Disconnection from each other is so common in our days. I remember when I was very young how my grandma had a gift of getting people together. Neighbours would help each other out on the farm and together they would party in the evening or during weekend. Some guests would bring instruments; someone would bring … Continue reading Healing human interactions
Hypericum perforatum Active ingredients: hypericin, essential oils, resins, tannins, flavonoids St. John's wort is a common meadowland plant that has been used as a medicine for centuries. Early European and Slavic herbals mention it. The genus name Hypericum is from the Latin word hyper, meaning "above," and icon, meaning "spirit." The herb was once hung … Continue reading St. John’s Wort – "Above spirit"
Chamomile is the Greek word meaning "ground apple"—kamai, "on the ground" and melon, "apple". It is named such because of its apple-like fragrance. Active ingredients: Essential oil with chamazules, bitters, coumarin,flavone - glycosides. The plant's healing properties come from its daisylike flowers, which containvolatile oils (including bisabolol, bisabolol oxides A and B, and matricin) as … Continue reading Chamomile: the "ground apple",
Health Benefits of Dandelion Active ingredients: bitters, tannins, some essential oils, flavonoids. Dandelion has been growing in my parent’s garden since I can remember. My Mum use to make winter syrup from the flowers, which I and my sister enjoyed collecting so much in the summer. Here is what I found interesting, with … Continue reading Dandelion – "lion’s tooth"
Having a dog is really amazing. The dog is always connected with nature and his inner self. There is no separation. I consider dogs a gift from nature to humans, to constantly remind us, who we are and the best way to live our lives. Here are a few things my dog constantly makes me … Continue reading Lessons learned from… my dog
"Spirit Science" is the name of series of you tube videos created by Jordan Duchnycz, that gather the spiritual knowledge and connect it to scientific proof. The subjects covered in the videos are meditation, chakra energies, sacred geometry and many, many more. It served me as a guide, as there are several links and names … Continue reading Spirit Science
Indigo children and ADHD The term Indigo Child was coined by Nancy Ann Tappe, a parapsychologist who developed a system for classifying people’s personalities according to the hue of their auras described in her 1982 book, Understanding Your Life Through Colours. According to her, auras have been entering and exiting Earth throughout history. For example, … Continue reading Indigo children and connection to ADHD