It’s interesting to reflect on how we have gradually relinquished our liberties to the point of being in the process of losing this world we’ve been born to. This mainly comes from the fact that we’ve not been trained to think!
My leitmotif in these days of ultimate challenge to the intelligence and heart of man is: The earth belongs to us and we belong to the earth.
We come from the earth. We’ve evolved here for millions of years. Thus, our bodies become vibrant when we are immersed in the natural elements.
In the traditional native healing arts I was trained in, we were taught how to communicate, harvest and prepare medicinal plants. We then had to find the 7 plants which would be the base of our healing practice. This is a specific way the traditional Anidagohah Clan Cherokee healers use in their practice. By communing and communicating directly with the plants, these healers develop a personal relationship with 7 plants that will be used throughout their lives in caring and healing for their people.