TNP170 Flower Essences from the Witch’s Garden with Nicholas Pearson

52 minutes

I’m thrilled to welcome back to the podcast, Nicholas Pearson - longtime listeners will remember him from episode 158 (Beyond Crystals Basics). Nicholas is an author, healer and teacher and today we’re talking about Flower Essences and how they can be so safe yet still effective, and how to work with them if you’re new to this as a healing modality or ritual tool, including some really unique methods I haven't seen anywhere else. 

Check out Flower Essences from the Witch's Garden: Plant Spirits in Magical Herbalism

Nicholas has recently announced some very exciting new offerings including an expanded pocket version of Crystal Basics with over 450 gemstone listings – follow Nicholas on Instagram @theluminouspearl to hear when pre-orders are available.

Plus he’s co-leading a pilgrimage to Glastonbury in spring of 2023 to visit sacred wells, stone circles, and ruins, and to meet the crystal and gemstone guardians of the landscape. Amazing! Find out more here.

To join my 7-week psychoeducation course, Contact Nutrition 101, simply sign up for The Numinous Network. 

 

Here's a transcript of this interview.

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