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Thea Summer Deer is a clinical herbalist, singer-songwriter, midwife, and childbirth educator. Raised with the Seminole Indians in South Florida until the age of eight, she lives surrounded by Cherokee ancestral land in the Appalachian Mountains of western North Carolina.
.".. the book inspired me to cement my belief that nature has extraordinary healing power." ."..it's a good model for deepening relationships with plant totems and other spirits." ""Wisdom of the Plant Devas" is a beautiful, wonderful gift from the author (and plant allies) to the world." "Bravo! This is my new favorite plant book! To take it a step further, it is one I wish I had written. "Wisdom of the Plant Devas" is a rich and generous treasure trove of information and inspiration and an articulate expression of the power of spirit in medicine." "In this lovely book, Thea Summer Deer takes us on a fascinating journey into the hidden world of the plant devas and shares their powerful message of Earth wisdom, transformation, and healing." "The devas will tell you their stories, recite their poetry, regale you with pronouncements, and show you their portraits. You may fall in love. You may never return." "The plants continue to turn up the volume urging us to listen to their guidance for our spiritual evolution. "Wisdom of the Plant Devas" is the next level of communication with the green beings, revealing important information not only about our personal growth and planetary transformation but also about our connection to the entire universe. Thea Summer Deer shares her communication with the plant devas, the architects who help deepen our relationship to the spirit of the plant, with amazing clarity, love, and light. This book is a must read for all people wanting to take up their rightful relational place in the vast web of life both earthly and beyond." "Thea Summer Deer "is" actively working to birth a New Earth, full of light beings that evolve from this current existence toward one in which all of our needs are provided for simply through asking. The messages she conveys through the plants support this journey, reassuring us that they will help bring our bodies into wholeness, our minds into community, and our emotions into glorious balance with the energies that surround us. "Wisdom of the Plant Devas" is a beautiful, wonderful gift from the author (and plant allies) to the world." "Thea Summer Deer, a long-time teacher in the Wise Woman herbalist tradition sees the plants as sacred, their healing powers based on a personal and spiritual relationship between plant and healer. In her splendidly written new book she is a knowledgeable and impassioned guide not only to the spirits of thirteen important healing plants, but also to a special way of thinking about our healing bond with the spirits of all the plants with which we live." "What a beautiful book this is! Not only is it physically beautiful with heavy pages and gorgeous color pictures, it is emotionally and spiritually beautiful. The author has worked with the herb devas for a very long time and now shares with us some of what she has learned...Perfect gift for anyone interested in healing, gardening, plants and herbs." "What a fitting title for a marvelous book! From the opening paragraph when Thea enticingly invites us into the magical realm of the plant devas to the ending story about uva ursi, I was thoroughly and completely captivated. Though I've experienced this sacred relationship with the plants and have read about it in several other excellent books, Thea's account is refreshingly unique, deeply authentic, and easily accessible to the reader. She makes what at times may seem unbelievable to some--the ability to converse with other life-forms--to be fully believable and accessible to anyone. Woven into "Wisdom of the Plant Devas" is Thea's own wonderful story and heartfelt deep relationship with plant devas. My only criticism is that I was sorry when the book ended. I wanted more!"