Over the years my healing practice has slowly shapeshifted. As I learn more I expand my modalities, fine tune my particular playlist of offerings and figure out what really works for me and my clients (versus what is just kinda lackluster). When I first started I knew that folks would be interested in healing with

Recently I’ve started doing something highly unusual for me, something that is so alien it’s almost like speaking a foreign tongue. Lately, I’ve been saying no— to just about everything. No to teaching gigs and travel opportunities, no to friend dates and budding relationships, no even to a possible book deal (it simply wasn’t the

In a world of overstimulation and endless possibilities for connection, opportunity, and demands on our time, the concept of setting boundaries has become a hot cultural topic. That said, I have to admit that for years whenever I hear someone talk about setting boundaries, my eyes would glaze over a bit. As an empath who

The trees are deepening their green every day and the flowers are popping off in full symphonic bursts. The wild roses flutter snowlike down the hillside and between the birds, the bees, the peepers and the neighborhood kids there is music every hour of the day. It is a complete summer paradise. And here I

[wool-gath-er-ing] v.

daydreaming, the gathering of thoughts and dreams as one might collect fallen tufts of wool

[wild-craft-ing] v.

the harvesting of herb, root, flower or inspiration from the wilds



Asia Suler
is a writer, teacher, medicine maker and seeker who lives in the blue folds of the southern Appalachian mountains. Woolgathering and Wildcrafting is her grass-stained journal from the hillsides of the living world. It’s full of recipes, musings, plant monographs and poetics. So grab a cup of tea and come on in for a spell. Open up to a page in this shared tome to find a hand-pressed flower, words of comfort, or a small glen of inspiration for your day. Visit Asia’s online classes for more.

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