11-07-2021 - Autumn Plant Magic: Spirits Of The Liminal
Join Liz of Sister Spinster in welcoming the magical and varied spirits of Autumn.
In this workshop, we will explore the magical properties and folklore of plants for the altar and personal ritual during this time of the "thinning veil," diving into the world of plants that help us to say YES to settling in and greeting the spirits of this season.
We will also meet some tree guardians of the underworld such as Cottonwood, Cedar and Elder. Focusing on nourishing our vitality, we will cover foods and medicinal herbs that help support the body as we descend into winter.
All participants will receive a special PDF from Liz including recipes and guidance pertaining to this workshop, as well as a replay link.
* Please note that this is a LIVE digital event with a 1 week replay video post class. Due to this, no refunds are available.
- This is a live workshop, with a recording available for 1 week sent out to all registered participants.
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- Enrollment is accepted up until the day of the event.
- All participants are responsible for sourcing their own materials for this workshop.
- Technical difficulties on the attendees end (sound issues, tardiness, wifi connection, video cut out, etc) do not entitle attendees to a refund. We recommend signing on 10 minutes early to sort out any issues.
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About your instructor:
Liz Migliorelli of Sister Spinster belongs to a lineage of spinsters, hedge witches, apple romancers and herb cunning-folk. Liz’s people are Western Slavic, Celtic, Anglo-Saxon and sacro e profano folk from Napoli. Her work with plants is inspired by the old folkways, the emerging folkways and the deep enchantment of living soil.
As a western clinical herbalist and magic maker she believes in affordable, accessible, community-based health care and the healing power of plants. She came to the herbal path through her own healing crisis as well as a frustration with the loss of ancestral wisdom and privatization of health care in the United States.
Find Liz on instagram here.