33: Reconnecting to mother earth, financial responsibility and healing, mindful confrontation, and conscious consumption with Deborah Hanekamp of Mama Medicine
I had such a lovely time chatting with Deborah Hanekamp, Seeress & Founder of Space by Mama Medicine, on today’s episode. Deborah is such a healing presence, and she shared so much great knowledge in this episode about our relationship to healing, how we need to reconnect to the earth and spend more time outside, how to be a more conscious consumer and therefore kinder to the planet, and more.
In this episode, we discuss:
What is Mama Medicine and what is a medicine reading?
How to decide which healers to see and be financially responsible doing so
How Deborah defines healing and who needs it
The steps Deborah is taking in her own healing journey
Deborah’s ethos on food
How our physical symptoms are the final expression of our intuitive thoughts
How Deborah encourages her daughter’s intuition
The lessons Deborah has learned from her daughter
The first steps in healing yourself
Deborah’s experience closing her first business and what she learned in that journey
How to connect more deeply to the earth by being a conscious consumer
Deborah’s journey towards working less and setting more boundaries
How to determine where you need balance
Why Deborah is a fan of confrontation
What medicine the world needs, according to Deborah
How and why we have gotten so disconnected from the earth as humans
The balance of the matriarchy and patriarchy in modern and ancient medicine
All the deets:
Connect with Deborah and her work at Mama Medicine where you can book a medicine reading, see her events, and sign up for her magical newsletter (I love it— there are always so many wonderful takeaways!)
Follow along with Deborah at @mamamedicine on Instagram
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