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Bozeman Montana Summer 2017 Phenomenology Classes

Posted by on Jun 27, 2017 in Biodynamics, Earth, Featured, Phenomenology, Plant Medicine, Tree | Comments Off on Bozeman Montana Summer 2017 Phenomenology Classes

Bozeman Montana Summer 2017 Phenomenology Classes

Phenomenology Course (Goethe, Nature and Phenomenology)

 

Phenomenology is the exploration and description of phenomena, where phenomena are the things or experiences as human beings experience them. Phenomenology is a science of beginnings that demands a thorough, in-depth study of the phenomenon, which must be seen and described as clearly as possible. Accurate description is not a phenomenological end, however, but a means by which the phenomenologist locates the phenomenon’s deeper, more generalizable patterns, structures, and meanings. Rephrased in phenomenological language, Goethe’s way of science is one early example of a phenomenology of the natural world. He sought a way to open himself to the things of nature, to listen to what they said, and to identify their core aspects and qualities. Phenomenology is an approach to science that studies the world through what we as humans can directly observe and experience using multiple tools that use a whole brain approach. In these studies of nature, we will see the plant as a whole, and in the parts, we can see with our naked eyes. In so doing, we learn the true essence of nature. In this phenomenology study of nature, we need to cultivate the ability to let thoughts dissolve and experience, for instance, the plant kingdom as just the thing-in-itself. We need to be active in not doing, and allow the plant, tree, bee or soil to speak. It will tell us all the mysteries of its life, and ultimately, the truths of existence. It is an elegant and beautiful view of the study of nature.

This class is in partnership between the New Waldorf early childhood school opening in Bozeman Montana https://www.worldfamilyschool.org/ in September 2017 and Bridgette Lyn Dolgoff and her Urban Farm Project who will be in Bozeman from mid-July to mid-September 2017.

Location is 1439 W. Babckok St, Bozeman, Montana 59715

1) Phenomenology of Plants Saturday August 12, 2017. Class will be from 10 am to 12 pm, note pad, art paper, pencils, crayons to draw with and take notes. $15 per person and $20 per family.

2) Phenomenology of Trees Saturday August 19, 2017. Class will be from 10 am to 12 pm, note pad, art paper, pencils, crayons to draw with and take notes. $15 per person and $20 per family.

3) Phenomenology of Leaves Saturday August 19, 2017. Class will be from 10 am to 12 pm, note pad, art paper, pencils, crayons to draw with and take notes. $15 per person and $20 per family.

Bridgette Lyn Dolgoff has been a lifetime student & practitioner of Shamanism. She is a Sustainable, Biodynamic farmer over the last 7 years has built individual family backyard food productions. She attended Steiner College. The Urban Farm Project was founded by Bridgette in 2009. UFP’s focus is consulting, building, education, in the community on our return back to our Earth Mother and All Our Relations.

Contact Bridgette at consciousnessofeconomics.com or 775.624.7862

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Posted by on May 2, 2017 in Community, Consciousness, Farming, Food, Grow Food, Tree, Urban Farming | Comments Off on Reno Buddhist Center Zero Personal Responsibility…

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April 22, 2017 Phenomenology Course Reno, Nevada

Posted by on Feb 3, 2017 in Bee, Bees, Biodynamics, Class, Phenomenology, Tree | Comments Off on April 22, 2017 Phenomenology Course Reno, Nevada

April 22, 2017 Phenomenology Course Reno, Nevada

Phenomenology Course (Goethe, Nature and Phenomenology)

Phenomenology is the exploration and description of phenomena, where phenomena are the things or experiences as human beings experience them. Phenomenology is a science of beginnings that demands a thorough, in-depth study of the phenomenon, which must be seen and described as clearly as possible. Accurate description is not a phenomenological end, however, but a means by which the phenomenologist locates the phenomenon’s deeper, more generalizable patterns, structures, and meanings. Rephrased in phenomenological language, Goethe’s way of science is one early example of a phenomenology of the natural world. He sought a way to open himself to the things of nature, to listen to what they said, and to identify their core aspects and qualities. Phenomenology is an approach to science that studies the world through what we as humans can directly observe and experience using multiple tools that use a whole brain approach. In these studies of nature, we will see the plant as a whole, and in the parts we can see with our naked eyes. In so doing, we learn the true essence of the nature. In this phenomenology study of nature, we need to cultivate the ability to let thoughts dissolve and experience, for instance, the plant kingdom as just the thing-in-itself. We need to be active in not doing, and allow the plant, tree, bee or soil to speak. It will tell us all the mysteries of its life, and ultimately, the truths of existence. It is an elegant and beautiful view of the study of nature.

  • Practicing Phenomenology of Bees/ Wasps. April 22, 2017 at Washoe Lake, Nevada from 10am to 3pm, bring water, snack, and chair, wear proper clothing and bring a note pad. $25 pp
  • Practicing Phenomenology of Soil/Dirt. June 17, 2017 at Davis Creek Washoe Valley, Nevada from 10am to 3pm, bring water, snack, and chair, wear proper clothing and bring a note pad. $25 pp
  • Practicing Phenomenology of Trees. July 22, 2017 at San Rafael Park Reno, Nevada 10am to 3pm, bring water, snack and chair, wear proper clothing and bring a note pad. $25pp
  • Practicing Phenomenology of Leaves. August 26, 2017 at San Rafael Park Reno, Nevada from 10am to 3pm, bring water, snack and chair, wear proper clothing and bring a note pad. $25pp

Bridgette Lyn Dolgoff has been a life time student & practitioner of Shamanism. She is a sustainable, Biodynamic farmer over the last 7 years has built individual family food production. The Urban Farm Project was founded by Bridgette in 2009. UFP’s focus is consulting, building, education, in community on our return back to earth to cure, restore the soil life. Soil is key to regenerating the earth, our bodies through a nature’s food supply. Food is Medicine and cannot be replaced as such nor can anyone grow it for us to be our medicine. By Educating people to grow their own food and developing their own soil reconnects them to the earth. This is the medicine for all disease in us and around us.

 

Contact Bridgette at consciousnessofeconomics.com or 775.624.7862 or pay in advance on the home page of this site using pay pal.

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Posted by on Jul 15, 2016 in Earth, Farming, Food, Grow Food, Sustainable, Tree, Urban Farming | Comments Off on Agricultural based economies by the people for the people…

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This Tree Can Grow Over 40 Different Kinds Of Fruit

Posted by on Jul 13, 2016 in Ecology, Grow Food, Tree | Comments Off on This Tree Can Grow Over 40 Different Kinds Of Fruit

The enchanted-looking tree above harbors a wondrous secret.

Using an ancient technique called “chip grafting,” artist and Syracuse University professor Sam Van Aken has carefully nurtured trees that can bear over 40 different types of stone fruits, including peaches, nectarines, apricots and almonds.

The process is one of patience: Over several years, Van Aken splices branches with buds of various varieties into a base branch called the “working tree.”

By springtime, the “Tree of 40 Fruit” sprouts pink and purple blossoms. In the summer, the tree begins to bear fruit of all kinds.

“Part of the idea behind the Tree of 40 Fruit was to plant them in locations that people would stumble upon them,” said Van Aken speaking to National Geographic in the video below. “And once they happened upon one of these trees, they would start to question ‘Why are the leaves shaped differently?’ ‘Why are they different colors?’”

Dozens of these trees have been planted around the U.S. You can find out here if a Tree of 40 Fruit is near you.

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