Join me in my autumn musings on how we can incorporate more nature into our lives.
Lately, everywhere I look there is a news report, scientific article, or social media attack on nature. As if the very thought of something natural is dirty, tainted or contaminated. I study Anthroposophical Medicine where the focus is on restoring natural states of health within our bodies by turning to nature - not away.
Practicing naturopathy is utilizing the best nature has to offer. The colors, sounds, textures and tastes that can and do stimulate healing responses. How can you incorporate this into your daily lives?
#1 - Experience Nature
Get out and experience your natural habitat, even if that means spending an hour in your own back yard. Don’t bring your technology - leave distractions behind.
Did you know that the Brown Thrasher can sing 2,000 song variations? Nature is diverse and...
Beautiful Spring view from this past weekend. I was in Atlanta at the National TACA (The Autism Community in Action) conference. The hot topics were eliminating EMF's and using CBD to support Autism and other health issues.
As most of you know, I am an Autism Mom and when my son was born in 1993 very few healthcare practitioners were talking about Autism. It was as if there was a black hole of information and support. Even getting a diagnosis took years.
A fellow practitioner and conference buddy asked me if I had to give just 5 supporting tips for those working with Autism as a parent, teacher or practitioner, what would I suggest? Great question because over the years we tried many diets, modalities, supplements, testing, physical therapies, schools/educational practices, etc. Some just didn't help much, others were needle movers and we saw great improvement.
Note: Every person on the Autism spectrum varies greatly...