Zahrah Sita is a holistic health coach and educator, with extensive training and experience in multiple modalities including Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture, Ayurveda, herbalism, nutrition, MesoAmerican and Amazonian ancestral and
entheogenic medicines, detoxification therapies, counseling and integration, and more.
Zahrah healed herself naturally of several serious health issues, including advanced stage cancer, and she now assists others on their journey to wellness through coaching and mentoring programs, personalized health programs, healing retreats and intensives, and educational platforms. With a great passion for natural healing and awakening of consciousness, Zahrah has dedicated herself to help create bridges connecting ancestral indigenous wisdom and traditions with the modern realm of healing, as well as creating educational material, events, and healing opportunities. Zahrah is also a professional writer, with her work featured in a number of
media sources. Her writing tends to focus on natural healing, spirituality, and indigenous wisdom.
She leads Sacred Cacao Ceremonies with a group called Mystic Heart Sacred Cacao Tribe, and is the founder and director of Mystic Heart Sacred Arts – an organization committed to assisting the collective awakening through
education, healing opportunities, the arts, ceremonies, and preservation of
indigenous cultures and ancestral wisdom.
THE INFLUENCE OF PLANTS ON HUMAN CONSCIOUSNESS
An intriguing exploration of the role of plants on human consciousness and the development of human civilization. How has our relationship and use of specific plants influenced our cultural beliefs and behaviors?
Scientists are now stepping forward with research that supports the theory that plants indeed have consciousness. To what level is their awareness and intention for communicating with human consciousness?
Psychoactive, entheogenic, and curative plants are making a comeback and once again humans are turning to these plants for healing, guidance, and transformation. What role have these plants played in our past, and how can we develop relationships with them that will assist us now and in the future?