Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Woo Woo Stuff...

A lot of people in my life think I do a lot of "woo woo" stuff.  I teach yoga, I've gone to Sound Baths where they bang on crystal gongs, I've gone to acupuncture where they've burned squirrel droppings on my belly (not kidding!), and I've had gua sha and cupping done which (though medicinal) makes you look like you've been mugged on a street corner.  (Just ask Michael Phelps...)




And right now, I'm learning about even MORE woo woo stuff!  I enrolled in Andrea Beaman's New Healer's Master Coaching Program, which has been completely fascinating!  

If you don't know who Andrea Beaman is, check her out at AndreaBeaman.com.  She is a wealth of knowledge about Energetic Healing, Herbs, Thyroid Disease, Autoimmune Disorders, Lymes, Cooking Healthy Seasonal Food, and much more!  Plus, she's a total hoot...and very down to earth and honest.

So what am I learning about in this New Healer's Master Coaching Program?  Where do I start?  LOL!  We're learning about lots of things...

  • Facial Diagnosis
  • Tongue Diagnosis
  • Meridian and Organ Systems--how to tell when they're out of balance and what you can do about it
  • Stretching, meditation and breathing techniques to help rebalance your energy
  • Herbs according to the 5 phases
  • Emotions and the Chakras
  • The Literal and Symbolic Meanings of Symptoms in the Body

I know what you're thinking..."Woo woo" stuff.  ('Cuz I used to think that too!)  But honestly, what we're learning makes SO much sense because it taps into your body's natural inclination to try to heal itself and to find balance.  It works WITH nature instead of against it.  You use food, herbs, exercise and self care as medicine and therefore you're not introducing weird chemicals and pharmaceuticals with bad (or unknown) side effects into your body when your body is already out of balance.  

If you can't tell, I'm kinda loving it.  And I'm going to be sharing what I'm learning with you.  Little bits at a time.  I hope you find it as fascinating as I do!

Take Care, Friends!

Dorothy

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