Donna Peet Otte N.D., Creator, owner and manager of "Quest for Health" a holistic alternative health care consulting business. I have been working as a Certified Natural Health Consultant for over twenty two years, and incorporating many different modalities for healing, including: iridology, herbalism, muscle testing, constitutional analysis and much more. I have completed my Naturopathic studies, Master’s Degree in Holistic Nutrition, Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts, California State University Fullerton, CA, and am presently working on my Ph.D. with Clayton College, Al. I have also had the honor to have studied with Steven Horne, AHG, from Tree of Light Institute for over 20 years.
Personal consultations provide an assessment of the client needs and issues related to nutrition, lifestyle planning, overall health and spiritual and psychological awareness. One of my most unique interests is the concept of “oracular thinking,” a method of intuition designed to catalyze self-knowledge through interaction with numerous symbol systems layered into an “oracular field,” a diagram that illustrates the harmonious relationships between various symbol systems that have been used through the ages as ways of knowing. This “unified field theory” of symbols combines the essence of Astrology, Lunation Cycles, The Cosmology of the Four Elements, I Ching, Tarot and many other ancient symbol systems, graphically illustrating their common elements and themes. I offer personal consultations using this methodology, and am presently working on a book and a deck of cards with the WISE Women, describing the ideas in this area.
I LOVE MY HERBS….Independent Distributor of Nature’s Sunshine Products, author of "Well, What Can I Eat," a cookbook in quest for better health and also co-creator and member of WISE, Women Intuitively Seeking Enlightenment.
I produce and coordinate the Southern California Women’s Herbal Symposium, (SCWHS), as well as many other alternative healing retreats and events. My passion is about helping people help themselves through sharing and works on developing creative ways to communicate new projects and educational themes.