"Prepare for the worst, but expect the best"
I keep getting this hit that carrying a modern medicine bag is a good idea. Maybe I was a medicine man in a previous life...
So I came up with some ideas. Below is some things that healers might carry, as well as anyone who values their ability to maintain a high level of self-care.
Of course it would be best customized to you. This is a bag you might carry on you, or have in your car...
Rescue Remedy - I once revived a guy at a party who was unconscious, by wetting his lips with Rescue Remedy. RR makes us more present and calm, and is often taken by performers before a show. It has ended depression and reduced anxiety for me on a number of occasions.
CBD oil or Vape - for pain or panic, won't get you high. I have helped people end back and muscle pain several times by giving a half dropper or so - inflammation goes down and things relax. CBD is amazing stuff.
A Basic Homeopathic Kit - Homeo is simple, profound, and effective energy medicine, with remedies made from things in nature. And there is a homeopathic for pretty much everything, from fatigue to allergies. A friend of mine had a biking accident one summer, he took Arnica and said, "I have never healed so fast".
An Etheric Weaver - an essential healing tool, also to ward off evil spirits... I once ended a woman's chronic pain by giving her a healing right there in a cafe. Her wrist had been broken and was not healing and it was painful and chronically inflamed. 20 min later she was in tears, pain free and thanking me. True story. One of many.
A Few More Ideas
A protein rich snack - nuts work great, or maybe protein powder pouches. To ward off sugar cravings.
Stevia drops - to sweeten a drink without going for aspartame or sucralose
Pill Case - with the supplements that you are taking often
Loonies - for sharing with the homeless. Makes you feel good and they appreciate it!
Sunglasses or Blue Blockers - blue blockers for evening computer work
Swiss Army/Cool Tool - especially if you are a biker or hiker
Ear plugs - for spontaneous napping or meditating on public transit
If you are also self-employed, you might want to carry business cards, tri-folds, and a little device called Square on you as well.
What's in YOUR grab and go bag? Anything good I missed?