31 Dec Fungi: The Forgotten Kindom
Fungi are our sacred ancestors. They are foundational to a resilient planet, body, and community. Fungi illuminate our undeniable connectivity, our dance between life and death, help see the unseen, and exist more as a verb or flow than a stasis or conclusion. In many traditions around the world womyn are the ones who keep the mushroom knowledge. At the same time, in modern American culture, fungi have been dangerously neglected, misunderstood, vilified, condemned and deemed as nothing more than harmful pests.
How do we, as womyn, honor and steward fungi in the body, kitchen, and land? How can we partner with fungi to nourish our families and communities? To engage healing and transformation in our own lives? How do we safely forage, process mushrooms for nourishment, and read landscapes for fungi? How do we drop into wisdom with sacred entheogens?
This workshop offers an interactive deep dive into the sacred kindom fungi, their healing language, and a spacious meditation that grounds, connects, and honors our resilient transformation together.
Fungi: The Forgotten Kindom will be taught by Gabriela D’Elia.