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Women are Natural Healers

'Because women have long been the guardians of life's wholesome practices, when we strengthen our health and spiritual power, we also strengthen the health
and wisdom of the men, children, and communities around us.' -Maya Tiwari

 
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Jack Kornfield

'We are the Beauty we've been seeking all our lives'

 
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'Ayurveda is like a Mother. She tends to you. 

Then, she teaches you how to tend to yourself.' 

 -Soulful Veda                                

Welcome to Wild Beauty Ayurveda!

I can feel the words Wild Beauty running through my blood and bones.

These very words inspire me to get out of bed each and every morning and become a seeker, a devotee to the Wild Beauty that lives within me and all around me. 

Ayurveda translates as Ayu-life, Veda-knowledge & wisdom.

Ayurveda is an invitation into understanding how to live a rhythmical and seasonal life. 

It is a roadmap into understanding the cosmic forces that exist within us and all around us,

and that we are Nature. 

Beauty is the closest thing I have come across that feels like God, Goddess, the Divine.

Beauty encompasses all things like nourishment, rest, Mother Nature, healing foods, wild medicines 

as well as our tears, grief and death.

Beauty is not excluded to only beautiful things.

Beauty is understanding all things contain Beauty if we are willing to open our field of perception.


Ayurveda and Herbalism are such powerful technologies to know about and cultivate in our daily lives. 

They guide and inform us on how to emulate nature and her ancient ways rather than resist or push up against. 

Women have an amazing capacity to understand this wisdom and there is a magical phenomenon that happens when Women feel nourished and supported. She will naturally want to nourish and support all of those around her. 

From the Vedic teachings; A famous Shloka from an Ancient Ayurvedic Text:

yatra nāryastu pūjyante ramante tatra devatāḥ।

yatraitāstu na pūjyante sarvāstatrāphalā: kriyā:॥

Translation:

Where women are honoured, divinity blossoms there.

And where they are Dishonoured, all actions remain unfruitful.

Thank you for being here, and I hope to create a safe, loving and nourishing world with you. 

Walking in Beauty, Angela Sarah

 
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Della Hicks-Wilson

‘Remember you are Sacred land. Choose your travelers wisely.’