“Learning is the only thing the mind never exhausts, never fears, and never regrets.”
— Leonardo da Vinci
Knowledge empowers us to make meaning out of our life. It guides us on our journey of awareness and awakening, and deepens our understanding and connection to ourselves and the world.
As students on this path of life, our continued curiosity, inquiry, and study can act as guideposts as we begin to take responsibility for our own growth. However, equally important as acquiring knowledge is the discernment of it. Today’s interconnected world means we have a vast reservoir of information at our fingertips. With so many things vying for our attention, it can be difficult to find high-quality, meaningful information that truly propels us forward.
Our Commitment to Knowledge.
At Soltara, we believe that knowledge and context enriches our experiences and gives us the tools necessary to carry this work back home. That’s why we work with expert advisors and clinical psychologists who have decades of experience in plant medicine work, science, psychology, and indigenous culture, to bring you premiere information straight from the mouths of authorities on the subject. Whether through informative media focused on the science, traditional history, practices, and use of plant medicine work; workshops that provide you the tools to cultivate your own medicine practices; or integration sessions that help you bring the lessons you learn with us into your life, we are honored to be a resource for high-quality information that continues the legacy and wisdom of those who came before us.
Knowledge allows us to spread the healing and continue the movement of sustainable, healthy living back home. It is through knowledge and education that we can be most grateful for the full spectrum of abundance that is available to us always, and live out that gratitude in our everyday lives.
“Learning is the beginning of health. Learning is the beginning of spirituality. Searching and learning is where the miracle process all begins.”
— Jim Rohn