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Healing with the Spirit of Coffee

Updated: Sep 23, 2021

I will say in advance that this particular blog post is a little more for women, but men, please do read it too. It might give you some valuable insight into the women in your life!

I have personally worked with a number of visionary plants for more than a decade now, and altered states of consciousness for even longer, and as much as I have been on a path of healing others, I have also been healing myself. No healer is perfect, nor are we infallible. And so as part of my personal healing maintenance, I research, I work with a circle of healers I trust, and I stick to a spiritual practice that gives me ongoing structure and support.

Visionary plant medicine has had a lot of media attention the last 5 years or so. There have been movies, documentaries, celebrity mentions and now luxury retreat centers have sprouted up like mushrooms, some of which promise you a miracle if you work with their brand of "plant medicine", namely Ayahuasca.

I personally have respect and reverence for all the healing plants available to us on this beautiful planet. All of them are healers in some way, shape or form. Some (such as Ayahuasca, San Pedro, Peyote, Iboga and Psilocybin mushrooms among others) are considered Plant Teachers, and they reach out to our consciousness in a visionary way that will uplift our awareness and allow for us to experience something more than this simple three dimensional reality. We can finally gain a recognition of what our soul is, through stepping out of this physical body just for a short time to gain a wider perspective, hence we get the opportunity to experience that we are more than just a sack of meat and bones.