PART I: INTERVIEW HIGHLIGHTS
- You belong to a place.
- Everything’s alive and living at different speeds.
- My Goddess gave birth to your God.
- Karumpa – “The land breathes out, the trees breath in, the trees breathe out and the animals breath in, the animals breath out and the land breathes in.”
- The Goddess is not just sexy and glamorous.
- “Most of the ills in society are coming out of early childhood.”
- We need to bring skills and knowledge back into the community.
- Lifestyle + nutrition causes most infertility (more sleep + decreased stress).
- Majority of psychiatric symptoms are also symptoms of food allergies, intolerances, nutritional toxicities and deficiencies.
- If the Goddess is in your life and you’re listening to her, you’ll experience health, happiness, abundance!
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PART II: MEMBERS EXPERIENCE
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About the Guest:
Francis has had a lifelong fascination with health and wellbeing. Growing up in regional Australia and hearing of the advanced indigenous knowledge of herbal medicine from a mother who was a nurse, Francis fascination is with how people can claim and optimize their own health and wellbeing.
In the late 70’s Francis started volunteering with Queensland ambulance and has maintained constant contact with Health and medical systems wherever he goes. In the mid Nineties Francis began studying Health Science formally and obtained a degree in Health Science specializing in Public Health Nutrition and Epidemiology. This was followed up with studies in counseling, sleep science, positive psychology, Theta healing and education.
Running parallel to this research and study was a passionate commitment to supporting people to improve their own wellbeing and health literacy. Francis has run courses and workshops for groups ranging from, Special olympics, Parenting, Retirees, Aged care and Small to medium businesses. As a passionate feminist Francis believes that equality and equity are important factors in wellbeing and health. This can be improved by simple access to the knowledge and skills required to parent successfully.
Francis current business is offering health literacy education and training mainly in the parenting sector with a focus on health literacy knowledge and skills for parents of children up to age 7.