Plant Priestess Exploration

Explore the Plant Priestess path with Erin LaFaive.

7 days of videos, worksheets, meditations, facebook group,
activities, and it’s all FREE!

you’ll receive a digital Plant Priestess poster when you join

Starts March 31, 2018.

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What if there were Plant Priestesses?

Plant Priestess, bringing the sacredness of plants back to humans.

Reviving, re-learning, re-aligning to the sacred language of plants. There is one. A forgotten relationship. It hasn’t been gone very long . . . in comparison to how long humans have been on the Earth. More time has existed with plants and humans communicating than not. Remember that. It may feel like a long forgotten reltionship, interconnectedness. It’s the disconnection that feels sooooo deep. Deeply felt emotions often get in the way of solutions especially the painful emotions. The solution is to remember. Connect. Rekindle the relationship. The light will grow quickly.  

Humans are connected to plants, we have forgotten, we take it for granted 

What if we had Plant Priestesses looking at the world and human interaction in a different perspective – the plant perspective?

we’ll Explore . . .

Reconnecting – to nature, plants, yourself, and a circle of like-minded individuals.
Aligning – your desire to your life by actually listening to your inner calling to plants and the Priestess Path.
Advocating – for yourself by activily engaging in your desire and for the plants realm.
Allowing your herbal interest to unfold and take root and surrendering to the inner call to learn more about medical uses of plants
Learning Plant Spirit Medicine and Herbalism
Attuning to nature’s cycles
Honoring Nature through ceremony and ritual

How will we explore?

Videos – Live group lessons and pre-recorded sessions
Activities – journal prompts, guided meditations, instructions for personal ceremony creation
Community – exclusive Facebook group where we share, learn, and support each other

As a Plant Priestess, my passion is bringing us back to the sacred world of plants .

If you want to explore more about

Herbalism & Priestess Path

to bring back the sacred connection to plants

then join the Plant Priestess Exploration!

I’m Erin LaFaive, Master Herbalist and Plant Priestess

 I’ve been where you are today – and you don’t be alone as a “weird” plant person!

Since my days of gardening as a child in Wisconsin, I’ve always been captivated by plants. They soothed me in times of trouble. They were always there for me. It’s as if I could sense thier encouragement.

The hidden knowledge and versatility of plant life is astounding. During my teen years, I began my self-studies in herbalism – and like you, I was passionate about the topic, but overwhelmed with the information and a bit lost (and lonely) about how to continue.

I formalized my herbalism training with Gigi Stafne of Green Wisdom School of Natural and Botanical Medicine. I also earned a bachelor degree in Geography with an emphasis in Natural Resources Managment and then on to earn a master degree in Environmental Studies.

I’ve worked in three greenhouses learning to cultivate and care for herbs, vegetables, shrubs, and trees. Also, I’ve taught 100s of people of all ages about herbalism, horticulture, and environmental subjects.

I worked for Circle Santuary, interned with a Abiinooji Aki, and experienced other ways of knowing through ceremony, ritual, sacred fire circles, sweatlodges, and other activities.

Learning more about Plant Spirit Medicine is a worthy calling – and I want to help you learn easily and quickly – with a proven system that simplifies your knowledge and keep it organized.

I can’t wait to help you on this path!

In accordance with Wisconsin law and professional standards, the purpose of Full Circle Herbals, LLC is for educational information about Complementary & Alternative Medicine subjects. It is not intended to take the place of personalized medical counseling, diagnosis and/or treatment by a trained medical physician. Herbs and other botanicals are classified by the Food and Drug Administration as food products, to date. Botanicals are not classified as “medicines”. 

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