The responsibility of the patient
“Before you heal someone, ask him if he’s willing to give up the things that make him sick.” – Hippocrates
Τhe gift of constant evolution
Τhe core and axis remain “YOU” – the self – the existence.
Who is the healer after all?
Usually, the more energy-related the issue becomes, the greater the degree of distrust that accompanies it, but we can always understand whether what is given to us is actually helpful or not.
Full moon meditation
Luckily and hopefully more material for the BrainTuning podcast will be ready soon.
Herb of the week – Star anise
Star anise heats the yang and regulates the flow of qi. It is a hot and spicy herb and acts on the Spleen, Stomach, Kidneys and Liver.
Herb of the week – Cardamom
It is the third most expensive spice in the world and has a strong, unique taste, with a strong aromatic, resinous aroma.
Herb of the week – Cinnamon
The main organs that cinnamon affects on the basis of T.C.M.. are the spleen, heart, kidneys, and liver. It is an herb used to tonify yang, move and heat because it eliminates the cold and moves the blood.
Herb of the week – Ginger
Anti-inflammatory herb for joints, nausea, morning sickness, distention, flatulence, indigestion, and the common cold.
Who doesn’t love lists?
When someone makes lists helps both to return to the here and now, and to remain conscious of their choices.
Miso soup with shiitake mushrooms and rice noodles
Easy and tasty soup for autumn!