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Hi all, I am currently making my way around Oz and am looking for an ethnobotany minded farm where I might do a work/knowledge exchange. I am level headed and honest with an appetite to learn new ideas, horticulture methods and anything in between. My partner an I are in Vic at the moment but planning on heading west past Adelaide and on toward WA at the end of the month with the only time constraint being arriving in Perth by september. Any leads, tips or directions pointed in would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, T.
hello all.... my shamanic name is forgotten, but intention is pure... i have started a career in horticulture... i have the startings of a shamanic garden, as i strictly (for now) refer to my practice as conversational art, (for the purpose of psychological healing) i do not wish to medicate others until i have unmedicated myself.... (although i do not see medication as the only or even the first route towards healing) so for now the only drug i have is coffee... i also have peanuts, tomatoes, lettuce, a fuschia, strawberries, corn, the wonga wonga vine, some cereus cacti :P, a prickly pear, a sunflower, chillies my current thinking is to have lemons, an acacia confusa(time...) as well as some various other plants for dreaming.... was basically wondering if anyone had any recommendations... I am as the spirits(god)(whatever your name is) refer to as the nitrous shaman... it is time for me to put down this shamanic tool, leave my trances... and learn... so in your answer...extra bonus points for a possible use in addiction psychology... creative answers are welcome though always