Healing ourselves from trauma is truly possible and that is the beautiful message that my guest, Asha Frost, brings to this episode.
Asha Frost, is an Anishinaabe (Ojibway) Medicine Woman, Healer and Spiritual Mentor. She is a member of the Chippewas of Nawash First Nation. As a Soul Seer and Visionary, Asha believes that we can all reclaim our roots and deepest medicines. Asha has facilitated healing with thousands of people through the use of Indigenous Based Ceremony, teachings and sacred circle. As a teacher and leader, her purpose is to help women connect to the magic of spirit within their lives so they can root down and be of service to the world.
In this episode we talked about how Asha’s own journey with chronic illness helped her discover her own internal medicine.
We discussed how we all have the power to tap into our own medicine and heal, and about the ways that we can do that.
Asha and I also talked about indigenous medicine and practice appropriation and how it can be honoured and used.
We discussed decolonizing and generational trauma and how we can begin to heal it.
We talked about chronic illness and how to step into healing in a compassionate way that works for you and your stage in life.
There is so much goodness in this episode. I know you’re going to love it!
Find Asha Frost at the following places on the internet:
If you’d like to read the post that we talked about (appropriation):
Asha’s Indigenous Healing Journey Gift:
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