Bee Culture, Apiculture.

By Ricardo Canto and Delfina Heskett.

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Thriving as co-creators, bees follow natures rhythms. Much has been written about bees, as they are held responsible for the pollination of all flowering plants, including the ones we live off.

Their harmonious existence with all there is, makes a wonderful example of true unity for the perpetuation of the wheel of life. Taking this into consideration it is no surprise that the bee, throughout time, is considered an animal of great power ,symbolizing unity, fertility, diligence and responsibility.

Working at a constant buzz you find them spreading that love of life throughout their species, as their work is of benefit for all beings. From them, amongst other things, we can learn to group forming community; which they collectively support no matter the size. Creating good health, purpose and choices for their members, in an always evolving universe, bees have evolved possessing astounding sense of responsibility and loyalty. Their consciousness is merged with that of the fabric of nature as they display endurance in their endeavours and will create abundance and surplus with their attuned movements.

Bees understand the importance of the collective and will take it on the individuals to see a colony prosper without that destructive sense of competition, that is characteristic in us humans. The bees way of working with each other is a reflection of their movement and sacred geometry within their creations. Us humans have yet a lot to learn about these magical creatures for if we are to evolve our consciousness into a more natural co-creation sense of understanding, which will transform in a more holistic way of living as we merge with that which surrounds us, Nature itself .

Observing in bees that display of qualities, gives us the understanding that the individual holds all the keys to the collective hive, for it supports it, and vice versa, inspiring us to be greater than oneself, for the benefit of oneself and others. After all isn’t it our interest and attention as individuals that form part of an inherent collective to be at one with it and let it be at one with us, in this ever-expanding co -creation called life? We say, let nature run her course, as it always leads by example.

 

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2 thoughts on “Bee Culture, Apiculture.

  1. Excellent. Inspiring. And I love the way it shows how like-minded you are. You are making a good life together and I look forward to reading more.

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