Trees may look the same, especially when they first begin - but they grow, thrive, change, are battered by storms and weather, become broken and, as they age, become very unique. They become as we all wish to be, Individuated. A Metaphysical spiritual process whereby we become our own unique self and therefore fit right into the niche where we are needed and meant to be. It is a part of the Ascension process.
Dr Tiffany Freeman is a Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor, Registered Acupuncturist & Registered Clinical Herbalist. Join her for the upcoming Clinical Skills series and hone those Assessment techniques, case intakes, formulating and more!
First class Thurs Feb 22 , 7-9:30pm
Tongue & Pulse Practice
Register at lodgepoleschool.com
Guilty! It’s great to have goals, but let’s keep them realistic and attainable. No point in setting oneself up for disappointment or failure. Live in the moment. Enjoy each day. Cherish your loved ones. Enjoy what you do and do it well. .
And as Harvey Spector would say “the only place that Success comes before Work, is in the dictionary”
As Lion’s Mane is well known for cognitive benefits, I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with or tried using Lion’s Mane for fibromyalgia sufferers in terms of the brain fog and accompanying memory issues.
Pulse & Tongue Assessment are essential skills for the practicing Herbalist, Acupuncturist and natural health practitioners. Join Dr Tiffany Freeman in a Clinical Skills workshop to practice these techniques while receiving guidance & feedback and hone your assessment skills!
Thursday Feb 22 7-9:30pm
Being humble is considering others as important as yourself. You are thoughtful of their needs and willing to be of service. You don’t expect others or yourself to be perfect. You learn from your mistakes. When you do great things, humility reminds you to be thankful instead of boastful.
You are practicing humility when you… • Consider the needs of others as important as your own
• Apologize and make amends when you hurt others
• Learn from your mistakes and change for the better
• Ask for help when you need it
• Are doing your best just to do it, not to impress anyone
• Are grateful instead of boastful
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.