Bee Alchemy

I have been learning from bees for a few years now, the more I engage in this learning experience the more I am in awe of the bees with the mind of the hive and the service to the whole, this is changing my own relationship to life and land. Bee Alchemy is one of the sacred activism events that I offer, in this we work to connect as students of the bees to learn of there ways. How we treat another is how we treat ourselves and this includes the earth we live on. The bees meet the world in a different way to how we as humans are generally. I have come to understand with observation and journeying that they are aware of the interconnectedness of all life and respond to this with there tireless service to the whole as “I” becomes “We”. Intuitively I feel ants live in a similar way and offer us learning here also. The bee Alchemy work invites us to learn from with the bees and absorb and embody this wisdom which once was humans way too so is held within us to awaken and bring this out into the world in practical ways. We are invited to step off the ladder and back into the circle of life. The hive is a holy place to learn this blessing.

2 Replies to “Bee Alchemy”

  1. Hi Brian,
    I remember as a child spending lot of time watching an ant nest.They are so busy all the time. But what fascinated me was theirwill of achievement. One ant will struggle with a twig 10 times her size, but then some of her mates seeing the struggle will to the rescuen and soon the twig was carried a way by a group of ants….
    The indigenous tribes still live like this.All shared, all equal, if one has food the whole tribe has food. Yes the “I” becomes “we”.

    But in our society we are much more individualist, the ego takes over, and to my opinion this” ego” gets bigger in our modern world because of the media, when one can show his/her achievements to the world.Although, there was a nice communtity spirit during the lockkdown…so let’s hope all in not lost.

    1. Hi Rejane, Thank You for this, I agree we have much to learn from insect life, I spent yesterday watching the ant nest in the garden, amazing wee things, hope all is well with you, and hope to see you soon

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