Gene Krackehl is an amazing healer whose recent email also covers the Mercury Retrograde. Here is his message to me and his many followers:
From a spiritual perspective "Ascension" is simply the raising of one's consciousness. It's something we all came here to experience. This process usually takes place over many lifetimes but on this planet is now happening at an incredibly intensified rate. The path to its completion can cause great pain and suffering as we continue to witness huge upheavals in every area of our existence.
Qualities that we may have taken for granted (like honesty, integrity, truth, freedom, joy, harmony, unity, forgiveness & love) are being threatened in an alarming manner! Is it really necessary to fully appreciate what we have only after we lose it?
This process coupled with "Mercury Retrograde" which we're in now - (Oh no, not again!!!) is when Mercury appears to move backwards in relation to our own orbit. It's when all forms or communications & electronics go haywire - further exacerbating our lives.
Sometimes structures need to be torn down to make way for something better presenting us with a choice about how we want to live our lives...
Instead of getting upset with what's going on around us (as in a greater sense they are only illusions) choose to focus on finding something to feel joyful about in every moment.
Teach others how to love unconditionally simply by loving them. Your life will change immensely and as a result so will everyone else's!
Wishing you the most fulfilling evolution of your life!
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Wellness Practices - Muti
Native to Southern Africa, this alternative therapy gets its name from the Zulu word umuthi, meaning “tree.” Its purported uses vary from (failed) attempts at bringing luck to the South African team at the 2010 soccer World Cup to supposedly treating erectile dysfunction and sexually transmitted diseases. Animal parts and herbs are central to muti. Many South Africans are quietly dismissive of the practice, but they’ve heard enough stories of how it has helped save lives and even aided in prison escapes to know better than to forcefully dispute its powers.
This from OZY.
Wellness Practices - Ayurveda
This more than 3,000-year-old wellness tradition originating in India literally means “science of life” in Sanskrit. It preaches relaxation, meditation, cleansing, connecting with nature and more while eschewing the use of chemicals. The diet promoted by Ayurveda is believed to be extremely beneficial in preventing hair loss and strengthening hair. Additionally, Ayurvedic herbs are also prescribed to help cure digestion problems and skin issues and to help speed up metabolism. Western medicine is now exploring whether one, turmeric, helps reduce inflammation and whether another herb, ashwagandha, is useful in the treatment of neurological disorders like depression and epilepsy.
This from OZY.
Wellness Practices - Curanderismo
Centuries after the Spanish colonization of Latin America, this form of folk healing emerged as a combination of the traditional healing practices of Aztec, Maya and Inca people, and foreign Catholic rites. Called curanderismo, it derives its name from the Spanish verb curar, or “cure,” and has served as an antidote to illnesses that were often believed to be punishment meted out by displeased gods. Practitioners are referred to as curanderos and they are active even now, offering herbs, prayers and massages to followers across Central and South America, the U.S. and beyond.
This from OZY.