Receive your certification while in a breathtaking environment. Spring of ‘23 we will be journeying to the Sacred Valley of Cuzco Peru - home of the Quechua Nation, and the origin of the lineage of Traditional Womb Care which our TUM™ certification training is based on....
Begin by clearing your mind and focusing your full attention on medicine-making, preferably through singing or chanting.
Make sure that all of the utensils, supplies, and ingredients you will use in this process are clean and organized in your workspace.
As the winds and longer days of the Autumn begins to remind us how to let go, we can benefit from incorporating seasonal routines which save our energies and resources in order to prepare for the coming Winter.
One of the quintessential ways in which humans have traditionally saved energy - and at times even genetic memories - has been to dry and store the seeds from this year's harvest Gathering together within our communities to share in the harvest while saving seeds from the past for the future lives yet to come.
As we cross through the darkest days of this year we remember that this is traditionally the time of year during which human beings take time to honor and connect back with those members of our families and communities who are no longer physically with us.
Although some of us may be more involved than others in specific daily Spiritual practices we can all relate to the need to honor those who brought us into being by coming before us. When we set aside a small portion of our most prized morsels of food, drink and incense before partaking this is a way to show our Ancestors how we remember that their bite comes first.
This medicinal plant bath can be administered as a hot soak or a cold rinse just after sexual trauma occurs and as needed thereafter. For optimal results this bath should be taken first thing after waking and/or last thing before bed. Whenever possible - work with fresh plants, and sing their songs as you prepare the this bath...