Monday, December 1, 2014

Stephen Buhner- Plant Intelligence

If this interview doesn't get you thinking...... check your pulse. ;)
I am reading  one of  Stephen Buhner's books



The Lost Language of Plants: The Ecological Importance of Plant Medicines for Life on Earth
by Stephen Harrod Buhner

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So far, so good. His website:  http://www.gaianstudies.org/Stephen.html
He's not down on humans and suggests we serve the plants.
 Stephen Harrod Buhner is the author of 19 books, including Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm, The Lost Language of Plants and Sacred Plant Medicine.
 





Enjoy!

7 comments:

  1. Loved this interview! What a perspective! Buffy, I hope you are around ?
    I know you will enjoy this one

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  2. oh and all the Canucks should recognize the song at the end?
    Trees

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  3. Thought you might be interested in this coinkydynk, Penny...what are the chances???

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/gill-rosenberg-canadian-reportedly-seized-by-isis-appears-to-be-safe-1.2855316

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    1. Hi gc


      Yah, what are the chances? Unless....

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  4. That was great! Don't agree about something.. ie carrying capacity etc - but most of this was just wonderful! I do agree about what has occurred to the environmental movement... :(

    Thanks for this one sweetie!

    Buffy

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    1. Hey buffy :)

      thought you might enjoy it
      I found one from 07 on the book I am reading that I 'm going to post...
      plus synchronicity he also has a beer book that hubby had bought years ago and I have an interview with him from gnostic media on that book that I relistened to today

      OK, I listened twice but the 'carrying capacity" is not ringing a bell?
      If you stop by refresh my memory, or I will force myself to listen again
      which won't be too difficult- oh yes I totally agreed on his take wrt the environmental movement being useless- coopted
      I am waiting for Greenpeace to condemn the war agenda, but good thing I don't hold my breathe

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  5. The carrying capacity is the abitliy of an ecosystem to sustain the biota within it. He says we have reached the earth's carrrying capactiy wrt human populations. I would argue that as I believe the earth can quite happily sustain the current human population, what it cannot sustain is the present economic and social model we humans are using.

    Greenpeace won't condemn the war agenda the warmistas never ever mention the carbon footprint of war and that is a massive 'tell'

    It is a good interview and he is interesting to listen to for sure. I will try to give you a call soon to do some proper catch up ;)

    Buffy

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