Medicine work comes full circle when we put the rubber to the road, so to speak...
Integration of medicine work blooms in the way we show up in our relationships—and that includes our relationship to the earth & all our relations.
It’s not enough for me to have insights, visions, dreams, & transcendence. These experiences only hold value when they grow roots in my daily life.
I appreciate my spiritually activated friends who understand that spirituality means facing hard truths and greeting them with relentless service.
Sometimes spirituality looks like confronting racism, fascism, and environmental destruction by speaking out, putting our bodies on the line, protesting hard, giving what we’ve got, and having difficult conversations with people. In this way, sometimes spiritual people don’t always look so “nice.”
Spirituality does NOT mean by-passing tough stuff.
In order to truly make a space that celebrates our oneness, we must acknowledge the very different kinds of injustice that some continue to endure—and actively work to end it every day. This starts within by facing our own implicit bias and fear of The Work.
You’ll find resources in this link for anti-racism resources, environmental conservation, & sacred medicine conservation.
No one is free until we are ALL free.