The idea of a modern-day “healer” may conjure up visions of a storefront psychic’s neon sign, but the practice has been in existence in cultures around the world for thousands of years.
Chloe Garcia Ponce of Brooklyn bases her healing and herbalism practice on teachings from Mayan culture and her Cherokee grandmother. She works with eggs, rolling one on a person’s body while reciting prayers, then breaking the egg into a glass of water to “read” it.
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