Camilla Blossom Bishop is well-recognized and acclaimed as a pioneering flower essence alchemist in the Pacific Northwest. In 2000 she began co-creating the Columbia River Gorge Flower Essences and has been instrumental in expanding the use of the region’s flower essences, trained numerous healthcare professionals, offered extensive flower essence education, and catalyzed the rapid expansion of the sacred and subtle energy medicine offered by plants and places in Oregon and Washington.
From 2011-2013, Camilla journeyed to sacred lands in the southwest and western USA offering ceremony and teachings for water and land as well as ancestor lineage healing ceremony with a Native American medicine man and ceremonial leader.
Currently, Camilla is a landkeeper at Prairie Star Meadows in Oregon where she and the landowner are creating a nature sanctuary with the fairies, nature spirits and elementals, and ancestors of the land.
For three decades, Camilla has been on the shaman’s path reclaiming and cultivated her gifts as a soul midwife, a nature spirit and flower essence alchemist, a speaker, a landkeeper, a water ceremonialist, a nature mentor, and a writer. She empowers others to embrace their inner shaman and relationship with nature to foster a sense of home and lineage. Her new edition of Sacred Spirit of the Gorge is out now.
I come from Celtic (mainly English, Irish, German), Ashkenazi Jew, and Lemurian lineages. I deeply honor and thank my ancestors and the sacred gifts that flow from them to me.
I honor my teachers and their lineages including Paiute/Washoe Native American ceremonial elder Marshall “Golden Eagle” Jack, Santo Daime Grandmother Maria Alice Campos Freire Campos, Grandmother Judith Moore, Grandmother Agnes Baker-Pilgrim, fairy lineage teachers of the Fairy Congress RJ Steward, David Spangler, Dorothy MacLean, Lemurian elder Aka, Maya teachers Gonzo and Joanna Flores, Grandmother Flordemayo, Katie Keath Silva, Usui Reiki Masters, Geomancer Richard Bryant, Riki Starr, and many, many more. Thank you.
I honor Mother Earth, the plants, and nature spirits and elementals for teaching me every day.
“We are not here to heal Mother Earth, we are here to heal our relationship with her.”