The Divine Feminine & Masculine: Finding Balance With Flower Essences

October 25  |  7 – 9 PM  |  $25

Renee Smith

Flower essences are a form of vibrational medicine that has been used for thousands of years by cultures around the world. Indigenous healers from many traditions have understood the significance of the spiritual energies of flowers and plants. This workshop will explore the power of ancestral medicine by tapping into the divinity of flowers and our plant allies. This session will explore flower essences that awaken and deepen our connection to the divine feminine and divine masculine as a process for healing and manifesting balanced, blissful and abundant lives.

“The action of flower essences raises the vibration of the being… they cure by flooding the body with the beautiful vibrations of the highest nature- in whose presence there is the opportunity for disease to melt away like snow in sunshine.” – Dr. Edward Bach

Renee K. Smith is a strategist who believes that everyone can manifest their dreams by creating a strategy that encompasses the right people at the right time. Her tenure as a nonprofit leader, thought partner and manager has led her to develop systems to increase transparency, accessibility and efficiency using technology and the passion of an organization’s human resources. As a youth development worker, Renee’s impact on the community has afforded her the gift of assisting and watching multiple generations within families in Brooklyn thrive. As an artist and entrepreneur, she has traveled, performed and presented around the world in countries including Prague, Italy, London, France, Cuba, Brazil, Guinea, Senegal, Ghana, Benin, Jamaica to name a few. She is the proud owner of Akika Flower Essences, which features flower essences as well as flower infused products, cultivated to assist with healing and transformation on one’s soul journey. Renee is a Brooklyn native, mother, artist, healer, alchemist, strategist, cultural arts curator, flower essence practitioner, SRJ advocate and community member.