Revolutionising our Relationship with Plants: Plant Consciousness 2014
The inherent qualities of the plant kingdom present many opportunities for learning and this two day event, taking place at Regent’s University, London, on October 4-5, will be an exploration into how we can learn more and deepen our relationship with them.
Set to transform our relationship with the environment and sow the seeds for (r)evolution, Plant Consciousness, will be covering topics such as: plant neurobiology, permaculture, deep-ecology, eco-psychology, shamanism and herbalism in the two day symposium of talks and practical workshops.
Boasting influential speakers and stimulating workshops, Plant Consciousness will demonstrate how we can re-establish our connection with nature and why it is essential for the development and well-being of the planet that we do so.
Speakers at the event include:
New York Times best-selling author and eco activist: John Perkins.
Acclaimed author and herbalist: Pam Montgomery.
One of Britain’s first organic farmers: Sir Julian Rose.
The head of the UK’s Druid order: Philip Carr-Gomm.
Award-winning director and author: Simon G Powell.
Plant Communication Researcher: Tigrilla Soler.
From Bach Flower Remedies: Stefan Ball.
The weekend-long event, organised by ArchetypeEvents, is ideally located in the midst of Regent’s Park.
Davyd Farrell, co-founder of PlantConsciousness, says:
“Attendees to Plant Consciousness will not only learn about the extraordinary life of the plant kingdom, they will also discover that by taking individual action we can use a powerful tool to change the collective outlook and attitude towards nature and therefore the planet as a whole.”
For more information, visit: www.plantconsciousness.com
What: Plant Consciousness Conference – 2 days
Where: Tuke Hall, Regent’s University, Regent’s Park, London
When: Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th October 2014, 9.30am – 5.30pm
Tickets: From £45 www.plantconsciousness.com
For further information or interviews with the speakers please contact:
Emma Farrell – firstname.lastname@example.org