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Apitherapy is the use of products produced by Honeybees for healing. These items include honey, pollen, propolis, energy healing from the vibrations of the bees, as well as, bee venom from honeybee stings (BVT). I incorporate a variety of modalities because there is no one size fits all way to heal.
Bee Venom Therapy
Bee Venom Therapy (BVT)this is for chronic conditions; Lyme's Disease and related symptoms, cancer, depression, arthritis, MS, and chronic pain. The typical protocol is 2 to 3 times per week. Each regimen is designed with the individual in mind.
Mind Body Healing
This healing practice utilizes the ancient wisdom of Chinese acupuncture with the potent energy of the honeybee. In this practice the navel is stung and the Honeybee is removed alive with the stinger intact. The navel is considered to be the Source of Life, where every nerve and cell of a person begins, it is the CV 8 point in acupuncture. The client is stung while being led on a guided meditation with the honeybees. Following this meditation clients report feeling calm, peaceful, and balanced.
Temperance Flower Essence - Black Cohosh and Ohi’a Lehua Honey
This may be one of the most powerful Flower Essences I have ever worked with. I was inspired a while back to create a Black Cohosh Flower Essence. I then infused the FE with Honeybee Energy by placing it in the bee hive for a 24-hour cycle. I then used Ohi’a Lehua honey from Hawaii and alcohol instead of the traditional use of commercial brandy as a preservative.
It wasn’t until I began working with this that the Universe began to reveal the full magical meaning behind all these elements. One morning while working with the Hermetic Tarot, based upon the esoteric workings of the Secret Order of The Golden Dawn, founded in 1888 I was drawn to the card XIV, Temperance “Daughter of the Reconcilers” the card depicts an angel pouring fire and water into a cauldron. “The fire burns along the water and the water extinguishes the fire. Thus, fire and water mix harmoniously.” Above the angel’s shoulder is a honeybee. Beside the bee is a volcano erupting spreading lava and ash.
According to the Hermetic Tarot the Temperance card “is the fulfillment of Card VI, The Lovers, Children of the Voice Divine.” The Lovers card is also connected to the Twin Flame journey, in which one is awakened by the Voice of the Divine and Reconciliation is the fulminant of that journey.
The Black Cohosh and Ohi’a Lehua Honey is if you are seeking Reconciliation of any sort. Reconciliation of relationships, shadow and light, the past and the present.
I have seen deep transformation with those who have used this.
Black Cohosh flower essence gives courage to confront the shadow side not only in oneself but in others. “Positive Qualities: Courage to confront rather than retreat from abusive or threatening relationships or situations; clear and contained psychic forces. “ “Black Cohosh flower imparts the ability to confront and actively transform negative, destructive, or threatening circumstances. In this way souls gain enormous power, and learn to balance and harness their innate strength and physical prowess.” FES Repertory pg. 175
A beekeeper friend send me some raw Ohi’a lehua honey directly from her hives. It is white and creamy with a vanilla, caramel flavor and it spreads like butter.
“The Ohiʻa lehua is a species of flowering evergreen tree in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae, that is endemic to the six largest islands of Hawaii. It produces a brilliant display of flowers, made up of a mass of stamens, which can range from fiery red to yellow. Many native Hawaiian traditions refer to the tree and the forests it forms as sacred to Pele, the volcano goddess. Ohiʻa trees grow easily on lava and are usually the very first plants to grow on new lava flows. <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metrosideros_polymorpha>
Legend states that the Volcano Goddess, Pele, fell in love with Ohia, the handsome warrior. However, he was already in love with Lehua. In a fit of rage, she turned Ohia into a twisted tree. The gods took pity on Lehua and turned her into a blossom on that twisted tree so that she could be with her beloved Ohia. https://www.lovebigisland.com/big-island-mythology/ohia-lehua/