In today’s episode we’re chatting with Asha Frost, author of You Are The Medicine and self-proclaimed ‘peaceful warrior’. We talk about appropriation, extraction, chronic illness, feeling worthy and unworthy, animals in the moon. Asha says, “conversations around the harm of appropriation are vital for true reconciliation, equity and healing.”
Asha Frost (she/her), is an Indigenous Medicine Woman and a member of the Chippewas of Nawash First Nation. As an energy healer, homeopath and mentor, Asha has guided thousands of people through profound and lasting transformation. She has blended her life experience with her innate gifts and the wisdom of her Ancestors. She loves sharing her medicine in powerful ways through ceremonies, teachings and speaking events. Asha lives on Anishinaabe, Huron-Wendat and Haudenosaunee Territory, with her husband and two beautiful children, with whom she co-creates a better world for the seven generations to come.
Asha Frost invites readers to follow the path of the 13 Ojibway moons with animal spirits as your guides to unlock powerful teachings that will help you directly experience your own medicine connection to your inherent healing powers. If you feel you don’t have access to your roots, ancestors, or spiritual connection and you look outside of yourself for answers, you are forgetting the medicine you need lives within you.
Through storytelling, personal reflections, teachings and shamanic journeys, readers will learn to apply ancient wisdom and ancestral medicine to their own lives in meaningful ways that are respectful and conscious of the stolen lands, lives, and traditions of Indigenous peoples.
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