Effervescent Medicine

IMG_3103Who said medicine had to be so serious?

New kinds of medicine for healing are needed in this time of great change. Joyful, playful, effervescent experiences can fill and nurture our souls and bodies.

I hear of more and more miracles. They seem to come when we are at ease and in a state of receptivity that opens us to new ways, new ideas, and new perspectives.

Like Effervescence. Playfully unattached.

Years ago I noticed it was always after I craved and drank sparkling spring water that my flower essence formulas took shape. The fairies of water and air seemed to merge with enthusiastic energy within my own body and being and co-created medicines with me from the plants and magic they hold. Those were always delightful days!

Effervescence is my word for 2016. I want to be enthusiastic and bubbly. I want to co-create with the fairies of air and the undines of water—mermaids, mermen, and water dragons. I want my body to feel healthy because my emotional waters are filled with happiness and joy. And my creativity has freedom to express.

Here are a few ways I am adding Effervescence to my life in 2016:

Drinking sparkling water

Sharing my enthusiasm and passions

Playing more

Only choosing work/projects that I love

Creating a prosperous Lovelihood (the word “Lovelihood” came to me on Labor Day a few years ago)

Talking to more fairies and mermaids (and teaching others how to as well)

Hanging out with happy people

Doing ceremony to create a sacred life

Trusting in new forms of medicine

 

I hope your year is Effervescent as well!

 

 

Camilla Blossom Bishop

Camilla Blossom Bishop

I love to engage in relationship with the unseen realms of nature and founded Earth School to teach others how to awaken their intuitive nature and co-create with land and nature spirits.

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