EP 37: The Invisible World with Dr. Maya Shetreat
I met Maya through a mutual friend of ours, Dr. Kelly Brogan, and we instantly connected! I'm fascinated by a woman who is a neurologist, an herbalist, a naturalist and the author of a book called The Dirt Cure, talking about the benefits of kids getting into dirt.
What you'll hear in this episode:
Eating dirt: the benefits
The crossroads between sacred + science: our own microbiomes
Environment as a reflection of the collective mind state of humanity
- How we create our reality consciously and unconsciously
- How our electromagnetic field entrains with nature
- Holistic medicine + spending time in nature as more powerful than pills
- The importance of rituals + the magic of building an altar
- Ideas on how to spend more time in nature with your kids
- Creating 'time outside of time'
More about Maya:
Maya Shetreat, MD is a neurologist, herbalist, urban farmer, and author of The Dirt Cure: Healthy Food, Healthy Gut, Happy Child (Simon and Schuster, 2016), which has been translated into ten languages. She has been featured in the New York Times, The Telegraph, NPR, Sky News, The Dr. Oz Show and more. Dr. Maya is the founder of the Terrain Institute, where she teaches Terrain Medicine™, earth-based programs for transformational healing. She works and studies with indigenous communities and healers in Ecuador, and is a lifelong student of ethnobotany, plant healing, and the sacred.
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