as well as a Love Thyself body oil.
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About the Instructor:
Rachel Budde of Fat + The Moon has experience conducting ethnobotanical research for the last seven years in Slovenia, her ancestral home, as well as her ongoing mentee relationship with ethnobotanist Kathleen Harrison, create the framework for her to speak to the subject on how plants and people relate on the physical, emotional and spiritual realms. She has also studied in the Mazatec mushroom tradition, working with plants and fungi for vision and prayer. Find Fat + The Moon on instagram here.