Meet Caleb, a twenty year old young man from Alaska. StaciJoy transports you into the Health Zone with Caleb’s way-out-there ideas about religion and spirituality. Black Magic and Native American plant medicine ceremonies are some of Caleb’s topics that will entertain your adventuresome spirit, while leaving you to wonder where you stand within your own spirituality.
Monthly Archives: December 2014
How open minded are you to Native American healing? Buckle up tight, because this could be a bumpy ride for you. Catch a glimpse into the Shamanic world of Ayahuasca and San Pedro, as StaciJoy travels to Gaia Sagrada, a western retreat nestled high in the Andes Mountains. Tune into this episode and understand what all the fuss is about over plant medicines. Listen to the journeys of three individuals, and how they transformed their lives after drinking the medicines. StaciJoy holds nothing back as she shares her own personal journey with the plant medicines. She describes her journey as the rebirth she has been waiting for.
Follow StaciJoy to Cuenca, Ecuador, as she goes high up into the Andes Mountains in search of spiritual enlightenment. The retreat is called Gaia Sagrada, and people from all around the world find themselves here to find themselves. Guests appear from all corners of the earth to transform their lives, by drinking plant medicines, Ayahuasca and San Pedro, and hanging out with shaman who use these medicinal plants in their healing ceremonies. Meet Christine, the woman whose desire for planetary transformation has inspired the creation of one of the most successful shamanic retreats in the modern western world.
“Did you know that children are being enslaved and sold for sex in YOUR city and 80% of these girls, average age 12-14, are American?
Enter the HealthZone as StaciJoy exposes the modern tragedy of human sex trafficking in America today. This episode features Kathrine Lee, founder of Pure Hope Foundation and Jenny Williamson, founder and CEO of Courage Worldwide.
Allow yourself to become outraged and mobilize into action. Together we can eradicate this problem right out of your town.”