Zahara Ananta,, who descends from the Original Yogic Tradition of India and carries the Traditions with a 20 Year Yoga practice, has training in Plant Medicine, 5 Element Accupressre, Culinary Medicine and Nutrition. In January of 2016, she began her studies in Ecological Medicine which is inseparable from spiritual healing. Both describe a strengthening and clarity of relationships, an opportunity to immerse oneself in the interconnectedness of all life, to root one’s sense of identity, of belonging, deeply into the earth. One then reaches into the nourishing groundwaters of Spirit. The deeper one drinks, the more one perceives the common origin and destiny of the great society of Nature. All plants, animals, minerals, forces of weather, elements, and so on are recognized to be a vast interwoven, co-evolving, and mutually transformative community. Natural ecosystems are then understood to be the surface manifestations of an underlying culture of spiritual relations.Source: sacredspringsretreat.secure.retreat.guru
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