A Key Ingredient for Healing

From Bob Marley to Thich Nhat Hanh and Letta Mbulu to Sonia Choquette, the consensus is clear—love heals. So it’s not so surprising that our bodies are endowed with the ability to produce a “love” hormone called oxytocin, one of four feel-good hormones according to Johns Hopkins University and Harvard Health Publishing. Harvard says, “Oxytocin can help us bond with loved ones and can be released through touch, music, and exercise.” No doubt that hugging is therapeutic.

About love, Dr. Sebi once said, “My ancestors afforded me the one thing that the world needs most today, love and compassion.”

This month, Dr. Sebi’s birth month, in the second of four remembrance videos, Adio Akil remembers Dr. Sebi as a healer who loved, and loved deeply.

Adio Akil

Dr. Sebi speaks of love, including romantic love, in the following publications:

Sojourn to Honduras Sojourn to Healing


Seven Days in Usha Village: A Conversation with Dr. Sebi


Dr. Sebi Speaks of Dembali


Alfredo Bowman (Dr. Sebi)

Author: jbdavidcommunications

Creative Artist, that's me. How do I define that? Writer/Editor, Voiceover Artist, Audio/Video Producer (a skill I'm constantly improving), Content Strategist (purposing public affairs content, images, and audio that, for the most part, concern natural health and food). I'm a die-hard fan of the natural healer Dr. Sebi. My interests include music, movies, theater, documentaries, hikes (especially along the Pacific Ocean), cooking, and reading biographies and the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh. JBDavid Communications pays homage to the work ethic and love of life of David Jesse Brown Oliver, my father.

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