Hopefully you have never had to be in a hospital (except for a healthy, successful birth), but chances are, you or someone you know have taken an unexpected visit either to visit a loved one, or because you’ve needed care yourself.
As you probably know, it can be a really stressful place to be on top of the pain and other discomfort of being treated in the hospital.
I was reminded of how disempowering it can be as my dad just recently had a nasty fall and broke his leg. While I was talking to my mom, I realized that there is a LOT I learned during my internship at Marin General Hospital (yes, I am a certified integrative medicine healing arts practitioner as well as a goddess mentor) that would probably be really good to share with you. It’s really simple and basic, but few of us know just how much we can do to make a hospital visit less stressful. Being able to help hospital patients have a more enjoyable, health-filled journey is a true superpower and as we dive into the Goddess of Compassion this month in the Living Wisdom School, it seems like perfect timing for me to bust out this particular tool belt and share with you some of the most important keys I learned for helping our loved ones to feel more empowered and less stigmatized while in the hospital.
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There are so many ways we can help our loved ones when they’re in the hospital, but it is easy to forget our resources, strength and power when we are faced with pain, injury, threats to health and life of ourselves or a loved one.
I want to make sure that as many people as possible know these simple, easy and POWERFUL ways to lessen the stressful impacts of being in the hospital and maximizing the natural tools and resources most of us have available to us (but we forget or don’t realize we can use them) when we (or someone we love) take an unexpected trip to the hospital.
Love and healing prayers to my papa! And love to you and your loved ones! May health and ease be yours, and until we meet again, may the Source be with you!
x & o & <3