What is Shamana Flora?

To sit with plants and listen – for the soft quiet intuitive knowing of a plant communicating its love, its medicine, its nature- enveloped and rooted in the magic of the natural world.
The place where the heart hears what is being said.
To experience deeply, to sense exquisitely what nature and plants intonate into images and understanding of a different kind.
To create and craft and birth beautiful and delicious sensual and medicinal pleasures.
To dive deeply into the wild world, into the heart and to experience, to sense, to taste, to FEEL the plants.
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This is my gift – Shamana Flora

Listen to an hour long presentation (mp3) about Shamanic Herbalism, what it means for you and how it can help you!


“ I want to leave the bounds of the indoors and take you out to smell wild minerals of the wet dirt, to fill your mouth with the spice of tree resin, to drum your heart into a rhythm that allows YOU to hear, feel, see, sense, experience the magic and sacredness of the natural world.  I want to show you how to see with more than your eyes, see with your body, your heart, your sensual nature.  I want to feed the senses and bodies of my clients with the holiness of the plant medicine- not just the extracts that help them feel better, but with the place where the earth wisdom, sacred space, and plant spirit touches the spark of life within each heart and body.” 

I am Darcey Blue – Herbalist, Devotee of Wildness, and Shamana Flora. The Plants are my greatest allies and teachers, the Earth my sanctuary, and Sacred Wildness my purpose.

I am a shamanic herbalist and wild crafter of plant medicines, I am a Lover to the Earth and wild earth mama. People call me a plant whisperer.  I call myself a devotee of all that is sacred on this wild beautiful earth.

I am here to guide you to the healing wisdom and medicine that the plants and wild, sacred 2015-07-25 11.36.37nature hold for you.  The wisdom of spirit that is within each of us.

I work with those who are eager to learn from the plants a healing way as old as time itself, and who are ready to take responsibility for and transform their relationship to self, body, spirit, nature, and the Earth.

I was trained as a Clinical Herbalist & Nutritionist at the North American Institute of Medical Herbalism under Paul Bergner, and studied under Rosemary Gladstar and Charlie Kane. I have been using and learning from the plants, both wild and cultivated since childhood, and it is my deep love of the wild Earth that fuels my passion for healing and teaching about plants, wilderness, spirit, nourishment and healing.

I was called to the shamanic path by an old Juniper tree in 2003 and have been talking with plants ever since. I have studied shamanic lifeways and practices for over 10 years in the US and in in Peru.   I facilitate workshops and retreats in shamanic work with plant medicine and plant spirits and work with private clients using sacred botanical medicine, ceremony, nature connection and shamanic practice.

My own journey in life has been catalyzed by cultivating the ever deepening relationship with the wildness in the world, and the wildness within my own body and spirit- through the plants, the land spirits, and solitary time in wild natural places- sitting with plants, wildcrafting plants, and journeying with spirit and self awareness.


What is  Sacred Wildness?

1 a : living in a state of nature and not ordinarily tame or domesticated
b (1) : growing or produced without human aid or care
c : of or relating to wild organisms
2 a : not inhabited or cultivated
3 a (1) : not subject to restraint or regulation :
(2) : emotionally overcome ; also : passionately eager or enthusiastic
c : going beyond normal or conventional bounds
d : indicative of strong passion, desire, or emotion
4 : uncivilized, barbaric
5 : characteristic of, appropriate to, or expressive of wilderness, wildlife, or a simple or uncivilized society
6 a : deviating from the intended or expected course

From Merriam-Webster dictionary online (www.merriam-webster.com)

The self that is uninhibited, untamed, free from restraint and regulation, passionate and emotional, that goes beyond what conventional culture expects of us.

Recall a moment in your life when you felt most alive, awake, and in touch with your hearts wildest callings and emotions. This could be a moment of passion, fear, righteous anger, or peace/bliss. Perhaps it comes strongest while sitting alone in the woods, while defending someone you love, when following your passion for making music or gathering plants, or while swimming naked in wild water. Find the place in your body where you feel this wildness emerges. Feel that place in yourself. Feel your wild self and its urgings.


12 thoughts on “What is Shamana Flora?

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  2. Hi love I am excited to take your shamanic herbalism course in sept and I am wondering if you do any mentoring and if so how much $ and do you do a payment plan??? Thank you ever so much ! 🙂 love lelu

  3. I am listening to your teleconference call, and find you to be so down to earth, and lovely.
    I live in MA, and joined our herbal community here in central Ma. For years I have had a relationship with plants in a way that when I was young, I “heard”them talking with me all the time. They still do. When I ws little we had a summer home in Sacandaga lake REgion of NY state and the pine trees, oh, those pine, were my best friends. I live in a city now, and grow herbs to use as remedies in our community garden. I have been tincturing, learning about weeds, as medicine, weed walking, and practicing with flower essences, and as a massage therapist and REiki “Master”, and working with aromatherapy, and after a past life regression in which I was a distinguished back wood herbalist, and after a Shamanic Initiation last year, I have been so drawn to this work more and more. I have taken workshops with Susun Weed, and others, and I am finding myself being drawn back into the world of plant medicine. Thank you for your offerings, and I truly hope to deepen my relationship with you. Thank you

  4. Hi Darcey Blue,
    I wanted to let you know that I received my spring CSA share from Sweetgrass Herbals; Sterling, MA (www.sweetgrassherbals.com) of Sterling, MA this weekend and it seem fairly hefty. I had planters and some greens and tea pouches, tinctures and salves with literature on how to use them.

    I am finishing some teas from the folks at Mountain Rose Herbs (Vita Blend) and some Rooibos Tea before I submit to trying their teas. I may have made mentioning since not partaking in your CSA, that is all. Take care!

  5. A jolly aussie hello Darcey, I’m keen to purchase red clover blossoms, have been able to purchase here in oz.land red clover tea but desire the actual blossoms have exhausted all avenues here in Australia, do you have supplies or suggestions for me, not wishing to loose the product to Australian custo9ms

  6. Interested in your herbal CSA and wondering if living in Pennsylvania is too far to ship? It is such a nice, unique offer that seems would really fit our herbal needs!

  7. Just posted about your giveaway and I sent my daughters and my granddaughter as well as my sister’s. This offer rocks.

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