The Awe of Sitting with the Blue Whale Bones

“I went on my very first herb walk when I was 8 years old.”

There is something that happened on that walk that is still relevant and drives my herbal studies to this very day.

Join me next to the beached BLUE WHALE bones to tap into this core concept that connects you with the breadth of what is really possible when learning about herbs.

Keeping one foot steeped in this world opens a depth of connection to the plants that nourishes your herbal studies like nothing else.


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Hello I’m Kami, Welcome to Living Awareness!

I believe every family needs to have someone on board with a working knowledge of natural remedies if you want to take care of your family’s health for real.

When I was growing up, natural remedies was not a mainstream concept like it is now, in fact, you are going to be surprised that I never even heard the word natural remedy until I moved out of the house!

In my early 20’s I met someone by chance that told me about holistic health and herbal medicine. I wondered why nobody had talked to me about it before and had a voracious appetite to learn everything I could.

Now, 30 years later I've helped thousands of people demystify the world of herbal medicine and become empowered in using herbal self-care in their home to prevent illness, take care of common ailments and protect their health naturally.

For 20 years I've had a clinical herbal practice connecting people with plants and their wellness. I've developed and taught herbal curriculum for UCSF School of Nursing and the Integral Health Master’s Degree Program at the California Institute of Integral Studies.

Stick with me! You’ll learn awesome herbal self-care, get inspired to be more self-sufficient in your health care and nourish a deep love for the herbs and how to use them, knowing you are doing the very best you can to care for your wellness.

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awesome, I’m the first to comment?!?! I like your point that keeping our ability to be in awe of life and the world around us will keep us on the right path, healing ourselves and our world, a little tikkun olam if you will. My most recent awe moment was when a bat circled around me at dusk as I was outdoors feeding the dogs. It was a wonderful moment; I like to walk at twilight morning or evening in order to catch a glimpse of the few bats we have in our neighborhood. I miss the awe moments of… Read more »

My most recent AWE momwnt came about a week ago whwn i took my Bailee (My sheltie), out for her morning trip outside. It was about 7:00 a.m. and the sun was just coming up. I live in Eastern Washington in farming country.
The sun shown in the great mown fields to show a brilliant yellow contrasted against a darker cloudy sky. It was gorgeous! I did feel that AWE moment and stood there filling my senses with how beautiful it was. It’s a sensory memory that will be with me forever.