When someone reads this quote, their first instinct may be to turn away in thinking they aren't a healer. But I like to think the opposite. Aren't we all healers in one way or another?
Do you listen to other's pain who come to you for support?
Do you offer up your journey of pain in hopes of helping them ease or walk into their own healing and suffering?
Medicine can look like many things other than a pill.
Medicine can be experienced in ways that are not the traditional norm.
When you sit with someone in their most vulnerable moments, not judging, but just letting them be in their pain; you are offering them healing. You are reminding them that they hold the medicine and the strength within to heal.
When we embrace each other's pain with the awareness of learning from whatever that suffering is, we then honor the humility in the steps we walked for someone else.
When we embrace each other's pain with them, we are holding them and their pain so as to remind them healing is possible.
How have you been a healer in your life?
How can you better step into being a presence of healing towards others?
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Andrea creates, builds, and offers her teachings and hands on life tools based on her journey healing her body image after a 14yr battle and life of trauma. Her vision always is to help others live a full life with the journey they are given.