Featured Book: What Color is Your Medicine?
Regina is a Western-trained family nurse practitioner who has worked in both emergency medicine and family practice. After stumbling upon the teachings of the Five Elements of Chinese medicine (Earth, Metal, Water, Wood and Fire), everything related to how she saw and treated people began to shift.
Then came the study of energy medicine which again opened her eyes to the various understandings of how to prevent and avoid illness. If a person tunes into the messages in their body, one can begin to find avenues of healing that may not otherwise been possible. Regina always looks at the larger picture of a person, so incorporating the physical, emotional, and spiritual body is when she understood what the true art of healing really meant. When our heart and soul are able to find peace and balance along our way, we can then find ways to get through even some of the most turbulent times.
What Color is Your Medicine is a book that came into form in under two months’ time. It came through after Regina lost everything in a Fire. It turned out that Fire was the element or catalyst that she needed to write. Regina’s own healing journey, along with cases and experiences of others for whom she has cared, are shared throughout the book by way of the Five Elements. The elements weave together our physical and emotional bodies, which help us uncover the places of imbalance, in order to find our way home; home to our spirit. What Color is Your Medicine also offers recommendations to take along on your own healing journey, to assist in whatever color medicine you may be dealing with at this time in your life.
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