Rooting a Spiritual Life with Willow
From: Inspiration Journal – Hawaii’s Wellness Magazine February 2012
Rita Harrison is the most non-German German I have ever met and she’s a lot older than she looks, she informs me. She’s witty, charming, with an easy smile and she listens hard to what you have to say, a
somewhat forgotten art.
I asked her what’s new in her Willow System and she said nothing but for the way she puts things together. She explained to me all about her pick n’ mix system, how it is made to fit the lifestyle of the person sitting in front of her and does not force that person to fit her system.
We talked for a long time and it was mind blowing how many ideas were presented, from the reorganization and centering of the body, to regaining a safe place in your family system. It was also way too much to list in this article, but I’ll try to break it down for you.
She must have a mind like a steel trap. I don’t know how old she really is, but she must have studied from day one, because she’s taken a multitude of tried and tested natural healing techniques and parts of the more accepted white coat (her words) medical modalities, stripped them down to see how they work and reassembled them into a widely based holistic treatment system that covers most, if not all, the bases.
She’s taken the tradition of German engineering and applied it to good health and.
So I asked, “What’s this food supplement, or you’ll die…”-free healthy living bit all about?” With a radiant smile she told me that the first thing she noticed about a lot of healers, both main stream and alternative, was that they try to bind you to them by frightening the living daylight out of you: “You take this pill or
She pointed out that you can’t tell a skydiver that you won’t help him until he stops living dangerously; it’s what he’s good at, what he loves, and how he pays his bills. “We tend to judge people too much by our own fears and this helps nobody!” she said.
Fear makes a person ill; freeing someone from fear can help them unfold into new health.
If you have a chance to talk to Rita, do – I loved it.