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Emotions play a critical role in our lives. They inform us of our social and spiritual needs and they motivate us to find harmony, balance and happiness in our lives. Most of us have been taught that our emotions can't be trusted, but Steven Horne and Thomas Easley present a different viewpoint on emotions in this webinar. They explain that emotions are always honestly trying to communicate with us, but that our mind misinterprets the message because of what we have been taught to believe about emotions. 

In this webinar, Steven presents his basic emotional model and talks about how we tend to either "deny and suppress" our emotions or "blame and vent" them. He presents us with another option, which is to listen to the emotion and understand what it is trying to tell us about how we need to change our lives. The Herbal Hour version of this webinar focuses on the use of single herbs as aids to emotional balance and wellbeing.

Herbs that Thomas and Steven will discuss include: Peach, Wild Cherry, Lemon Balm, Sassafras, Goldenrod, Osha, Burdock, Devils Club, Mimosa bark, Lavender, Rose, Linden, Hawthorn, Pulsatilla, Skullcap, Holy Basil, Milky Oats, Calamus, Lobelia, Wood Betony and Ashwagandha. Nutrients covered include Magnesium and Lithium. 

October 26, 2016
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  • Anger (excessive)
  • Emotional Sensitivity
  • Fear (excessive)
  • Grief and Sadness


  • Emotional Healing Work


  • Emotionally Healing

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