Coffee flowers and immature fruit.

Many of us are. We can become dependent on coffee: need to drink more cups to feel truly awake or feel irritable if we stop drinking it. If you feel, like David Lynch, that even “bad coffee is better than no coffee at all”, you’re not alone. Even the great composers J.S. Bach and Beethoven were probably coffee addicts.

Well, it’s actually okay, let’s just use this one tip to change your relationship to the ritual of your morning coffee. Before drinking your morning coffee, stir the four sacred elements of earth, wind, fire, and water into your cup to create greater health.  

Coffee is a sacred power plant and superfood that can help you connect with the divine. It’s been used this way since the Sufis discovered it centuries ago.

I’ll be giving you more tips and tricks just like this in my upcoming webinar series:

4 Power Plants You May Take For Granted: How to Respect Your Relationship to Coffee, Tea, Tobacco, and Chocolate

11;30- noon EST from Monday to Wednesday 3/19-3/22 at Shamanic Earth Medicine.

Did you know cacao, coffee, tobacco, and tea are sacred plants, each used in ceremony by their parent cultures? In this 4 day webinar series, Kirsten and Merissa Lovett will explore these teaching or “power” plants, their potential to create addiction when misused, and their healing power to transform addiction when related to in a respectful way. Each session is 30 minutes long, and anyone who registers here will receive a sacred practice to work with each plant.

Learn how to:

  • Recognize power plants as channels for spiritual work
  • Understand why their addictive potential is a symptom of misuse of their power
  • Use each plant in a healthy way
  • Understand how traditional cultures worked with the plant
  • Build a spiritual connection to each plant

Start the solar year with a better relationship with these powerful plant helpers.

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