How Could Your Illness Be An Ally?

When I first heard the idea that an illness or symptoms could be an ally, I was a bit stunned.  But the more I worked with Tip #1, making myself a priority, I began to tap into my inner wisdom.  What if my body was a partner in my health and it was trying to get my attention.  I think I’ve spent way too many years living life through my left brain – you know, the part that analyzes everything.  What if every cell in my body had something to say?  What if those cells had needs.  Was I really listening to myself?  Perhaps not.  Well, if I’m not listening to me, then why would anyone else?

Yes it turned out my “asthma” was the most powerful way my body could get my attention.  After all, if you can’t breathe . . .

Tip #2, learning about how my illness or symptoms can be a powerful ally, has been extremely empowering.  In fact, it actually changed the direction of my life.

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Being sick for 18 years changed her life and now Wendy passionately shares about and the power of plants. With a deeply holistic, intuitive approach and decades of experience as a clinical herbalist, Wendy is a delightful story-teller and trusted guide on your journey to vibrant health.

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