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S1 E8 · ReConnect with Plant Wisdom
Is keeping houseplants a form of imprisonment? | Let's Explore
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Welcome to episode 4 of ReConnect with Plant Wisdom! In this podcast, I share ancient and modern knowledge from biology to spirituality about the wondrous ways that plants can help you lead a Naturally Conscious life.

**VIDEO ISSUE: There was an error in the recording that caused a box around my face. We thought about re-recording, but decided to release it as is because the content was so valuable. Mistakes happen. Thank you for your patience as we learn this new medium.**

I was asked recently if keeping houseplants is sometimes enacted as a form of imprisonment or slavery. The person went on to add, "Constraint--environmental, emotional, physical, spiritual--is a part of every being's experience, whether self-imposed, imposed by others, imposed by conditions of incarnation. How do plants cope with constraint differently than humans or other animals?

Great questions, so let's get into it!

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