Last week, around 60 fishing boats gathered in Baynes Sound on the east coast of Vancouver Island. I watched them from the shore pulling in nets heavy with herring. Each one of the boats was surrounded by a noisy cloud of seagulls. Not far from me a couple of sea lions surfaced with a loud snort and made their way further down along the shoreline. Eagles swooped down. Grebes, cormorants and mergansers all were after their share.
This is abundance, I thought. Millions of herring gathering here, the water turning white from the milt of the spawning fish. A deep sense of gratitude filled my body and soul, overflowing. I hardly could contain it. Nature’s gift, given in abundance. May we use it wisely!
As I am writing this, I am sitting at my desk looking out the window, still full with this sense of plenty. There is no end to the number of animals, of plants and minerals that serve us in one way or the other. All of them can be remedy, all of them are living beings offering us their support for our healing journey. In my mind I let the week pass by, gratefully acknowledging those remedies that had helped my clients. A vine from the Philippines helped to bring the increased levels of thyroid hormones of a young mother to normal, a remedy made of the shed skin of the Aesculapean snake from the Mediterranean soothed the anxiety and confusion of another patient, an eagle remedy lifted a struggling man out of his overwhelming stress and allowed him to see the bigger picture and make choices based on a wider understanding. These are just a few of them. Even though the 5,000 homeopathic remedies available are only a tiny fraction of what nature has to offer, it is still an abundance of help that we can use.
Has one of your friends tried all kinds of healing modalities and still could not find help? Tell her/him that there is a remedy for him and that a homeopath can find it. Mother Nature offers help in abundance. We only have to ask.
Here is my email address Roland@VancouverIslandHomeopathy.com, here is my number – 250 650 1662. Pass them on. You might change somebody’s life.