“There is no redemption big enough to make up for what has been done to the womb.” ~ Mallence Bart-Williams
EPISODE 24 – MALLENCE BART-WILLIAMS ON PATRIARCHY, ANCESTRY AND THE WOMB
CLEANSING THE CRUCIBLE OF CREATION
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About this interview:
How can we heal the feminine in our world from the inside out?
In this episode Amisha shares an intimate moment with multidisciplinary creative and social entrepreneur Mallence Bart-Williams. Mallence is responsible for bringing to the West an ancient rejuvenation, wellness and holistic beauty tool that was originally reserved only for Eastern royalty and their concubines.
Working in partnership with the royal family of a tiny hidden kingdom in the Asian archipelago, Mallence has preserved an ancient alchemical and biodynamic production process, enabling the Secret Ceres to be brought to women across the world, without losing its potency or damaging the fragile ecosystems from which it originates.
She tells of her first encounter with the product when it was brought to her by a friend, who had ventured deep into the jungle off beaten paths. She was so blown away that she set off on a quest to track down the people who made it and find out more. Now this product is saving women in the Western world from hysterectomy and vaginal infections whilst also transforming the health and vitality of their whole bodies.
Together Mallence and Amisha speak about how we engage with our wombs today. They go back to the monstrous origins of modern gynaecology and discuss the patriarchal attitudes and assumptions in medical science that harm our connection to our feminine centre. They speak of the intelligence of the womb and of the patterns and codes we inherit from our grandmothers.
She speaks about growing up as a woman of colour, with the legacy of African queens and German mass murderers running through her veins, about owning and integrating ancestral trauma and coming into right relation with the feminine inside and outside of ourselves.
“If every woman understood the value that she carries in her centre, every woman would be running around with bodyguards in this society” ~ Mallence Bart-Williams
Mallence Bart-Williams is a Sierra Leonean – German multi-facetted social entrepreneur: Publishing, film, fashion, Ayurveda, writing and philanthropy are among her professional repertoire. Mallence pursued her studies in economics and finance in Paris, Singapore and Great Britain. Today she lives across the globe, is involved in various start-ups on the African continent and produces a holistic body care line in Asia, with the special focus of womb wellness. Mallence is the founder and creative director of the Freetown-based creative collective FOLORUNSHO, a ‘SHARITY’ that has taken homeless youth off the streets into school by harnessing their creativity, without a single cent in donations. In 2017 Mallence founded the FREETOWN FLOOD EDUCATIONAL FUND, which provides education to 99 orphaned survivors of 2017’s flood and mudslide in Sierra Leone. As a thought provoking critic her key-notes during conferences at Ted x Berlin, University of Oxford, University of St. Gallen and the University of Namibia among others, stir conversations about social justice and challenge the common status quo. Due to her cross-cultural roots she perceives herself as a bridge connecting two vastly different worlds. Her diverse background enables her to see creative solutions to common problems amid cultural contrast.
To find out more about Mallence, visit her instagram @mallence
To connect or work with Amisha Ghadiali, visit www.amisha.co.uk
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