See my interview below for my upcoming podcast with Razi Berry on the topic of Love as Medicine
She shares what she discovered from interviewing many world-leading experts on the topic.
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The Love is Medicine Project
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to just feel good again? Just get to par, to feel like everyone else.
What if the answer lies not in your diagnosis or your problem, but your relationship to it. Relationships are the golden key to healing. Relationships with each other, Relationship with yourself. Relationship with the world around you.
Strolling through your feeds, you see “those friends”, showing off their glistening beach body, posting their marathon medals, or selfies at the top of some mountain….
When you are dealing with chronic pain, fatigue, anxiety, diabetes, brain fog, depression, relationship conflict,autoimmune issues or even cancer, these things may some impossible. They become their own mountains that seem to grow in elevation with each passing day.
But what if that didn’t have to be the case?
We have all the science and diagnostics and protocols, and yet we aren’t moving the needle toward a healthier world. Why?
My friend Razi Berry has spent 15 years as a publisher of NDNR, NaturalPath and the International Journal of Naturopathic Medicine (These are all publications educating doctors on natural medicine) and in that time her journals have published more than 2100 case studies. Razi noticed patterns in these cases to discover reasons why people get sick, and how they heal.
She invited some of the brightest minds in wellness to take us on a journey to discover the healing power within each of us in her new docuseries The Love is Medicine Project. The true prescription for healing your body, mind and heart.
I know there are a lot of online wellness events these days, but this one stands out. Why?
- The Love is Medicine Project brings together the biggest names in health, in a 7-part binge worthy series that rivals even the best title in your Netflix feed.
- Razi is charismatic and relatable. Her stories and commentary are deeply moving and inspire the best parts of ourselves to take action and move forward.
- By the end of the series you will leave with actionable steps you can take to start making changes in your health, mindset & relationships
I challenge you to dedicate 1 hour a day to this series. I challenge you to think beyond getting to the average par and to reach your peaks, without pain, fatigue, or discomfort...so you can post your own victories and celebrate participating in your own life.
Sign up for this online event now, at no cost — it may change your life!
Take care for now,