[EPISODE] The 13 Moons & Symbolic Literacy
The 13 Moons Healing the Healers system is based on ancient Shamanic women’s traditions from around the world. Our purpose is to orient Healers and or seekers of enlightenment, to build their relationship with their inner world and with Source. By looking at nature around us and learning the green language of the earth we connect our minds to our bodies.
There are 13 moons in a calendar year and we use them to speak about the flavors of life. Life has many different aspects and not all of them are the same. When we understand how to differentiate between the different flavors of ice cream or energy and life then we can better determine what we want.
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Courtni Hale introduces her guest, Beth Wright an energy healing teacher. They start with a discussion on The 13 Moons Healing the Healers system which is based on ancient Shamanic women’s traditions from around the world. They discuss building a relationship with spirit and consciousness. Courtni explains 2 books to her guest, 13 Original Clan Mothers by Jamie Sams and Stealing Beneficios Roses by Martin Prechtel.
Courtni and Beth continue to discuss their favorite passages in 13 Original Clan Mothers. Beth reads one her favorite passages on page 144. How do you nurture yourself? Courtni talks about nurturing herself and Beth tells her opinion on nurturing herself by taking in nature. Courtni talks about how she loves the clan mothers because the setting are always in nature and thats exactly what feeds her should just like Beth. Beth talks about owning all of who you are the negative and positive side to you. For example even the clan mothers who show there flaws and evolve over time.
Allowing, Following, and Flowering
Courtni and Beth do a deeper dive into the book talking about one of the clan mothers who was tested time and time again through out the book. She drowns herself and the eel who shocked her actually helped her. They relate with each other on being in the same place as this clan mother and how hard it was getting out of that. They talk about symbolic literacy and the different animals that came to mind from reading the book. They describe the animals and what they love about that animal.
The duo talk more about symbolism within the clan mothers. Courtni explains there are 13 moons in a calendar year and we use them to speak about the flavors of life.
“What ever we focus on multiplies.”
They discuss how people can take this practice on everyday life. One of the things Courtni tells her patients to tell themselves is that they love their self every morning. This allows her patients to heal and thrive.