Learning from the Bees Conference
Berlin, Germany: August 29-September 1, 2019
Founded by the Natural Beekeeping Trust in 2018, this conference combines a Zeidlerei workshop and the bee-centric conference. The event sparks cross-disciplinary dialogue among beekeepers, foresters, farmers, and others. During the conference, we will address the question, “How can we, together, envision an alternative future for beekeeping that’s more aligned with Nature and informed by what the bees need?”
Jacqueline speaks on Bees and Social Change and will also be on panels with bee researchers, natural history experts, and seasoned bee-centric beekeepers.
Fairy & Human Relations Congress with Jacqueline & Joseph Freeman
Foregiveness: Creating clarity for spirit communication and a better life
Thursday, June 27, 2019: $65 Skalitude Retreat, Twisp WA
Long-held personal decisions impede your connection with spirit. Learn to release the binding and open the channel wherein the fairies and other spirits dwell. Learn about the dynamics of forgiveness.
Jacqueline and Joseph are also teaching during the main event June 28-29-30. Do join us!
Do You Speak French?
Documentary film INTERVIEW:
It’s really quite a lovely film!
Highlights of 2018 Travel included speaking at the
LEARNING FROM THE BEES CONFERENCE
August to September 2018: The Netherlands
This conference, the first of its kind, brought together natural beekeepers, scientists, nature conservationists, artists and bee-lovers from all over the world. Together, we shifted our gaze from contemporary apicultural practices towards a Culture of the Bee, exploring the messages pollinators are giving us about ourselves and our relationship with the land. We wove strong international initiatives that return health and resilience to the honeybee worldwide. (Jacqueline taught two sections and Susan joined the skep weavers).
Workshop: Sept 7 – 9, 2018, in Glastonbury, England – Jacqueline
How do we work towards mutual spiritual evolution of all beings? This is not a ‘how to keep bees’ workshop. Instead we work to understand their nature and work with the relational aspects of being around bees as they call our attention to subtleties that stretch us beyond our own boundaries and perceptions, bringing joy to our connection with them and with all of Nature.