Acupuncture Bodywork Herbal Medicine Nutrition Coaching

What images come to mind when you think of alchemy?

If you’re like most people, you’re probably thinking of an antiquated pseudoscience where a bunch of old dudes with long white beards are experimenting with potions.

It’s true that alchemy is the precursor to modern chemistry.

The word “chemistry” has its roots either in ancient Egypt or Greece. (1)

Ancient Egypt was called the land of chem, or alchemia, and was prized for its fertile soil.

And in ancient Greece the word “chemia” meant “pouring” or “infusion”.

From Europe to Africa to India and China, the work of alchemy is rooted in transformation.

Historically, alchemists made all sorts of concoctions hoping that they’d find the Philosopher’s Stone, which was believed to turn silver and copper into gold and also act as a magical elixir that would grant you eternal youth.

But while they’re famous for pursuing the transformation of physical material, most alchemists had a deeper purpose that’s been largely forgotten.

This is because the secret to alchemy isn’t found in the physical realm.

True alchemy is about inner transformation.

And inner transformation starts in the spiritual realm.

It’s only from the spiritual realm that the physical can truly be transformed.

Why should this matter to you?

Because many of the methods alchemists discovered have the potential to heal you, even today.

Inner alchemy practices like qigong, yoga, meditation, medicinal herbs and food as medicine have been used for thousands of years to help people transform on mental and physical levels.

And modern science is finally catching up to what these ancient traditions have been teaching all along.

You have the power to transform.

You have the power to heal yourself.

The Kingdom of Heaven is literally yours to experience, right here on earth.

Just one question remains.

Are you ready?


Pin It on Pinterest

Share This