Ringing the Bells

There was so much to delight the senses at the Learning from the Bees conference.  From beautiful artwork, to soulful singing, to the feeling of beecentric hives in your fingers grasp, it was a delight.  It was a delight to the senses and to the soul.  It was mostly the unseen forces that truly delighted…

Imme: Arrival at the Learning from the Bees conference

I am not even sure where to begin to help to share the message of the Learning from the Bees conference in Holland, but it is too important to not share, so I will try to do as best as I can. My journey began by saying goodbye to my animal family and friends and…

A Rare Flower

The Sun and Water opened a rare flower within the Land at Sun Hill. Word spread. Bees came from all over to collect the nectar from the rare flower on Sun Hill. Some came by land and others flew over the salty water. The bees sang the same song. As the bees collected the nectar,…

Bee Love for your HeartH Workshop

Bee Love for your HeartH: BEElieve in Magic with Melissa Bee Do you want to be a steward and helping partner of bees, but don’t know how to begin? Bees are vital to the well being of our eco-system. Bees offer so many gifts to us, simply by their presence, but how do we return…

Vibrations of Love – Blissful Days with Bees

As I walk around the garden singing to the plants, I watch the bees. Which plants are they collecting nectar from? Which plants are at their peak and most beloved by Venus? I follow the bees as they are perfectly evolved to sense the plants communications as they have co-evolved in a sacred dance of…

Beeing Insulated

As I was getting ready for the cold winter months in New England, my thoughts and concerns were for my bees.  One of my colonies is still in am 8 frame langstroth hive and it certainly is not insulated enough for the cold.  There are more opinions on insulating bee hives than there are types…

Entering into Relationship

When I entered into relationship with the bees on my land, the land responded. The land flourished for two reasons; I planted more flowers and herbs and the land now had a partner, not just a gardener. The first reason is easier to explain. I wanted more food for my bees, plus I love gardening…

A Call to Beeing

“Well, you got it done by May 26th, just like your dream, ” says Jesse as he comes up behind me, bringing me back from my partial trance like state as I am sitting cross-legged on the ground, staring in amazement at the entrance of my first hive. “Huh? What do you mean?” I ask…

Creation

When I put my antennae up and asked for the guidance of Bee during these trying times, I received a message.  This is my attempt at translating that message into words.  The message is much more clear and beautiful than I can paint in words, so I ask you to soften your mind, much like…

Jacqueline Freeman to visit Holyoke Community College

Jacqueline Freeman, biodynamic beekeeper and author of Song of Increase, is coming to Holyoke Community College on Tuesday, November 7th, from 9:30am – 10:45am in the Frost Buildling, Room 265. She will speak about her journey through beekeeping to where she is ttoday, encouraging bees through a preservation model that puts their health first. Open…

Enter the Sacred Isle of Bees at the Feast of Lights Event

I welcome you to join me for a journey to the Sacred Isle of Bees at the Earthspirit’s Feast of Lights event on February 10, 2017. If you are interested in the bee presentation, it is occurring at 9pm-10:30pm on the 10th, though there are some wonderful presentations happening the whole weekend. Check out the…

InBeeTween

There is no death. There is NO death. That is what the bees want me to know as I wake up from my dream and I am still in hypnagogia…there is no death. This strong message comes to me days before my dad passes, as if a hug from a friend, knowing you are struggling….