I am Jade Willow Song, Medicine Woman. Native American energy runs through my Spiritual veins. I have felt this way since my earliest memories. Indigenous ways have always spoken to the deepest parts of me. The parts untouched by illusions of time and space. In my explorations and reverence I discovered that the Native Americans believe that in spiritual evolution there are red spirits born into white skin. This is me. Jade is said to bless all that it touches. It is a special stone that is believed to promote wisdom, balance, and peace. It is a special gemstone of healing and stability, relieving anxiety and lightening emotions developed from fear. This stone is one of the many gemstones, which never allow any negative energy or negative influences to affect the individual wearing it. It does not allow the entry of any external negative vibration. It simply protects people from getting disturbed by negative influences as it continues to emit cleansing and calming aura. Jade can also establish a closer connection between the different stages of the intellectual part of the body. Hence, it improves the mental capacity of a person. My Willow medicine is identifying and remedying the thoughts, beliefs and emotional patterns that do not support you in living the spiritual destiny you were meant to live. I treat dis-eases of the Spirit. I do this by facilitating self-awareness through assisted self-exploration and discovery.I hold space for those who need it. I have a loosely structured program, yet it remains purely organic. No two journeys will look the same.Sometimes, it looks like coaching. Sometimes it looks like healing. Sometimes it looks like mirroring. Sometimes it looks like stillness.
I believe in Oneness. I don’t believe in gay rights, women’s rights or civil rights. I believe in human rights. The same rights for everyone, no matter what. They shouldn’t need to be spelled out individually. I believe in Oneness... Read More Mind Talk by Jude Klemos
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