Ritual Smoke Medicine:  Finding your plant ally, setting intentions, making smudge sticks from wild plants
$15.00

Ritual Smoke Medicine: Finding your plant ally, setting intentions, making smudge sticks from wild plants

Want to know the ritual of smoke medicine (aka smudging) and bringing in good energies and leaving bad ones behind... But not sure where to start? 

Come join us and learn about using smudging to heal and shift energy. Along with finding you  find your plant allies to help you move energetically towards your highest good and open the door for new possibilities as we enter the fall.  

September 21st from 6 til 8pm to welcome in the Fall Equinox.  

Explore the plants, history and vibes with Colleen from Wild Roots Apothecary,  as we dip into the magic of intentions and smudging.  Colleen will be leading us in learning all about the plant spirit medicine and traditional uses. Then using traditional practices we will be creating our own how, what and why of using smudging as a ritual practice.  See what resonates with your spirit and bundle it up to set beautiful intentions and clearing for the upcoming season.  

History of Smudging Ritual
Determining Energetic Qualities of Plants
Wildcrafting and harvesting local plants for your smudges
Learn about the magical uses and historical uses
Set your intentions and ritual for the next season

    Come enjoy and afternoon at the Apothecary and the mountains and rivers of Rappahannock County. 

    We will be connecting to the earth by foraging for plants & trees so please wear appropriate clothes.  More info and directions will be provided after you join us.  

    If you'd like to attend and don't have the funds please contact me directly. 

     

    SPECIAL INVITATION:

    Colleen here,  If you haven't found your community of people yet I really want to invite you to join in on our high vibe earth spirit connections afterwards for a potluck Equinox celebration afterwards. Bring friends and a dish to pass as we enjoy the evening and revel at the changing of the season.  Everyone is welcome and everyone will be smudged as asked to let go of the past, make an intention and celebrate the turning of the season.  

    As an offering part of the proceeds of this class will be donated to United Plant Savers a beautiful organization helping to save our native medicinal and woodland plants.   If you can make a donation that supports this wonderful organization then please do so. 

    All my green blessings,

    Colleen