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As is often the case, I am alerted by some unknown source to an excellent, free online series that as the Quakers say “speaks to my condition.” This happened  about a week or so ago. I signed up for the Natural Medicine Healing and Wellness summit, led by Dr. Murray. I only viewed a couple of videos and was not sure I would learn anything new or relevant. Then I watched Sayer Ji’s video on Breakthroughs in Natural Medicine. It blew my mind and shook me to my core regarding the differences between ” Modern” and ” Natural ” healing practices. The video was linked to a free E course on  Food Wisdom. This was also excellent and reinforced some theories I have had about the wisdom of plants and Gaia in general.

Yesterday I was determined to blog about this, but the Summit was over. I am usually on top of these things, but again, was not certain there was anything to recommend. Well, today they announced a free replay of the 3 most popular videos, including the talk given by Sayer Ji. It was crystal clear to me that now is the time to blog about this series. You do have to pay to access the material, since the summit is officially over. But it is truly worth it if you have severe and/or chronic health issues that are not responding to traditional interventions. Or if you want to expand your knowledge about the latest research on what we like to call alternative medicine.

Here is a small sampling of what I learned:

No one has been able to create a drug with curcumin that is superior to turmeric in its natural state.

Food is coded ( protein chaperones) so the nutrients know where to go in the body.

Flowers are natural mood elevators.

Chocolate ( dark variety) functions like manufactured statin drugs without the side effects.

 

I wish I had mentioned this earlier, but am hoping it reaches the people who will benefit. I cannot recommend the Sayer Ji material highly enough! He is the founder of greenmedinfo.com, which is  a treasure trove of information. If you are passionate about the magic of spices such as ginger and turmeric, you will love learning more about the latest findings of food as catalysts towards wellness and vitality.

Here is the link to the summit, where you can decide how to proceed. As some of my readers know, I am seeking new ways to address my health. While I am new to this quest, it is exciting how this information, yet again, fell into my lap. The same thing happened with the Shades of Awakening summit. With my Gemini Moon in the disseminating phase, I am  spiritually”contractually obligated” to pass on helpful information. It is in my DNA, pun intended. If you view Ji’s video, you will get the joke! Please take a look if you or someone you love needs to modify your lifestyle or wants to embark on a new relationship with your physical body.

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10 comments on “Natural Medicine Healing and Wellness Summit

  1. I can feel your enthusiasm dear Linda.. and the healing properties of natural medicine are huge compared with the chemical drugs and side effects that then require more chemical drugs.. While I know that many pharmaceutical drugs are greatly beneficial to many who take them.. I try my best to avoid any of them and look towards natural holistic remedies where possible..
    It helps having a daughter who helps manage a Health food store 🙂 for I can go to her and ask for advice..
    Turmeric is top on my list.. and I sprinkle it over my cereals and add to food when cooking.. 🙂
    Cinnamon too is another one I get through loads of.. 🙂
    So pleased you got such a lot out of this summit Linda..
    Hugs Sue

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  2. I’ve been a fan of Dr. Murray and Sayer Ji for years now. I’m so glad that you found GreenMedInfo! I share more of their articles than any other resource on the net when it comes to natural health. Thanks for spreading the word!

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    1. litebeing says:

      Hi Gina, Thanks for visiting and commenting. I am rather new to this but my intuition tells me Sayer Ji is on the money. You are welcome 🙂

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  3. alohaleya says:

    Sounds great, I’ve never heard of Sayer Ji and will check his material out! Here’s to vibrant healing. 🙂

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    1. litebeing says:

      Hey Aleya, I never heard of him either, but he is easily understood and quite engaging. Moreover, the research is amazing.

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  4. Karin says:

    Thanks for sharing the links. It is really amazing how many foods have healing power.
    It is amazing how information and help shows up for you along your path of healing. If something is destined to happen, then doors will open. It is always stunning to see. And on the other hand, if something is just not destined to happen, then doors will close.
    So, that journey to healing sounds like it is a path for you where doors will open. Who knows where this will lead? Maybe you end up as a holistic health counselor, or as a star cook chef who prepares healthy ayurveda meals, arranged in a visually beautiful fashion (where you can bring your sense of art into play).
    Hugs,
    Karin

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    1. litebeing says:

      You are hilarious Karin. I am not very good as a cook. I am notorious for either burning or undercooking food. I lack the proper timing. Eating food is one of my talents though,lol! I agree that some things do land in my lap and I am enjoying learning about food and plants. I am surprised by how much. My mind filters out much of the scientific terminology, but I grasp the main points. Thanks as always for the encouragement.

      hugs, Linda

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