Once upon a time, healing was thought about as an Art. Healing was understood by all to be a fancy interaction between the patient, the healer, the community of living individuals, the communities of the plants and animals (and insects and rocks and fish), the communities of the non-living individuals (such as ancestors, spirit guides, and archetypes) which mysterious movements were acknowledged by a supreme source that ruled over all creations. This source known to be responsible for all life from the conception of time itself is today by a lot of names: Creator, God, Most High.
The healing arts enclosed keen information of human behavior, radical information of plants, an aptitude for the dramatic arts, particularly singing/chanting and costuming/body painting, and comprehensive information of anatomy, physiology, and organic chemistry. (If you’re thinking that these areas aren’t arts, then examine the system employed by ancient Chinese healers, who consolidated such forms in their practices.)
Art doesn’t preclude or oppose science. Science is, after all, solely the honest testing of ideas and also the ability to watch and at least try to understand the confusing relationship between “cause and result”. The most effective workings of science are deeply indebted to art. Art understands that science is left-brained and art is right-brained, and a full brain includes each to be unique.
Science, however, isn’t very easy with art. Science believes art is a superstitious notion. Science believes art is fuzzy, soft, naive, not replicable, and thus devious. It is attention-grabbing, as science defines itself as factual, and art as fantastical.
Truly critical scientists perceive the necessity to honor intuition besides information. However, the earth isn’t run by the nice, therefore bit by bit, “the art of healing” is denigrated, and also “the science of healing” is commemorated. The therapist spends additional and longer interactions with machines and medicines and technology, and less time with the patient; additional and lengthy learning books and even lesser time learning the concerns of the patient; the strange, symbolic, provocative powers of his psyche. The therapist focuses additional and more additional on fixing the sick individual to a socially acceptable standard, and again, with less time spent addressing the patient’s want for wholeness in self, family, and then community.
“The herb doctor becomes a chemist. The health professional need not understand biology. But Herbs are lowkey presented as medicine in fake lab coats, and as such, the most marketable one is that whose value is often worth mentioning.”Tom George
Whereas, in acknowledging the utility of science, we can maintain the right brain’s superior skills through the art of healing. And also defend the rights of the miracle-workers, the shamans, the witch doctors, the mid-wives, the herbalists, the wise girls, people who have psychic abilities, the star-seeds, and also the courageousness to nurse the changes – both massive and tiny, from birth to death and life in between – within the lives of those around them.
Herbal medication, supernatural plants, Psycho-active plants, there’s an evident thread here, and it goes all the way an extended means back; a minimum of 40,000 years. The plants say they spoke with us all until only recently. Water also says our words can heal them and restructure their molecules. Forty thousand years ago we all know our ancestors were attempting feats, recording, genetically manipulating, coupling, and crossbreeding specific psychedelic plants. And they did dare to apply them in their healing techniques with effective results. Maria Sabina, one of the twentieth Century’s most famous shamanic healers, went into the forest as a little kid and ate psychedelic psilocybin mushrooms, and the result was that she hallucinated otherworldly beings that spoke to her. She cured solely with the help of the “little people” (mushrooms) and she cured not simply body but soul, however. To Sabina, mushrooms were an instrument for connecting dimensions and realities that happen in parallel. Because of their various reports of effectiveness, intensity, and peculiarity.
There have been reports in the last decade or less, of people ingesting psychedelic psilocybin mushrooms report seeing multi-dimensional beings, now modernly called “machine elves”.
Within the Amazon, the scholars of herbalism and healing, are accustomed to mind-blowing plants, plants that have been studied and still being studied in human academics and science.
There are loads to speak of recent concerning the active ingredients in plants, especially in regards to how they can be used for healing and applied to modern medicine.
Regardless of science or art, herbs are eternal. Utilize their energy