Mar 222017
 

2017 GOOD MEDICINE CONFLUENCE TEACHERS

A Tribute to These Who Give So Much

The following are the bio descriptions of our many fascinating 2017 Good Medicine Confluence teachers, so that you can get a feel for their teachings, schools, books and services, their offerings to the world.  Herbalists,  Cultivators.  Mycologists.  Free Clinic organizers.  Brewers.  Crafters.  Culture-shifters.  You will find here many of the most gifted, unusual, insightful, experienced, and visionary of natural healing educators, from well known names to exciting new voices you may be hearing for the first time.

Our criteria for event teachers is never fame or accreditation, but things like: Their degree of knowledge, and how much of that information comes from their own reflection and experience.  Having a personal style and approach that is different from the usual.  Acting out of a loving relationship with the plants themselves, honoring their gifts and alliance without acting as if they exist and die just for us.  Recognizing the strong connection between healing our bodies, and working to heal the culture and the land.  Speaking out for the alienated and disenfranchised, people of color, the neurodivergent and gender variant.  Helping the disadvantaged access herbs and health care advice.  Working to protect threatened species and disappearing habitat.  Teaching in ways that leads to active healing, the manifesting of dreams and callings, growth and change, instead of an accumulation of credits.  Acting out of a sense of purpose or mission, for the good of more than just us.  Sharing the enchantment and joy of our magical and self empowered work.

We also look to work with folks who are as excited as we are to benefit the herbal resurgence, and all of you in the larger Plant Healer tribe.  If they are encouraged to return to teach in future years, it is partly because they are committed, and because they somehow manage to make time in their very busy schedules to follow through on those commitments.  And a sense of humor can be a big plus given how much we ask of our teachers, from unique classes they’ve never taught before, to lengthy essays for sharing with you the readers!  We are again and again impressed.  And ever so grateful.

Read about them here.  Google their sites.  Come to their Confluence classes, June 14 through 18.  And please – if you would – give them our thanks…

For more information on the 2017 Good Medicine Confluence, or to register, click on the:

Good Medicine Confluence Website

For more information on the 2017 Good Medicine Confluence, or to register, click on the:

Good Medicine Confluence Website

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