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Sacred Plants and Herbs: Healing Body, Mind and Soul, Part 1 of 2

2023-08-23
Lingua:Spanish (Español)
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In today’s program, we explore some of the plants and herbs which have been widely recognized throughout the ages as being sacred or spiritual. Many indigenous cultures view some types of plants as being sacred and frequently incorporate them into their spiritual ceremonies. In several religions, some types of plants are believed to have spiritual properties. Even in today’s modern world, many herbs and plants are considered sacred.

Lavender is often considered to be sacred. Chamomile is also considered a spiritual herb and has been used for thousands of years. Roses are a symbol of love, beauty, courage, and compassion. Lemongrass is another plant regarded by some to be spiritual or sacred. For centuries, numerous cultures have considered the aloe vera plant to be sacred. Peace lily is a symbol of grace, peace, purity, calmness, innocence, and kind-heartedness. Bamboo has been regarded as a sacred plant and is frequently featured in ancient artwork. Many other plants and herbs, such as jasmine, eucalyptus, mint, jade, snake plants, and rosemary, are also often regarded as sacred. Even some types of seeds are viewed as being sacred.

Our Most Gracious Supreme Master Ching Hai (vegan) […] explains how we can show our appreciation towards plants: “If you have peppermints or herbs, then you just take it without the head, and you also thank them. You cut two-thirds of it. Don't just nip it or strip it down. They will feel (it’s) too violent. They will feel sad or scared. Tell them before, ‘Can I have some of your beautiful things?’ ‘Thank you.’ And then take some. And do it with loving kindness and thankfulness. […] Remember to ask for permission. Remember to thank sincerely at the end. Okay? To ask for permission is also to warn them that you’re going to take something. ‘Could you please withdraw your spirit from that part?’ Then they’ll be okay. They won’t feel that sad because they know you’re worthy, and they’re happy to contribute.”
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