In person, hands on learning!
Being LDS, we espouse that ‘the errand of angels is given to women’, and I believe that part of that errand is as healer.
We are told in D&C 89 that good health is available to the weakest of all the saints for those who look.
Did the Lord mean for us to be chronically ill or depressed?
Spend a large portion of our time, energy and money on illness?
Be dependent on large corporations for our wellbeing?
I don’t think so.
The ability to diagnose and treat yourself and family easily, safely and affordably is at your fingertips.
Obviously, there is a health crisis going on in America that needs to be reversed. We can’t keep on going down the same road and expect different results.
While allopathic can provide us with many great tools and opportunity for learning, it is apparently not doing us many favors in preventing many debilitating illnesses and disease.
We can’t afford to sit idly by and wait, hope and pray that we will be saved and made healthy by those outside of ourselves.
We must be willing to take personal responsibility for ourselves and families health and be proactive in doing what we can to prevent and treat on our own.
And what better place to look than time tested and proven methods that are centuries old that have very little to no risk.
Today, we have the advantage of compiling all that information, expanding on it and making it available on a large scale and for very little effort and money.
Modern and anciently, it’s been primarily women who have born the burden and blessing of physically caring for and healing the sick—it’s in our MtDNA and we have the opportunity to hone in on that knowledge and refine it.
THIS WORKSHOP IS OPEN TO BOTH MEN AND WOMEN