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4 thoughts on “A Monk in the Bee Hive

  1. says:

    The first few chapters begin calmly enough with a simple explanation of how honeybees function from hive building to honey making to swarming to ueen hatching with a twist of insight from a Buddhist perspective The latter chapters are a emphatic about humanity needing to be in touch with Nature and its cycles before it harms Nature further and Us irrevocably with a dollop of numerology linked to sacred geometry in how she interacted with he

  2. says:

    A meandering exploration of bees and the spiritual life Any systematic exploration of the ins and outs of hive behavior is poetic at best but a

  3. says:

    Beekeeping and Buddhism are not ordinarily two pursuits mentioned under the same cover; but then A Monk in the Bee Hive A Short Discourse on Bees Monks and Sacred Geometry is neither spiritual discourse alone nor natural history survey; but lies somewhere in the shadowy realm between the twoPerhaps this will b

  4. says:

    The parts about the bees were interesting and the part about sacred geometry was too but this book was disjointed and weird and kinda judgy

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Itself Drawing on her experiences as a Buddhist monk Skye ann louise Taylor is adroit in her perception and application of sacred principles to life in the bee hive Sacred geometry. A meandering exploration of bees and the spiritual life Any systematic exploration of the ins and outs of hive behavior is poetic at best but a charming little work anyway The Line perception and application of sacred Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy principles to life in the bee hive Sacred geometry. A meandering exploration of bees and the spiritual life Any systematic exploration of the ins and outs of hive behavior is Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya poetic at best but a charming little work anyway

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Astronomy sacred ueens and holy drones meld and swirl together in hives made of wood that resonate with the underlying formative forces moving throughout the hive and its surround. 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and spiritual exploration Under this approach something as basic as observing a ueen bee s lure and size translates neatly into deeper lessons on life that blend beekeeper actions and their conseuences with larger explorations As the author learns how to work with and handle bees so she gains not just confidence but insights on how the world of the hive works in response to human attitudes as well as internal processes Since then I have never worn a veil or globes but I am slow and careful with these wild ones these lovely honey bees To get close to beauty sometimes you just have to take a riskFrom the unnatural drives of the industrial beekeeping business and its relentless compulsion for bigger and better to the origins of alienation A Monk in the Bee Hive moves deftly from a serious of personal introspective reflections to larger social issues With the loss of this relationship comes a loss of caring We tend to care for what comforts us When what comforts us becomes a gizmo rather 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Summary Í E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Skye Ann Louise Taylor

A Monk in the Beehive introduces and carries the reader to a higher octave of beekeeping It has been called forth by the need for a recognition of the forces informing all of life. The first few chapters begin calmly enough with a simple explanation of how honeybees function from hive building to honey making to swarming to ueen hatching with a twist of insight from a Buddhist perspective The latter chapters are a emphatic about humanity needing to be in touch with Nature and its cycles before it harms Nature further and Us irrevocably with a dollop of numerology linked to sacred geometry in how she interacted with her hives I preferred the earlier format The latter portion felt preachy and leaned too far to the unscientific for my taste