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The Solstice Giftaway

Our gift to you!

December 16th – 22nd


Winter Solstice is an opportunity to go inward and find balance between us and our fellow planet. The rituals practiced can be seen as sacred and even regenerative.

What better way of celebrating the solstice than by tapping into the wonders of the world? The Mind of Plants is right in line with earth and spirit connection that we experience each 21st of December, and for that reason we are gifting you a free eBook!

The book will mesmerize you, taking you to another realm in your own backyard.


“The mind of the tree returns. Recalls that earth is its mother.”

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The Mind of Plants

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The Mind of Plants: Narratives of Vegetal Intelligence
Edited by Monica Gagliano, John Charles Ryan, and Patricia Vieira
Foreword by Dennis McKenna, Ph.D.

Explorations of plant consciousness and human interactions with the natural world.

From apples to ayahuasca, coffee to kurrajong, passionflower to peyote, plants are conscious beings. How they interact with each other, with humanity and with the world at large has long been studied by researchers, scientists and spiritual teachers and seekers. The Mind of Plants: Narratives of Vegetal Intelligence brings together works from all these disciplines and more in a collection of essays that highlights what we know and what we intuit about botanical life.

The Mind of Plants, featuring a foreword by Dennis McKenna, is a collection of short essays, narratives and poetry on plants and their interaction with humans. Contributors include Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of the New York Times’ best seller Braiding Sweetgrass, Jeremy Narby, John Kinsella, Luis Eduardo Luna, Megan Kaminski and dozens more. The book’s editors, John C. Ryan, Patrícia Vieira and Monica Gagliano – each of whom also contributed works to the collection – weave together essays, personal reflections and poems paired with intricate illustrations by José María Pout.

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