Overview of 2010 Co-Creative Gardening Study Group

 


 

Excerpts from

The Findhorn Garden: Pioneering a New Vision of Man and Nature in Cooperation.

"Whether you tend a garden or not, you are the
gardener of your own being, the seed of your
destiny.", p. 180

Pan: I am the servant of Almighty God, and I and my
subjects are willing to come to the aid of mankind, in
spite of the way he has treated us and abused nature,
if he affirms belief in us and asks for our help.
, p. 123

 



We are a small group of people who believe, as does the Findhorn Community, that "a reconciliation between man and the nature spirits is now required for the survival of the world."* We have been applying the principles and processes outlined in the Perelandra gardening workbooks written by Michaelle Small Wright** to our gardens for the last three years. Our goal is to work in a respectful partnership with nature to manifest gardens of balance and environments of healing.

This February 3rd we will begin the fourth year of our Co-Creative Gardening Study Group (formerly the Magical Garden Class). We invite all those who would like to learn to actively cooperate with nature intelligences in their gardens, and/or in their lives, to join with us in this year's study group. The group meets for nine months (February through October) once or twice a month, (see schedule below). If you participate, we are confident that the experience, knowledge, and tools you obtain will enhance both your gardening practices and your life.

Participants will discuss reading assignments, ask questions, and share how we are inspired to apply what we're learning to our own gardens and beyond, including topics of spiritual development.  Field trips, in depth instruction in kinesiology as a dowsing tool, regular attunements to various aspects of nature, and supplemental readings will also be included. Open to interested gardeners of all skill levels. See class schedule, required texts and fees below.

Footnotes:

* The Findhorn Garden: Pioneering a New Vision of Man
and Nature in Cooperation, p. 123.
**
Perelandra Garden Workbook: A Complete Guide to
Gardening with Nature Intelligences, and Garden
Workbook II: Co-Creative Energy Processes for
Gardening, Agriculture, and Life.

 


 

Regular Classes:

No classes are scheduled at this time.  Please contact us if you desire a class in your area.  Creative options available.

 


 

Additional Information:

Required texts by Machaelle Small Wright: Perelandra Garden Workbook, Second Edition; Perelandra Garden Workbook II. See web site for syllabus (2010) and supplemental reading list. Fee: $5 per class to cover costs. Payable at the beginning of each class.  Open enrollment available for late-comers.  For more information or to register call Jennifer at 802-453-6411.