Plant Consciousness

salvia_painting_mpm3I know there’s not any hard scientific evidence to back this, but I sure do like the idea of the earth possessing arcane knowledge that it passes on to us, its most conscious beings, via its plant life. In fact, the title of this here blogspace is a riff on ethno-botanist Terrence McKenna’s psilocybin- and DMT-induced visions, wherein he claims to have beheld geometric elvish figures who could create objects by singing. Their message to him was not to be overcome by wonder, but to observe what they were doing, because he could do it, too.

The title of the lecture below, delivered to the Carl Jung society, is Sacred Plants as Guides.

Do enjoy.

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Posted on February 11, 2013, in Musing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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