Mallika Bush, LMFT

Re-member Your Wild Roots

Reclaim Your Wholeness

It's time to call together your grandmothers, your ancient, ancestral wisdom keepers,
connecting to the intertwined relationships of all beings.

When you belong to the places and people you come from, you can fully belong to this life, this moment.  

Get the tools to embody and connect to the wisdom that lives in your bones.
The tools of The Wild and Wise help you:
Re-member the wisdom of your ancestors

Reclaim your connection to The Wild

Embrace and work with non-dual primal source

Re-wild your intuition

Live by your values and ethos
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cornerstones of the wild and wise process:

True wellness is relational. We cannot live alone. We cannot heal alone.

Healing and maturation is an ever emerging process. We are neither perfect, nor incomplete. 

The world around you in a mirror of what is inside. Doing your inner work is not selfish. As your inner landscape matures and evolves, the collective consciousness reflects that. 
The patterns of growth and biological intelligence that are found in the sacred Wild inform our own processes.

The ability to be with difference increases understanding of self and others, leading to greater equality, connection and wellness.

Curious about the tools of 
The Wild and Wise?
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What is ritual?

Ritual can be the simplest of actions, or an ornate ceremony lasting days. Ritual helps us mark a transition or a desired change, a crossing of a threshold, a container for our emotions, honoring our grief and celebration, life and death. 
When we bring our consciousness to the action we are taking, our heart can help us intuitively set an intention for the action we are setting forth to do. 
Rituals honor the past, future and the present moment. 
I have studied ritual with a few different teachers and invite you to think of how ritual might support your life right now?