What Color Is Your Medicine?

Narrated by: Regina Powers
Length: 4 hrs and 20 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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After a variety of adventures, triumphs, and tragedies, Regina went exploring to find the deeper meaning of life. What she discovered - how to tap into our deepest truths and awaken the healing power within us - is the subject of this amazing book.  

Regina is a Western-trained practitioner, which blends both her Eastern and Western training. This book is a journey with the five elements of Chinese medicine and sprinkled in are cases and experiences of the ways in which Regina sees and works with people. The healing of our emotional and physical bodies by way of our connection to the Earth and the opening to spirit is the primary message of the book.  

After losing everything in the Nor CAL fires in October 2017 - this Element became the catalyst she needed to write. This is Regina’s first book which came through her in less than two months time. She has always had a constant yearning to share how she works with people in order to learn, heal and grow, although to write a book in “English” - a language that never felt natural - was a bit of a stretch. Energy has always been her first language of choice.  

If you want to live a life of meaning and purpose and attain optimum health while being connected with the five elements so richly abundant on our Earth and in our bodies, this is the book for you! Regina is a wise woman and a wayshower - this book is a gift from her heart to yours.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio. 

©2018 Regina Powers (P)2019 Regina Powers

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I'm sure I will be listening to this many times over. Regina's voice is calming and pleasant to listen to. Her stories are not only interesting, well said and easy to envision and empathize with, but also help create a better understanding of how the 5 elements influence my own health, allowing me to "self diagnose" some of my balances and imbalances within myself. I look forward to applying her recommendations given at the end of the book and carry on with a happier and healthier life ahead. Thank you, Regina, for sharing!

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My Life at a New Level

I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Powers during physicals at our fire department. Our region had been hit hard by the fires of 2017 and again in 2019. The Community put a lot of trust in us as first responders and wanting us to help them prepare for the next Emergency. When I met Dr. Powers, I was at a very low point. I was tired, in pain, overworked and negative. I was looking to heal myself by meditation, working out, yoga or whatever the resiliency flavor of the day was. As I sat in the training room on the exam table, Dr. Powers came over to me and she was so relaxing and calm. She must have felt my pain because she asked all the right questions. At some point she put her hand on my heart and tears started to flow. Something we don’t show in the fire service. She had lost her home in the 2017 fires and it seemed like she was supposed to be there to help us. She had mentioned her book and talked about pain and healing. Once I was finished with the exam, I walked to my office and downloaded the audible version of the book. It made sense and now I have direction. I know how to begin to listen to my body, notice signs, relate color and enjoy the healing. I highly recommend this book for better health and well being. She starts at the core and works out, and ties it all back to the 5 elements. Also, I would recommend it as an audio book because she is the narrator and you can listen to her calming voice and she tells the stories with feeling and compassion.

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Very Optimistic and Joyful Outlook

'What Color Is Your Medice' is a testament to Regina's spiritual journey and awakening to the magic of the natural world. Her vast experience in Western Medicine as a nurse practitioner delivers credibility to her beliefs and philosophies in relation to the five elements of traditional Chinese medicine. Using allegories and observations, Regina relates our life/health to the balances of these five elements. Regina conveys a very optimistic and joyful outlook. I highly recommend.

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Hippy Dippy BS

Listened to this book for book club. I thought we would to learn about alternative medicine and traditional Chinese medicine but I was incorrect. This book is not based on any science, it is the author's LECTURES on her perceived spiritual gifts with non-compelling examples. She briefly touched on the five elements and then would wonder off to her experiences which were unconvincing. Sorry I wasted an audible credit. Best thing about this book was that it was short.