Woman Of The Wise - The Sacred Hustle (Week 6)
Welcome Women of The Wise Week 6
What is our Sacred Sangha?
It is a circle where we will grow, learn and be raw and real together.
Agreeing to maintain full confidentiality, we create a space where we can attend in privacy and caring and collectively openly discuss our thoughts within the circle. We will all contribute positively, and keep each other supported together integrating empathy and compassion and building our self-confidence, creating an alchemy in our Sangha.
Let’s take a little time to ponder over these powerful questions and how can we reflect and answer with gratitude for ourselves and where and how far we have come in our life.
- My Lessons
- My Strengths
- My Courage
- My Willingness
Turning our wounds into wisdom and alchemizing into peace with a loving heart.
Let’s share with our Sangha our Lessons, our strengths, your courage and your willingness to grow and let go.
Let us talk a little about the power of fermented foods and the POWER they hold. It has been said our gut is our second brain! Fermented foods are a powerhouse food!
Fermented foods are made up of acid-loving bacteria that survives the stomach acid, well boosting it naturally. Long term continual use of fermented foods will help rebalance stomach acid and peristalsis function well eradicating the body’s need for candida. Fermented liquid foods are very heigh in enzymatic power. Natural probiotics also strengthens your immune system. I will show you how easy and effortless it is to ferment your own foods, and your body will love you for it.
The preparation takes less then 10 minutes and that’s it! This is when the fermenting process begins and depending on the food/drink it can take anywhere between 3-21.
When you start consuming fermented foods go slow you will want to start healing your body slowly and lovingly. You will start to see the results and health improvements right away!
Improving mood and digestion within just a few weeks! Fermented foods help with healing and boosting your life force, lowering inflammation and nutrient repletion.
So let’s love our scoby and ferment and make Kombucha! A golden liquid and see the benefits!
If you’re feeling a little adventurous here are 2 easy recipes:
1. Dill Pickles
By: Fully Fermented Brittany Auerbach
Here is a starter kit I have used:
Much Love and Peace your way!