Plant Spirit Medicine: The Healing Power of Plants

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Plant Spirit Medicine: The Healing Power of Plants

Plant Spirit Medicine: The Healing Power of Plants By Eliot Cowan Plant Spirit Medicine The Healing Power of Plants Ancient shamanic practice compelled the magician healer to first make contact with the spirit of the plant to ask for its help before administering the herbal cure This practice is still alive today i

  • Title: Plant Spirit Medicine: The Healing Power of Plants
  • Author: Eliot Cowan
  • ISBN: 9780926524095
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Paperback
  • Plant Spirit Medicine: The Healing Power of Plants By Eliot Cowan Ancient shamanic practice compelled the magician healer to first make contact with the spirit of the plant to ask for its help before administering the herbal cure This practice is still alive today in Mexico, among the traditional Indian shaman healers principally the elder Huichol Indian shaman and plant spirit healer, Don Guadalupe Gonzales Rios Elliot Cowan revealAncient shamanic practice compelled the magician healer to first make contact with the spirit of the plant to ask for its help before administering the herbal cure This practice is still alive today in Mexico, among the traditional Indian shaman healers principally the elder Huichol Indian shaman and plant spirit healer, Don Guadalupe Gonzales Rios Elliot Cowan reveals these ancient practices and guides the reader in the effective use of the wild herb plants in the area in which he or she lives The result is a wonderful psychic and spiritual approach to holistic healing.
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    1. Melinda on said:

      This is a fantastic introduction to the world of plant spirits and healing Elliot s candid and straight forward style is pleasant and informative His deep sense of reverence, humility and wisdom easily draw the reader into this world of healing and magic without a whole lot of flake or bullshit This book was recommended through the reading list of a Shaman that I work with Elliot also says some really important things about contemporary masculinity and the inherent masculinity within each of us [...]

    2. Giovanna on said:

      This was a fantastic read I ve had burning questions in my heart for many of my years of herbal studies and this book essentially answered every single one I asked for a teacher, and it came in the form of a book Who knew One of the many things that I am taking away from this book is that when it comes to plant spirit medicine, there are no hard and fast rules about how to go about communicating with the spirits, but rather to just be with the plants and ask them what to do.Eliot Cowan also addr [...]

    3. Ronni on said:

      Exquisite Just what I needed to hear at the moment Beautiful stories and a beautiful connection to the world of plants Absolutely joyous My edition had a different cover, and was apparently a second edition.

    4. Ron Campbell on said:

      This is a very interesting book in that it goes farther into the consciousness or the SPIRIT of the Plant Kingdom Where Secret Life of Plants explores the level of consciousness of Plants Eliot Cowan goes farther and works with the SPIRIT of the Plants.The author in his healing work will call upon on Spirit of the Plant to heal his clients His clients are not to use any physical part of the plant in their healing I find the author s work as a very important component to understanding that everyt [...]

    5. Christine on said:

      Oddly, I enjoyed this book for it s deep message about the spirit of plants and how they we understand their help and the possibilities of what their gifts are to us It s a bit far out there but very, very interesting When Eliot talks about the different planes in his visions dreams it reminds me greatly of the Eckankar religion of many heavens Quantum physicists are just now exploring different dimensions in a way that makes the concept much thoughtful and potentially possible so who knows

    6. Melanie on said:

      One of the best books I ve read in a long time It s not fiction but it reads like a story, and I could hardly put it down I learned so much about the 5 elements among other things The author has developed a relationship with plants that is shamanic, and is able to enlist the help of the spirits of plants to help people, and the experiences he has with them and his patients is just incredible I want to learn Also, right after reading it I had quite an interesting dream that I felt to be coming fr [...]

    7. Michele on said:

      Eliot is an excellent writer and really opens your mind to a naturalistic way of being with nature Nature is always willing to share with us, unfortunately we tend to become so focused on a human level and miss all the wonder and beauty that our spirits need to stay healthy Excellent for anyone interested in reconnecting, not only for those interested in healing work.

    8. Kim Flewelling on said:

      I was given this book as a gift this past springLoved everything about the message since most of my time now is spent in, around, and among my gardens barefoot A beautiful and powerful book to reflect upon while lying in a hammock listening to the whisper and rustle of dancing poplars from bay winds Kim

    9. Julene on said:

      This is one of the most basic spiritual books about herbal medicine Eliot Cowan came to his knowledge of words by the way of Shamanism and each chapter is a part of his journey He poses questions to explore each element and tells his story His process of becoming an herbalist through dreaming and discovery Powerful.

    10. jacqs on said:

      Excellent all around Cowan is grounded and unassuming, has had interesting experiences, and has interesting things to say about spirit possessions and healing with plant spirits The book is fairly short and is a quick read.

    11. Rah~ri on said:

      Read this a long time ago it seems When it was first out in print know I really was happy to see a book dealing with plants on that level Think anyone that loves working with the earth, or gardening any tree hugger would love it

    12. Meredith on said:

      Interesting read Didn t go into the detail of using plant spririt medicine as much as I thought but it was a good read none the less Just another source showing how interconnected we are to everyone and everything on earth.

    13. Starlight on said:

      A beautiful and magical approach to herbal medicine where one honors the spirit of the plant So inspiring and so passionately written I m off to commune with some mugwort

    14. Kim on said:

      This was a new way of working with plant spirits for me What a great book and such a simple healing concept.

    15. Lizzy on said:

      not the most beautiful writing in the world, but lots of great information inside of personal and sometimes humorous accounts.

    16. Lisa on said:

      Mind blowing I have a whole new appreciation for plants and their wisdom.

    17. Chris on said:

      I loved this book I d recommend it to anyone who thinks that plants are really ALIVE and have something valuable to offer us besides just looking pretty.

    18. Laurie on said:

      this book has changed my way of seeing the plant world it is an eye opening read I am currently reading it for the second time.

    19. Tiffany on said:

      Well written, easily comprehensible five phase Chinese medical theory cum plant shamanism You will like the thoughoutness and the clarity of this man He also seems tremendously genuine.

    20. Luce Cronin on said:

      If you are interested in shamanic wisdom re plants, this is the most practical and informative book I have read on the topic One to keep and study for many years.

    21. Niklas Spitz on said:

      Down to earth shamanic discourse on the plant kingdom The author is an erudite acupuncturist and herb medicine man with a good channel on things green and leafy

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