Mulberry Mudd

Celebrating the Wild Heart of Wholeness


A Journey to the Wild Heart of Wholeness

“Once upon a time, when women were birds, there was the simple understanding that to sing at dawn and to sing at dusk was to heal the world through joy. The birds still remember what we have forgotten, that the world is meant to be celebrated.” 

Terry Tempest Williams


Making Medicine

Rebekah Dawn (hereafter referred to as "I") has been looking closely at the world for many years.  As a psychology student I looked at people, at circumstances and the depths of the human heart.  So disillusioned with the windowless rooms where misery was poured out and swam in...I turned to what my heart told me: Medicine is all around you. It is woven into the fabric of the world.  All living things are medicine.  I left home to study with Susun Weed who taught me more completely the truth of this, about the plants and their medicine.  I became an herbalist, helping my family and friends, neighbors and sometimes strangers with common and frustrating health concerns. I began to teach others the plants that grow voluntarily around us, how they can be used as food, and as medicine.  How to use the spices in their cooking pantry, this too is strong medicine.  Our family established a little botanical sanctuary and my love made a labyrinth in our gardens.  

 

The medicine we offer comes in a number of forms.

These sculptures and paintings are a celebration of life and a yearning to go deeper into the depths of the human heart.  The cultivation of gratitude is central.  

I am also working as a death doula, helping people as they take inventory and prepare for the final labor.

 

 

Labyrinth Gardens

My studio is located on 42 acres of sacred land.  Here we hold weekly Friend's Meeting, Quaker worship, a silent gathering where we open our hearts together and sit in the light, followed by fellowship and sharing.  

 

I also teach herbal medicine making classes.  Volunteer oportunities are available throughout the growing season, come and learn along side as we plant, cultivate and harvest many herbal medicines and foods. A 9 week apprentice course is available in the summer. 

 

Walking the Labyrinth End of Life planning, we can help you navigate your end of life in a positive and life affirming way. Phone consults are available for those who live out of our area. Personal visits and respite care are available to those who are local.  

 

 

To contact us for any reason call 618-326-7424

 


 
Sometimes a heart has to be broken to be opened.
 

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