Bel, a Bidjara woman, has an interesting story on how she began her journey as a Wayapa practitioner.
Before becoming an independent mum, Bel had been working in the transport, construction and mining industries for over a decade where it was clear to her that there was a massive gap between what was continually expected by production and quality standards and her comrade’s sustainable wellbeing. Though like many, didn’t believe she couldn’t make a difference and did nothing.
That was until the birth of her child, a person of her own to raise and become tomorrow’s promise for the future. During this time, Bel received her Calling to reconnect to Country and from this has not only embodied Wayapa into her and her family’s life but is also supporting others in their journey back to sovereignty and harmony with the environment by being involved in mentorship programs, youth groups, community services, online interviews, podcasts and radio.
By crafting tailored programs, Bel has a style that ranges from the High vis industry to Early Learning centres. She views all areas on where she takes her work as extremely important because her belief is that we are all connected and through this connection is where we all get to make a difference in the wellbeing of ourselves, future generations and the wonderful Mother Nature.
Being free-spirited and nomadic in her DNA, Bel finds time to always include adventure into her life, so should travel ever be required for your location, than it is encouraged to book in a yarn with Bel anyway to see on how Wayapa can be brought to you, You can easily find contact details on the Belgharvey.com link
A touching message from Bel, “It’s not about learning something new, it’s about remembering”
Until then, may light, love and blessings always surround you.