Creating Harmony Within: Medicine for the Earth
Joining us for today's show is an international shamanic teacher as well as an author of eight books, including "Medicine for the Earth: How to Transform Personal and Environmental Toxins", Sandra Ingerman. We've talked a lot about spiritual practices, evolving consciousness, and so much more. But we've never discussed how your spiritual development can actually help us to rid our environment from toxins. Sandra joins us today to help us do just that!

As Sandra points out, our outer world is a reflection of our inner state of consciousness. Listen in today as Sandra is full of tips to help us evolve, using shamanic wisdom of the ancients. And you don't want to miss our discussion of the incredible study Sandra and her group did of the impact of utilizing some of these practices to eradicate the contaminants from water. Fascinating!

For more information about Sandra, her work in the world and her books, please visit www.SandraIngerman.com and also www.ShamanicTeachers.com.

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