How It Works

Energy medicine and alternative healing remedies are practiced by a variety of people and encompasses themes found in African, Native American, European, and Indian spiritual traditions, many which employ nature, the elements, the universe, and the power from within to produce change.

Energy medicine and alternative healing remedies are practiced by a variety of people and encompasses themes found in African, Native American, European, Indian, and other spiritual traditions, many which employ nature, the elements, the universe, and the power from within to produce change.

RootMojo utilizes energy healing and botanical medicine, combined with the power of prayer, to influence outcomes in the physical and social world.  A combination of medical aids, such as powders, natural herbs, roots, plants, curios, minerals, and waters may be used to promote wellness and an improved mind-body-spirit connection, to restore life balance and flow.

Historically, natural remedies and medicine bags were commonly used by a variety of people, such as Shamans and Native Americans, to employ nature, the elements, the universe, and the power from within to produce change.  Spiritual medicine predates the use of drugs, radiation, or surgery that is so commonly used today. This influence over the years has spread to both the Eastern and Western world.  Medicines made from roots and herbs are familiar practices in African, Native American, and Indian daily life, also being found among other ethnicities, spiritual traditions, and practices.

It has been a long-standing tradition for members of a community to seek the aid of the village medicine man or woman when faced with a difficult situation, or to bring about a desired change in their circumstances.  Alternative healers aren’t just products of Hollywood imagination.  Healers in ancient societies invoked spiritual force, asking Spirits for aid, and used their knowledge of plants and animal powers to cure others.

Shamanic Healers often fill the gap to cure what cannot be met by practitioners of other disciplines, such as physicians of conventional medicine, psychiatrists, pastors, and leaders.

A major part of the appeal to alternative practices and remedies lies in the fact that it is practical, non-dogmatic, and natural.   It empowers the patient to take control of their own fate rather than placing power in the sole hands of deities or religious leaders like pastors or priests.  Nonetheless, it is important that practitioners always appreciate this power; remembering that the ability to produce change in the physical world is a gift that should never be taken for granted.  It is a blessing that this gift is able to manifest in the world around them and they
should use it to ultimately help others.
Integrative health and energy medicine doctors of today play the same role that Shamans of ancient traditions and cultures have in the past.  Regardless of a person’s background or beliefs, the energy healing embraces them- healing is universal.