The Edgar Cayce readings tell us that “. . . he who understands nature walks close with God,” and that “. . . as much outdoors as possible would be well for the body.” As March arrives and spring is on the horizon, we often feel called to spend more time outdoors—in nature, in the woods, and in the garden. Cayce advised us that we could learn how to live by taking lessons from nature. If we spend time observing how nature is “using, doing, and being all that the Creator had them do,” perhaps we could do so as well, and gain a greater understanding of the Oneness of ALL life—all of creation. Join us for a fascinating and timely webinar featuring psychic teacher Deb Bowen, who explores these concepts and shares the incredible benefits of communing with nature, the elements and spiritual gardening.
- Explore the concept of stewardship of the land and a non-hierarchical way of relating to all beings, including plants
- Understand the Gaia Principle and the Devic Realm, and how they apply to your garden
- Work with the cycles of the Moon and the energies of the cardinal directions as our ancestors did
- Address “pests” in the garden and explore ideas for enjoying what you grow—whether it’s a bushel of fruit or a simple blooming basket
Whether you have a backyard plot or a community garden, a balcony, or just take a walk through a local park, you will be inspired to integrate the gift of nature into your spiritual practice.
Important Information: After registration, you will be taken to a webpage with a link to watch the presentation. Be sure to bookmark this link as it can be used to re-watch the event with the added bonus of being able to pause, rewind, and fast-forward!
Deb Bowen is a retired academic educator who also has spent the last 16 years teaching people how to embrace, awaken and strengthen their intuition. Each week on the popular Psychic Teachers podcast, co-hosted with Samantha Fey, she takes listeners on an exploration to help them discover their authentic gifts and to trust the still, small voice within. Her courses on an array of metaphysical topics are interactive, fun, informative and filled with handouts, practical exercises and quizzes students can use right away to fully step into their light and do the work they came here to do. Deb is author of A Good Friend for Bad Times: Helping Others through Grief (Augsburg Publishers), and several short stories. She has a novel in editorial review. Learn more about Deb’s work at www.debbowen.com.