What is Sacred Gardening?

June 19, 2017 Keeeping Flow 0

We define Sacred Gardening as an art form and healing practice that consists of using intuition and knowledge gained from direct experiences to co-create with all beings and forces in the Universe to expand human consciousness and produce nourishment. People choose to practice  Sacred Gardening in many ways, however we follow [… more …]

Wild Amaranth Volunteered in the Garden

June 17, 2017 Keeeping Flow 0

Oh joy! Wild Amaranth volunteered in the garden. Funny thing, last year I tried growing it and not one plant made it… I figured it was not a plant that wanted to grow in the garden. You know, given that I never use any insecticides, pesticides, fertilizers, and all… The [… more …]

Insect Consciousness and Sacred Gardening

June 16, 2017 Keeeping Flow 0

Insects are not pests and plants are not weeds. Don’t let anyone define your reality. You choose the type of relationship you want to have with nature and Creation. It matters more than what we’ve been conditioned to beLIEve… Love is the key and sacred gardening is an efficient practice [… more …]

Gardening Without Fertilizers

June 14, 2017 Keeeping Flow 0

Most experts believe that vegetable crops cannot be grown without fertilizers. They debate whether composted animal manures are better than chemical-based fertilizers, which is worse for climate change, more ethical, sustainable, or profitable. This is a false debate rooted in antiquated beliefs/ignorance. In this video I show how vegetables can [… more …]

Passion Flower Volunteered in the Garden

June 11, 2017 Keeeping Flow 0

Passion Flower volunteered in the garden. What a great opportunity to build a relationship with such an amazing plant. Passion Flower is good to calm the nervous system and have many other healing properties. If you look carefully at the flower and let your cognitive imagination flow, you may “feel” [… more …]

Easy to grow Chia – Love and Sunshine

June 8, 2017 Keeeping Flow 0

Two short videos about growing and harvesting Chia. Chia is really easy to grow. It is drought resistance and insects don’t seem to like eating it?! Chia seeds are among the healthiest foods; they call it a “superfood”. A 1 ounce (28 grams) serving of chia seeds contains: Fiber: 11 [… more …]

Sacred Gardening

May 11, 2017 Keeeping Flow 0

Sacred Gardening can be defined as an art form and healing practice that consists of using intuition and knowledge gained from direct experiences to co-create with all beings and forces in the Universe to expand human consciousness and produce nourishment. Sacred Gardening is part of a wider pursuit call Sacred Living [… more …]