As I look back over the past year, I am full of gratitude for all the lovely people who came to do shamanic healing or journeying or attend workshops and events in nature.
The Four Directions of the Medicine Wheel offer unique perspectives and tools for healing, and a path of self-discovery and revitalization accessible to anyone.
Fear is one of the greatest setbacks we face and it can be difficult to escape. Following these three steps can help release the influence your fears may have on you.
At the heart of all healing - be it energy medicine or the healing that comes through our deepening work with nature - lies a core principle of sacred balance and reciprocity.
"You honor me when you plant seeds and love and care for them. You honor me when you use my plants for healing. You honor me when you learn the lessons you have come here to learn."
Orixás are energies of nature. They represent the pure energy of specific places found in nature, and correspond to powerful archetypes and values or qualities that influence our lives.
As the fall leaves drop to the ground and the sap retreats into the roots, something within us shifts too. It's time to let go, rest, turn inward, and find a place of peacefulness.
When we work with the four elements we step into an ancient awareness of our world and access new language and tools for healing. Fire, earth, water and air flow through our lives.
Most of us have experienced a feeling of relaxation or revitalization after spending time in nature. But how can nature help us heal? Read on for three ways nature helps us.
Nature healing helps bring awareness to the storms and droughts that appear in our lives, and find paths that lead to the green pastures and still waters where we can restore our soul.