IS TOBACCO REALLY AS BAD AS EVERYONE THINKS?

Many of us see tobacco use as a “nasty habit” or as a harmful addiction. And with good reason. According to the US Government website Tobacco Free, more than 16 million people already have at least one disease from smoking. Smokers die 13 years before non-smokers. It’s the leading cause of illnesses that could be prevented by lifestyle changes.

But what if tobacco is really a sacred and powerful plant teacher that we have deeply misunderstood?

Even a habitual smoker can begin to transform the relationship he or she has to this teacher plant, by integrating a simple prayer practice into daily or routine tobacco use.

I’ll be giving you more tips just like this in my upcoming webinar series:

4 Power Plants You May Take For Granted: How to Respect Your Relationship to Coffee, Tea, Tobacco, and Chocolate

11:30- noon EST from Monday to Wednesday 3/19-3/22.

Did you know cacao, coffee, tobacco, and tea are sacred plants, each used in ceremony by their parent cultures? In this free 4 day webinar series, Kirsten and Merissa Lovett will explore these teaching or “power” plants, their potential to create addiction when misused, and their healing power to transform addiction when related to in a respectful way. Each session is 30 minutes long, and anyone who registers here will receive a sacred practice to work with each plant.

Learn how to:

Recognize power plants as channels for spiritual work
Understand why their addictive potential is a symptom of misuse of their power
Use each plant in a healthy way
Understand how traditional cultures worked with the plant
Build a spiritual connection to each plant

Start the solar year with a better relationship with these powerful plant helpers.

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I specialize in content curation that communicates the heart of indigenous cultural and spiritual wisdom. I enjoy researching, writing and sharing about sacred sites, ceremony, shamanism from indigenous cultures in North, Central and South America. I take pride in curating and creating content that respects indigenous people, the sacredness of life, and Earth-based wisdom.

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