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You Are the Medicine by Asha Frost
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Mar 15, 2022 | ISBN 9781401963507

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You Are the Medicine is a profound and beautifully written book offered by Indigenous Medicine Woman Asha Frost. With a sensitive lyricism and nuance in her writing she shares stories inspired by her Ojibway ancestry following the lunar calendar of 13 moons. This book reveals how to claim our inherent capacity for healing in all ways. Inviting us to connect to our own ancestral wisdom by sharing hers, she generously and lovingly shows us the way home. A must read for our times.” —Colette Baron-Reid, Author and Oracle Creator

“I have deep respect for Asha Frost and the sacred work she does. In You Are the Medicine, Asha takes us on a journey sharing deep wisdom through mesmerising storytelling and embodied wisdom. Through rituals and sacred journeys she then lovingly guides us to recover the power and beauty of ourown ancestral lineages. This beautiful book will breathe life into your soul and reconnect you to the medicine that has always been whispering within.” — Rebecca Campbell, Best-selling Author, Mystic, and Mother

“There is an unmistakable magic about Asha Frost—she is soft yet strong, fierce yet loving. This book is not only an honouring of sacred ancestry it, also shares a tender yet deep respect for the Earth and her medicine while guiding us to authentically own who we are in a way that is in alignment with our roots. This work will initiate great healing and inspire essential change in your life.” — Kyle Gray, Best-selling Author of Raise Your Vibration and Angel Prayers

“Asha is a brilliant force of love and healing, and her ability to help others connect to their own innate medicine feels like a gift from Spirit.” — Chris-Anne Donnelly, Creator of The Sacred Creator’s Oracle and The Light Seer’s Tarot

“This book contains the cure to what ails us in these times: disconnection and having forgotten who we are. Allow yourself to be taken on this transformative journey to remembering who you are, what you came here for, and how to access your power anytime, anywhere, anyplace.” — Kate Northrup, Best-selling Author of Do Less

You Are the Medicine is an act of great, and maybe undeserved, generosity. If you are interested in including activism and decolonization work as a part of your spiritual practice, Asha Frost leads you into the potency of her Indigenous culture while also guiding and imploring you to reckon with the implications of the borrowing.” — Kimberly Ann Johnson, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, Sexological Bodyworker, Birth Doula, and Author of Call of The Wild

“No matter who you are, you need this book. We are all searching for healing, to remember that we are indeed our own best medicine. Asha is the perfect guide to take our hand and lead us back home to ourselves, to help us ask brave questions and step forward with courage. I hope you’ll buy this book and begin the journey of becoming who you were sacredly created to be. I’ll be returning to Asha’s teaching again and again.” — Kaitlin Curtice, Author of Native

“This book is a gift to the world. It carries the voice and vision of the Ancestors. It is a portal that offers an invitation for each reader to reclaim the Medicine within. Do yourself a favor and pick up this treasure today! So grateful You Are the Medicine exists!” — Christine Gutierrez, Licensed Psychotherapist, Speaker, Author of I am Diosa

“Asha Frost is a thought-leader anchored in her Indigenous spiritual tradition for our times. Her book and her work is a shining light forus to follow as we navigate a loss of meaning and a heartbreaking, confusing world. She guides us back to purpose with so much clarity as she invites us into reflection, ritual, story and journeying. Thank you Asha for this gift. We listen and receive.” — Susanna Barkataki, Speaker, Yoga Culture Advocate, Author of Embrace Yoga’s Roots

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