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You are invited, for a moment, to envision a special place that you hold close to your heart. Imagine a garden, created just for you. An inviting garden that sparks joy and brings you peace. Where you can effortlessly let go of the worries of your mind, the troubles in your community, and all of the things that are beyond your control. You are given a moment in time where you can happily rest in the beauty of the present.

Peace gardens are founded on the knowledge of what sustains us in natural medicines, traditional native foods, plants used in personal grooming, natural hair products and good health. Indigenous plants sustain us physically and mentally. They are most self-sustaining and support a healthy environment.

Visualization is a practice often used in meditation, therapy, and prayer.

How beneficial would it be for us to continually create and enjoy calming spaces that gift us with comfort and serenity? Spaces that benefit our mental health, emotional stability, and spiritual well-being? That provides us with a much-needed escape, enveloping us in simple beauty, relaxation, and healing…on a daily basis. The magic of visualization comes to life in a garden that continually grows and thrives. A garden that we can create for ourselves, and share with others. This heavenly place is known as the Peace Garden.

The Peace Garden seed was given to and planted by Brenya Twumasi who, as a child, understood and respected the simple beauty of nature.

Eight-year-old Brenya was drawn to blue birds, robins, cardinals, bees, tadpoles, small animals, cats and dogs, and all things nature. She was drawn to all. Food sovereignty was her focus though she had not the language. She would visit the backyards of neighbors on her way to school in Alberta. She would pencil in visuals the strawberry’s, peas, blueberry, etc. At 10, she lived on a mango and cassava farm in Ghana. She did her school work amongst them. From there, her interest in diverse plants for all was her natural focus. Years later, her idea germinated and took root at John Hopkins University where she conducted research studies and discovered a correlation in shared garden areas and reduced crime.

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Brenya’s goal, as the founder of the C4C Peace Garden Project is to tangibly spread healing, peace and beauty one gardener at a time.

Anyone can be a gardener with this method. Anyone, in any environment, can create and share a C4C peace garden. The method is simple. It is done by planting plants that grow locally in your home area. Plants that are established in their natural habitat require hardly any maintenance, and they naturally thrive. By creating peace gardens, we can experience the healing wonders of plants. We can design sanctuaries (outside of our mind) where we can learn, nurture, discover, create, heal and love. The peace garden is a gift, where we encapsulate peace in our sacred environment, and then let it grow and spread like wildflowers. The seed has been planted, the roots have developed, and now it is time for Brenya’s C4C peace garden to flourish.