Did you know that exposing your body and mind to the life-giving energies of clean food and spending time in nature is not only beneficial for your own body, it also affect the genetic expression of your descendants? Today we take it outdoors to chat with Jasmine Shoshanna, owner and operator of Jasmine's Gardens. A long-time environmental activist, Jasmine's attachment to the land began on her grandparents' farm. Sustaining long-term relationships and repeat business is the foundation of Jasmine's business. This gardening and natural living company combines Jasmine's love of nature, health, and beauty, with her desire to work together to create a world where nature matters, and where clean, healthy living is more important than the latest outbreak of technology.
Creating outdoor spaces that feel magical is like writing a love poem to the Earth. Taking time to feel nature, whether it's wild space or designed space, benefits us in ways well beyond simple aesthetics. It may just save our lives.
Biodynamics in present-day Western culture (2:30)
Relying on the soil food web for fertility (9:00)
The feeling-space of trees, waters, and gardens (13:50)
Jasmine's biodynamic path (21:15)
Lifestyle, epigenetics, and subsequent generations (23:45)
"What is going to create harmony in this space?": the approach that sets Jasmine's landscaping approach apart (27:50)
What happens energetically when you apply a biodynamic preparation (30:30)
Eastern medicine, creating synergy in the body, creating synergy on the land (36:15)
Ringing Cedars by Vladimir Megre
The Alchemist by Paul Coelho
Rehmannia Dean Thomas (Chinese herbalism on YouTube)