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Ask Katharina

The positive response from last month’s column has been overwhelming. Thank you so much for all your support! The questions have been rolling in and I found these all to be interesting as we focus on restoration for the month of April. Enjoy!

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Dear Katharina,

I’m an avid green thumb and love to garden. Are there any tools you would recommend to help my plants grow stronger and bigger?

-Alice M., Illinois

Light-Life Harmonizers

The Light-Life Harmonizers come in a ton of different sizes!

Dear Alice,

Believe it or not, the Light-Life Tools were designed also with agriculture in mind! Slim was interested in inventing tools that could help the environment. It was only later on that he discovered the Harmonizers were beneficial to humans as well. There are so many tools that could be helpful for your garden. The testimonials I’ve received on botany are pretty profound. One woman went on vacation to come home and found her garden infected with bugs. She activated her Environmental Harmonizer using an Environmental Clearing CD (you can place the Harmonizer on top of it or for extra charge you can put the CD in a CD player and place headphones around the Harmonizer). Within a day the bugs were all gone! A Harmonizer is a great tool to have in your home as it is said to cleanse the air, water and soil. I also recommend buying a bunch of Plain Jane Sacred Cubit Light-Life Rings. You can put these over your sprinklers, the hose, your watering can or any other water source that you will use to nourish your garden. Let us know how you do.

Yours truly,

Katharina

PTSD

Dear Katharina,

I’ve done a ton of work on myself over the years, but still struggle with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) because of a traumatic childhood. What tools do you recommend I use or wear as I continue my healing journey?

Thank you,

John S., Colorado

Light-Life Song of the Soul Pendant

Light-Life Song of the Soul Pendant

Dear John,

I’m so sorry you’ve had such a rough experience. It’s powerful to see that you are willing to get the help you need and move through the issues. Not everyone has this strength and you will emerge on the other side much better for it. While I strongly recommend doing work with a licensed therapist, the Light-Life Tools do have their place. I would recommend one of the newest additions to our assortment, The Song of the Soul Light-Life Pendant. It’s not only a gorgeous piece of art, but is said to clear away the blocks of ancestral patterns. I’ve also received a lot of testimonials that it gives the wearer strength to stand in their true self and speak their truth. You could also get a copper 2 Lost Cubit Seed of Life and place under your bed or under your mattress. This is supposed to help with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as well. Please let me know how it works for you. Sending many blessings!

-Katharina

Blessings

The Power of the Moon

The moon and it’s affect on the planet can immediately stir up debate, even amongst the most knowledgeable scholars. I choose to stay off the debating committee and would love to speak to you more about my experience about the moon and it’s important relationship with botany.  It seems fitting as yesterday, March 20, 2017 was the spring equinox, or the astronomical spring if you will. Even if you don’t care much for the moon, there’s no denying it’s power in pop culture!

Moon lit sky

I grew up in Bavaria, Germany, a place marked by tradition, great beer, festivals and the birth of botany. Leonhart Fuchs was a Bavarian born doctor, philosopher and botanist. He wanted physicians and pharmacists to use the same terms as ancient philosophers. This fourteenth century visionary was known for his work during the plague, for establishing the first botanical garden and for documenting his efforts in his book: Leonard Fuchs’ Notes on certain Herbs and Simples not yet rightly understood by the Physicians.

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It makes sense to me that Bavaria is the birthplace for botany as the gorgeous rolling hills, the alps, beautiful clear lakes, forestry and stunning landscape give purpose to exploration and education. The variety of botanicals present is plentiful and there is much to study. Most of what I’ve learned came from my grandfather. He was famous in the community for his medicinal teas, made from different parts of plants, often picked in the middle of the night or very early in the morning. He told me about the importance of the moon. How the moon cycles indicated when best to plant and when best  to harvest leaves and berries necessary for his powerful concoctions.

Barvaria

My grandfather used many different types of herbs, but he was a huge fan of mullein. He even planted a few in our garden. It’s been fun to watch it come back into the collective conscious. Much like kale and turmeric, mullein is having it’s moment and I couldn’t be happier. You can probably find it at your local health food store and it’s most commonly used for tea. It’s medicinal used for the upper respiratory tract infections and makes a great antidote for the common cold. Less commonly known and even less widely accepted, mullein is said to disperse even spirits and is said to cleanse the soul.

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Slim’s legacy includes the plethora of Light-Life Tools, which are now over 150 products strong. However, most of his devout fans don’t know that Slim also had an avid love of botany and was a self taught herbalist. My favorite story told is by a group of healers who were in close proximity to an Anthrax outbreak. The level of anthrax detected was quantified and documented by a radionics machine. Slim put a fungus called giant puffball, ma bo in Chinese, in the center of an Environmental Harmonizer.  He knew the mushroom’s medicinal properties and was confident they would help. He ran the Environmental Clearing tape (at that time there were no CD’s available) for a few hours. After he was done with his ‘experiment’ the anthrax in the area was unable to be detected.

Sacred Cubit Environmental Light-Life (R) Harmonizer

Sacred Cubit Environmental Light-Life (R) Harmonizer

 

Whether you are a moon goddess, a seasoned botanist or an adamant skeptic, I hope whenever you glance at the moon again you’ll give it your thanks and gratitude. If you can’t comprehend it’s powerful influence on the biology of the planet, perhaps you can appreciate it’s stunning glow.

By the way, did you know that in the German language the sun is female and the moon male? If you know more about this let me know!

Spring tulips

Wishing you all a very beautiful and prosperous spring!