We're joined by Asha Frost, an Indigenous Medicine Woman and a member of the Chippewas of Nawash First Nation, to discuss her lifelong journey of reclamation and her path as a healer. Asha provides profound insights into ways of integrating Medicine in our own lives and trusting ourselves as healers. Asha talks about shifting out of her private practice into her life work of sharing Medicine through Ceremonies, teaching and speaking events. We're also treated to some ideas from her new book, You Are the Medicine.
You Are the Medicine, Asha's new book
Dear White Woman Who Wants to Be Like Me, Asha's essay that is mentioned at the beginning of the episode
Check out Asha's website to learn about her healing work and see more writing from her