Razi Berry

Healing Happens Within | Razi Berry

Making the Maven Episode 130: Where does healing really come from?

 

Razi Berry is the Co-Founder of Naturopathic Doctor News & Review (NDNR) and Founder of NaturalPath. At 25 years old, Razi was sick and going from doctor to doctor trying to find out why. No one could help and it got so bad that she decided it was time to fire all of them and start fresh… and that’s how she found homeopathy. Razi Berry started NDNR 14 years ago when she was fed up that there wasn’t an official journal showing case studies of how, and why, homeopathy works. On today’s show, Razi discusses the difference between a community and a movement, where she sees the wellness industry going, and why healing happens within yourself.

Key Insights & Aha Moments

 

*Thank you, Jessica, for your awesome review!

*Razi Berry starts her morning every day by hugging a tree in her yard.

*Razi used to look at her phone every morning instead and it really set a bad tone for her.

*Tree hugging isn’t some ‘woowoo’ thing. There’s actually real science behind this.

*Was Razi always like this as a child? How did she get started as a homeopath?

*Where does healing really come from? It doesn’t come from the doctor.

*Healing happens within.

*Why did Razi decide to start NDNR?

*With so much information out there, people are very distrustful (and with good reason). It’s more critical than ever to understand what motivates someone into taking action.

*Razi is not just creating a community, she’s creating a movement. What’s the difference between creating a community vs. creating a movement?

*What’s Razi’s movement about?

*Razi discusses some of her fears about Western medicine overtaking traditional/natural medicine.

*Razi has a gift for you!! Stay until the end to hear what that is.

 

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