Kimberly Hardick is a yoga teacher and body worker who has helped others find their true alignment for years. Since her children have grown and she left an unsatisfying marriage, Kimberly has been using those skills, and other non-traditional ways of healing, in her own life.
She is a proponent of plant-based remedies. “I was on anti-depressants for sixteen years. They are short-term drugs that create long-term dependencies.” She spent a week in Costa Rica for a series of Iboga treatments to wean off the drugs. “I woke up feeling like I was in a Eckert Tolle book.” The treatments were successful.
There are many plant-based treatments that are illegal in the U.S, largely because drug companies lobby to keep them out. “Ethiogenics have been found effective for PTSD, but you have to go to Mexico.” Most recently she and her boyfriend Ron are exploring Ayahuasca, a Peruvian plant that creates DNT to enhance the spirit, and the spiritual sexual energy of Quodoushka.
“I started yoga fourteen years ago, as a conservative Christian. I’m not that any more. I am doing unconventional ways of healing.” Kimberly was born in 1962. “As a child I watched the hippies and always wanted to be a hippie. Now, I’m living as a hippie. I am letting go of this idea that I have to be true to anything but myself. Accept and allow has become my new motto. When we reject, suffering follows.”
How will we live tomorrow?
“I know how I’m not going to live my life. I’m not going to let fear drive me. I’m grateful that I don’t have to work. I only have one opportunity in this body so I want to make the most of it. I’m living my life for me. I’m learning a lot from my children. They don’t live for me; I don’t have to work for them.”