April 20, 2020
I’ll let you in on a little secret. When I’m coming down with something, my first go-to remedies are not plants.
Does this surprise you? Of course it does! I’m an herbalist and I work with plants all day every day advocating for their use. The reason why herbs are not the first things I grab when pain creeps in is because I know that herbs alone won’t fix the issue. Plants will help in restoring my body and wellness, but healing is so much deeper than simply using plant allies.
Knowing the real reason behind our pain is always deeper than pinpointing a virus, bacteria, heredity, or something superficial. This is true for every person on the planet that pain, illness, and disease are caused by accumulating negative emotion that then turns into illness and disease. We need to address the root issue causing our illness.
So for us to get well, we need to:
Your go-to, first-line-of-defense medicine should always be, without exception, reflection.
Explore and observe what have you been
Whether it’s been in the back of your mind for years or just a couple of day, listen deeply within and you will have a much better understanding of why you got sick, how to heal, and let go of your pain. Plants can restore your health to a degree, but without deeper reflection, the pain will return in another form. Reflection is key to total healing.
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