The holiday season is winding down and soon a new year will be upon us. Do you have goals you would like to accomplish in the new year? I am not a big fan of the term resolutions. I like to set achievable goals and work towards them. Grab a journal and jot down a few goals for 2018. I find writing them down makes them more real. You can then expand on each goal and write down your steps along the way, check back in, reevaluate and readjust where needed.
Avoid To Do lists which can be overwhelming, write a Do This list. A list of things you’d like to do, things that will lift you up, inspire you on a daily basis. Feel good things. Soul food.
Medicine people interpret messages from other realms: Otherworlds, Innerworlds, Peripheral worlds, Cosmic worlds. Their job is to learn to see what cannot be seen with western eyes and sagittal conditioning.
Their task is to read between the lines, develop sense-reliance, understand the infinite differences between living things while also seeking the relief and compassion found in our sameness. They are bridge-builders, translators, wayfinders, mapmakers. They are not always obvious in the culture. Keep your eyes peeled for them, outside yourself and within. #soulodgeearthmedicineschool#soulodgemedicinegathering
This course completed this past semester was a game changer for me. It changed my life and my direction. It was part of a 2 year program in Wholistic Nutrition with the @bodymindinstitute however, since taking it, I have registered in four more @wildrosecollege courses and am on track to becoming an Herbalist. I believe strongly in plant medicine and other alternative practices. 2 years ago when I could hardly get out of bed, walk up stairs, go to work because of chronic pain and fatigue, a visit to a natural health practitioner had me back on my feet in as little as two months when western medicine was at a loss for a diagnosis. It is important to find and treat the cause from a Wholistic standpoint and not just medicate the symptoms not knowing the source. I am passionate about herbal medicine and a future of sharing it with others. Thank you to those who support me in reaching my goals.