About a month ago I started working closely with Nettle to co-create and write Dreaming with Nettle: A Plant Spirit Short Read.
For me, this meant drinking regular infusions of Nettle and Oatstraw and connecting with the energy and spirit of the plant on a daily basis to understand more of what wanted to be shared.
What came through surprised me. I started understanding more of the empowering nature of Nettle. More of how she creates reserves of energy to draw upon in the body while also directing or channeling energy through my central nervous system in order to manifest and create. I didn’t expect to get to know know her lightening-like nature that had me sitting in a closet producing an album all weekend (when I had no plans to do so). To understand more of her ability to nourish, nurture, and create tremendous amounts of focus.
Today Dreaming with Nettle launches out into the world (available exclusively on Amazon Kindle which you can read on the Kindle app on your phone or computer too). Sharing with you her medicine (both “practical” properties as well as energetic and spiritual. Including her ability to create healthy boundaries that are needed and break down existing ones that no longer serve. Nettle is a powerhouse and I’m honoured that I was able to experience more of her medicine first-hand in order to bring this book to you so that you too can benefit from her qualities and gifts.
I have Nettle to thank for my unprecedented energy and focus over the past several weeks. She helped me birth many things into the world and I feel ready now to return to larger creative projects too.
If you need an energetic boost, want help with the concepts of protection, nourishment, boundaries and focus, Nettle is a powerful ally. I hope you’ll read more about her and get to know her for yourself.
For more information, visit the book’s page.
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*The information shared in this post is not intended as medical advice or diagnosis. This post was originally published as a newsletter in May 2020, long before this site was even an idea.
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