Scosha Loves — Deborah Hanekamp
February 23, 2017
Deborah Hanekamp, a seeress and medicine woman, carries over 15 years in the healing arts as an Initiated Amazonian Curendara, Reiki Master and Yogini. She holds medicine readings that are intended to bring balance and harmony back into the lives of her clients.
What does traveling mean to you?
Traveling connects me to the vastness of my own soul. By visiting Earth's many sacred places I feed my own energy, learning from what the spirits of each place I go to are willing to share with me.
Who has been the most important guide in your life?
My daughter Munay, (her name is the Quechua word for love pronounce moon-eye) because she has taught me the power of unconditional love.
What has been your best adventure?
Most recently, the magnificent island of Kauai. Instead of a bog wedding my husband, daughter and I went to kauai to celebrate our one year wedding anniversary. We traveled to all the different sacred sites around the island and aligned our energy with it's magic.
What are you always sure to collect while traveling?
Sacred Waters because we can transform and unify the energy within us and around us by unifying the waters of the world. I collect spring water from sacred places, use it in medicine reading ceremonies, drink it and pour it into any water sources I come into contact with.
A favorite quote?
"let the beauty we love be what we do" – Rumi
What's a place you dream of one day visiting?
What is your favorite SCOSHA piece?
Follow Deborah on Instagram — @mamamedicine