Molly Larkin is today’s guest on The Segilola Salami Show podcast. Molly talks about how she helps people achieve emotional, spiritual and physical balance. She also shares how her passion for health and healing led her to become a certified spiritual healing practitioner and licensed tutor for NFSH-The Healing Trust, England’s oldest and largest spiritual healing organisation. I assure you, you need to click play now to listen to this most intriguing conversation with Molly Larkin.
About Molly Larkin
Molly Larkin has been a life-long spiritual seeker and has studied with indigenous elders from
around the world for over 30 years. She is the co-author of The Wind Is My Mother, the Life and
Teachings of A Native American Shaman and the author of The Fountain of Youth Is Just A
Breath Away; Breathing Exercises for Relaxation, Health and Vitality.
Her passion for health and healing led her to become a certified spiritual healing practitioner
and licensed tutor for NFSH-The Healing Trust, England’s oldest and largest spiritual healing
organization. In her private healing practice, Molly works with people, pets and horses, both in
person and long distance, helping them achieve emotional, spiritual and physical balance.
What native American traditions do you recommend we incorporate into our society?
1 Ceremony for Soldiers coming home from war; they’ve seen death and need to be cleansed of that negative energy.
2 Respect for elders; they have so much to teach us on the wisdom learned from a full life. All our elders should be honored and well-taken care of. Not left alone in nursing facilities.
3 Teaching children not to make fun of those who are different. Bullying would never be tolerated in an indigenous society.
4 The chief was always the poorest man in the tribe, because he gave away what he had to ensure all his people had what they needed. So not giving so many special privileges to our leaders would be a good place to start. We could solve a lot problems here in the United States if Congress had to use the same medical plan and retirement funding that the rest of our citizens do. Then we’d get something that worked!
5 Gratitude: Practice gratitude every day and more blessings come. While the poorest ethnic group in every nation, indigenous people are the most generous. They understand that giving is the secret to a good life. They even have a saying, “it’s hard for us to say ‘thank you’ without something in our hand.”
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