Nurturing Your Inner Garden - Roxana Roshon, Naturotherapist, Ph.D.

Transformative Places

Posted March 6, 2018

As spring arrives, it is time to awaken.
As winter fades away, it is time to move into our light.
In the Toltec / Nahuatl tradition, we heal ourselves so we can journey into the transformative places within, allowing us to be the best manifestation of ourselves. I think about this process frequently. It is part of my own healing journey and the paths of most of my clients, friends, and colleagues.
As I was planning this blog, I realized that there are transformational places outside ourselves too. In fact, I live in an amazing community of people who are transforming themselves and by doing so those around are influenced.

These two photos are from a backpacking trip to Switzerland in June 2004.That was a very life-changing time for me. The majestic mountains were breathtaking. Additionally, the friendly people, peaceful countryside, healthy food, and happy cows started waking me up to a new way of being. In particular, there was one defining moment when I slid down a snow covered slope and braced myself before the precipice. We are all given moments to decide how we live. That was one moment in which I decided to reframe my focus.

What moments frame your life? What transformative places have you been internally and externally? What new life-changing events and practices are waiting for you?

Roxana