Rockwell stands for people and the planet. Anyone who becomes a Rockwell-Certified Holistic Provider®, R-CHP of any class, type, or specialty, ushers in an awareness and change in others through their practice.
This is an incredible time to choose this path and take your life in your own hands and carve out an industry niche in something meant for you and only you.
We firmly believe if you're called, you have a destiny and a duty to serve others through your practice. Many have stage fright, anxiety, imposter syndrome, or a visibility wound, which begs the question...
Which is bigger, your message, or your fear? Whichever is biggest, wins... It's so empowering to know that, that you and you alone get to decide to conquer fear or let it control you and your destiny.
Like healing, conquering fear isn't so much a destination as it is a journey.
On the note of seasonal herbalism in the northern hemisphere, I hope you're all out there using taraxacum officianale (dandelion) as tea, mineral greens, in salad, and as a spring tonic along with violet.
My father told me recently that his father loved to eat violet in the spring.
According to our course Wild Remedies, within the Doctorate of Clinical Global Herbalism, violets are wonderful for dry, angry conditions. Here's the book if you want to take a peek. Clicking the image below will take you to the book and you'll be able to look inside it.
This is one of our required textbooks. It's one of three wonderful books from this doctorate that sets your foundation in clinical global herbalism for becoming an herbal clinician.
And it's seasonal, meaning you can pick up a copy today and it'll tell you what herbal plants are growing in your area this spring.
It really reconnects you back with reverence for nature and all it has to offer us if we but give it a chance...Nature nurtures and nourishes.