Earth Healing & Spirituality

I am a practicing herbalist. I love plants – I feel them. I see them in dreams. Plants heal without injuring the body – short of poisonous plants of course. Herbs and clean food help the body heal naturally and without side effects. How was this all learned by the ancient ones? Why does it… Read More

3 Steps to Create a Self-Care Plan

Originally posted on MakeItUltra™:
Written by Eric C., MA., PhD Candidate Audio version available | Click here “To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.” ~Oscar Wilde In one way or another we are all caretakers. Care taking can be found in all aspects of life. Some of us are care takers in the professional…

May 17th Wake Up Wednesdays Post

What plays a critical role in how we heal is whether or not we truly want to heal. Each of us creates a state of health in the exact form we subconsciously made up our mind to be worthy of and experience. Yep, the mind heals or harms. Read More

When A Child Is Born

A child is free to move around their world completely uninhibited by opinions and judgments. They are born with innocence and trust because they basically receive everything with love and acceptance. Each child truly is the center of this great big universe as they view the world around them with eyes wide open and hearts full of wonder. Read More

Contemplating Chamomile

In 1598 William Shakespeare wrote, “Camomile, the more it is trodden on, the faster it grows” (Chamomile was spelled that way back then) Chamomile, a herb full of healing properties, is most commonly used as a tea to help cure indigestion, calm the nerves, and when taken with raw honey, soothe sore throats. The focus… Read More

Healing With an Empty Cup

Do you consider yourself to be teachable? Are you honest with yourself about what you don’t understand? To achieve true health and a balanced life, developing the ability to tell the absolute truth to ourselves about where we are each moment is imperative. Read More

Stand Tall

This is the first paragraph of Chapter 2 from Brenè Brown’s book “Daring Greatly”. “The perception that vulnerability is weakness is the most widely accepted myth about vulnerability and the most dangerous. When we spend our lives pushing away and protecting ourselves from feeling vulnerable or from being perceived as too emotional, we feel contempt when others… Read More

A Backward View of Forward

Margi Flint, a western herbal practitioner, shared this statement in one of her books . . . “people will be drawn to us for the unique gifts we have created from our own life experiences”. Every life experience is interpreted on an emotional and logical level – and re-thought over-and-over again. Experiences may present themselves… Read More