Own Your Original Medicine

This is about who you are, not what you do. Your words capture the essence of who you are when you show up at your best ~ for whatever you do!
— Gail Larsen

We all have experiences in our lives that dramatically shift our path and enrich our Life as we understand it. There are those people who touch us in a way that change us forever and events that wake us up to a new connection with ourselves.

Such was my experience last week in Santa Fe with Gail Larsen in her four day Transformational Speaking Immersion: If You Want to Change the World, Tell a Better Story

With eager and anxious anticipation, five strangers and I converged upon this enchanting pueblo.  We were on a shared mission to personally realize our greatest power and to trust in the potential of our truth. 

Graciously welcomed, we began our awakening. We were introduced to the concept of “original medicine,” an indigenous teaching that we are born to this earth with gifts and talents that are ours and ours alone. 

It’s our own personal alchemy.

Gail Larsen orchestrated a brilliant structure while silently holding space for each of us to find our way. And find our way we did! 

With her intuitive wisdom and gracious heart, she masterfully lead the six of us back to ourselves where the stories of our lives hold our magic. This place of wholeness within our unique soul she called the Home Zone™.

From the truth and safety of our Home Zone™ we can agree to be seen for who we are, what we love, and the position we take on what really matters to us. Here is the place where we let go of our fears and our need to seek answers.

Identifying, naming and giving voice to my “original medicine” empowered me to release my fears and fuel my passion. 

I am Jani McCarty and my “original medicine” expresses me as The Heart Centered Tree Witch. It’s the name that celebrates who I am and the secret wisdom I’ve come to contribute!

Thank you for touching my life, creating our tribe, and shifting our path to higher ground!

Ponder This:

What is one personal experience you could share when you showed up as your best ~ without fear or self-judgement?

Please share your experience in the comments below.