Dreaming with Violet Launch

Life has transformed for all of us. This, we know collectively.

Some of you are grieving the loss of a family member. A friend. The loss of a relationship. Job. Expectation of a plan. Where you thought you’d be or wanted to be. 

You might oscillate between that feeling of grief and the emotions that come along with it such as anger, regret, sadness, rage, denial and moments of hope, gratitude, love, even joy or humour.

There is no “right” way to be. Not ever and not now. We each have our own way to experience this life and all of the feelings that go along with it. 

You and I are feeling creatures. We may not react the same way to a similar situation and that’s okay. It doesn’t mean that your experience is more or less than mine or vice versa. 

It’s no surprise that as I finished writing the Mugwort bookViolet was there gently and firmly making herself known and wanting to step forward. Another name for Violet is heartsease and she has been a main ally for me in processing grief. Among other overall benefits for most systems in your body, she has a way of holding you in a cloak of wholeness while working away on deeply held or stuck “stuff” in the heart. She helps you process heartbreak, heartache, loss, love, grief and also helps you find the best qualities in your heart.

The more we see these feeling aspects of ourselves not as polarities, the more we can integrate a whole experience of being and fluidity in movement even when faced with the unfathomable.

Dreaming with Violet: A Plant Spirit Short Read will help you journey into the world of the plants, encouraging you to build your own relationship with Violet. This includes sharing some of my personal experience, offering information on her personal medicinal qualities, spirit, and a short journey where you can find what your heart needs and what you are ready to release.

For more information, visit the book’s page.

eBook available for Amazon Kindle (device, app or laptop):


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Also available as an audiobook on: AppleGoogle PlayKoboNook,  Scribd

*The information shared in this post is not intended as medical advice or diagnosis. This post was originally published as a newsletter in April 2020, long before this site was even an idea.

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