The imagination of the World Mineral/Plant, given by Rudolf Steiner, describes the functional evolutionary parallels between geology and botany.
Dates: June 16 – 20
Presented By: Dennis Klocek and Matias Baker
Schedule: Friday, June 16, 7p; Saturday, June 17-Monday, June 19, 9a-8:30p; Tuesday, June 20, 9a-5p
Registration Check In: Friday, June 16, 6p-7p
Course Fee: $ 425-495 sliding scale (limited scholarship funds available)
Meals: 4 lunches $ 59.00; Meals must be pre-ordered from the cafe or they will not be available.
Registration: Contact Coros Institute directly at www.corosinstitute.org, call (916) 717-6007 or email email@example.com
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The imagination of the World Mineral/Plant, given by Rudolf Steiner, describes the functional evolutionary parallels between geology and botany. It can be used to create highly effective compounds of mineral and plant substances that can serve as sprays to enhance plant growth. Combinations of minerals and plants as sprays can be tailored to flower and fruit production, leaf primordia development, and enhanced essential oil processes.
Topics for this workshop will include: continental drift, plate tectonics, mineral metamorphosis through weathering, metal migration, lower plant groups, higher plant physiology, botanical families, laboratory techniques and spray programs.
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