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srisavitri

United StatesAshland, United States

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About Me: 

I am a vedic priest which is unusual for women! It is the oldest spiritual ceremony still being performed today (over 10,000 yrs. old.) This ceremony comes from India but is universal and contemporary in its application. I do these ceremonies (pujas) in absentia, and also do some for the community in which I live. It is a way to activate the qualities of the divine in a very powerful way, and use them to transform ourselves and the world. Most of the time, I work with the feminine divine energies.
I have been trained in the belief that "the nature of power is feminine" and am so happy to be introduced to this community! I desire to be more connected to global women's issues and find new ways to support this tremendous movement of changing the world through women.

My Passions: 
kayaking, volunteering on a care farm- where people, animals, and the earth work together for mutual healing. A care farm provides an ideal environment in which to learn and practice the art of care giving in a way that also transforms the caregiver.
My Challenges: 
Major health limitations (chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia)
My Vision for the Future: 
to work with a group of women in my city and find a project we can support together so we can effect positive change through group energy. I desire to see this planet healed, unified and transformed where all beings thrive and reflect their divine nature
My Areas of Expertise: 
vedic priest, quantum biofeedback, healing touch practitioner

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