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Menla Online: Amazonian Flower Essences Classification Within the Order of Nature

July 13 - July 14, 2020

Júlia Amiga da Natureza

Flower Essences from the Amazonian Rainforest are profound; both subtle and strong. They make an important contribution to balancing the individual and the planet. These essences have the gift of connecting us to a very deep mystery and healing from the remote and ancient forests, some of which are still virgin in many areas. That mystery can bring a deep healing for many of us by mirroring our own pure and particular essence and helping us connect on the most primal levels with earth from which many of us human beings have lost contact. These medicines come to us in a form of nutrition and therapy for the soul, representing a pathway of self-knowledge, alignment and balance in our daily lives.The Amazonian Flower Essence System has several classifications, all of which originated in the decoding of messages received from elementals of nature. They are, therefore, oriented to the study of the affinities existing between the nature of flowers and the human world, focusing on health standards and not guided by the study of the imbalances (symptoms, diseases) that can help to treat.This introduction course focuses on the first classification, the one that underpinned the development of the system with this unique therapy, focused on health, whose roots are in the very cultural basis of the people from the Amazon.The Classification within the Order of Nature presents three major groups related to the positioning of plants in nature: Virgin Forest, Capoeira (rejuvenated forest) and Cultivated Plants. These groups mirror human internal levels. There are subgroups of the Virgin Forest: large trees, vines, shrubs, epiphytes and fungi; and those of Cultivated Plants: medicinal plants, garden flowers and fruit bearing trees. Each subgroup has a peculiar form of action that determines its therapeutic performance.The detailed study of each of these groups and subgroups, and their interrelationship in the therapeutic process is the theme of this course, whose program is developed within the topics that follow.• An approach to the vision of health, disease and cure, from the perspective of traditional medicine of the peoples of the forest• Interaction of consciousness fields through mirroring nature• Therapeutic process• Brief introduction to Element therapy• Basic notions of healing process / negative patterns and diagnosis (in its approach)• Classification of flowers according to their order in natureTo continue your floral adventure please use this link to sign up for the extended program. Our full event has limited space so sign up soon! Course includes three Amazonian flower essences that will be shipped to your location to use with the class.This is a rare and unprecedented opportunity to take the Amazonian Flower Essences course online. Historically, this course has been offered in-person. In order to respect the transmission of this sacred knowledge, group size is limited to 25 students and all classes will only be available LIVE. Please make sure you can attend these sessions live as there will be no recordings available, and recording these classes is strictly prohibited.
ScheduleMonday, July 13th (Free Stream)
  • 6 - 7pm ET Introduction Program
    • Introduction of the Amazon Flower Essence System- Contextualizing the research- How the System is organized and it’s approach- “Language” of the plants – nature as a mirrorreflecting human nature- Groups of the Classification- Virgin Forest - large group
Saturday, August 1st (Paid Content)
  • 9:30 - 11:30am ET
  • 11:30am - 12pm ET Break
  • 12 - 2pm ET
    • Subgroups of the Virgin ForestTall Trees as a group- Studying the flowers (4 – 6) of this subgroupVines – as a group- Studying the flowers (4 – 6) of this subgroupEpiphytes as a group- Studying the flowers (3) of this subgroup
Sunday, August 2nd (Paid Content)
  • 9:30 - 11:30am ET
  • 11:30am - 12pm ET Break
  • 12 - 2pm ET
    • Subgroups of the Virgin ForestShrubs as a group- Studying the flowers (4 – 6) of this subgroupFungi as a group- Studying the flowers (4 – 6) of this subgroup
Saturday, August 8th (Paid Content)
  • 9:30 - 11:30am ET
  • 11:30am - 12pm ET Break
  • 12 - 2pm ET
    • - Capoeira (Rejuvenated Forest ) 🡺 - Large group- Studying the flowers: (5 – 7) of this group- Cultivated Plants - Large groupSubgroups of the cultivated plants- Fruit Bering Trees as a group- Studying the flowers (4 – 6) of this subgroup
Sunday, August 9th (Paid Content)
  • 9:30 - 11:30am ET
  • 11:30am - 12pm ET Break
  • 12 - 2pm ET
    • Subgroups of the cultivated plants- Medicinal Plants as a group- Studying the flowers (5 – 7) of this subgroup- Garden flowers as a group- Studying the flowers (5 – 8) of this subgroup- Conclusion

ABOUT THE TEACHERs

Júlia Amiga da Natureza

Júlia Freire de Medeiros has a degree in Environmental Management from the Federal University of Brasília-UNB. She worked in Socio-environmental projects in the Amazon. Today she works in the area of health and therapy; she explores the environmental and human health interface....

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