Queen Afua is a holistic health practitioner, wellness coach, and author. She has devoted her life to educating others on understanding the power of food, self-care, and holistic health as an empowering lifestyle.
But one of her most important contributions lies within her “Sacred Woman” work.
Queen Afua wrote ”Sacred Woman: A Guide to Healing the Feminine Body, Mind, and Spirit.” This book is the Black holistic health bible.
The book is a mix of meditations, plant-based medicines, womb rituals, rights of passage, affirmations, movement exercises, and numerous healing ingredients and spiritual wisdom.
More than anything, the book is meant to be a source for ancestral and intergenerational healing.
Throughout her career Queen Afua has inspired over a million readers (and counting) all over the world.
Her work is important because it reminds us that our spiritual health is directly tied to our health and wellness.
We can’t be as fully spiritually grounded as we would like if our holistic care is out of alignment. Start each week by making a list of 3-5 care practices you’ll do that week.
Example: hydrate, stretch, meditate, take vitamins, and get 9 hours of sleep. And then follow through, completing as many on your list as you can.
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