When Dr. Christine Blasey Ford testified before Congress on Thursday, September 27, 2018, a major energy shift occurred, particularly among the women watching. Dr. Ford’s testimony was not only believed, it was felt. It was a mass triggering of women’s trauma, common among those who have suffered from sexual abuse and sexual assault.
Sometimes, life can feel like it is too much to handle, especially for young girls. Teenage girls are often overwhelmed by traumatic hardships and may not see a better day. Suicide may be something that they think about, sometimes daily. A precious life gets cut short too soon with suicide.
Essential oils and Epsom salts have played an important part in holistic healing for a variety of different cultures over centuries. All around the globe people were discovering the benefits of using essential oils for; medicine, cosmetics, and religious services.
Epsom salts are equally known throughout the world and used for an even larger variety of things.
As a parent, are you raising a feminist child? Chimananda Ngozi Adichie is learning how to raise a feminist child and teaching us at the same time. We could all learn with her, as explained in her book:
Studies confirm that women of color experience racism, sexism, regular harassment, and assault. Black women are particularly affected by these daily experiences and experience great stress as a result. These traumas are not new and too often mirror the experiences of a childhood fraught with the same. ACEs are Adverse Childhood Experiences that put all of us at risk,
Trauma hurts. Trauma can cause pain, anger (even rage), depression, and self-harm. Importantly, trauma can spark activism because trauma can transform victims into survivors. More often than not, survivors of traumatic experiences have stories to tell and lessons to teach.
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Trauma can activate a passion for social justice and change.
You can be an herbal goddess and this book shows you how. Author Amy Jirsa explains the magical, medicinal, and restorative powers of 12 specific herbs: calendula, chamomile, cinnamon, dandelion, echinacea, elder, ginger, holy basil, lavender, nettle, rose, and turmeric.