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The bison is the iconic animal of the prairies. While searching for a little bit of buffalo milk in order to make a homeopathic remedy, ranchers shared many amazing stories about the buffalo with me. These stories continue to touch and inspire me whenever I think of them and it is my great desire to share them with you. They convey an impression about some of the essential qualities of the bison which can make us understand why Naive people respect and revere this animal so much. To this day elders teach the children about how to live and how to be in the world in a good way through telling stories of the buffalo. Follow me to the Blood Indian Reserve in Alberta where the bison is currently being re-introduced.
Cailee Anello is a nutritionist, human design guide, and student of homeopathy. Her focus is to reconnect people with their bodies and their purpose on the planet.
Cailee interviewed Roland about the deeper principles of homeopathic healing. They talked about what it takes to move through grief and trauma. Roland elaborated on post-traumatic growth and about the growth people experience after having gone through a disease. He also explained how the preparation of a homeopathic remedy can be both a process of transformation as well as an intense listening to the sacred messages of nature; as an example, he shared the story of his own struggle with a lion remedy and the amazing learning he received through it.
Amara Wellness presents The 4th Dimension of Homeopathy, a seminar series running this fall with Roland Guenther and Sunil Anand. In this seminar, we will be discussing Majestic Trees. Please join us on September 26th at 10 AM PST.
In this video Roland weaves together ancient spiritual wisdom with climate change. He offers a new way of looking at global warming and how we can participate in it in a way that is healing and a relief for Earth.
Amara Wellness presents The 4th Dimension of Homeopathy, a seminar series running this fall with Roland Guenther and Sunil Anand. These seminars will cover topics such as Majestic Trees, Creepy Crawlies, and Imponderables.
Maybe you think this is a funny story. You are right, it is.
However, it is also more than that. This video is an encouragement for you to talk with nature, even with a rock. About thirty years ago an indigenous elder guided me to talk with trees. At first I felt uncomfortable, looking around and making sure that nobody was watching me. With the years it became normal for me and I talk with animals, trees and even with rocks regularly. I had deep experiences in that way and I do not have the least doubt anymore that all of nature, animals, plants and even rocks, are soulful beings willing to communicate with us and eager to support us on our journey.
Maybe you try it out, secretly, just like I once did?
Receiving is only completed with a Thank You.
Let me introduce you to one of the oddest characters you will ever meet: a Northern Midshipman. It’s a deep ocean fish that comes into the shallows to spawn. Besides that, it has some other amazing qualities.
Neil Leonard is a member of the Shuswap tribe in Kamloops. His father and his sister were students on this school. In this conversation with Roland Guenther, Neil gives us an impression of what happened in this school and how the traumatic experiences of the children have consequences for the lives of Native people today.
Someone asked me: “Why do you always talk about nature?” Here is my answer…
The Calypso orchid seduces bumblebees. Come and join me to discover what they get out of it.
In this post we explore the local Oyster and Polarity.
The Western Red Cedar and its character.