eye-sen fah-rag is an indigenous medicine person of egyptian-amazigh (berber), moinyaang (dinka), and kuku-bari heritage. over the last decade, aysen has focused on working with plant medicines from her ancestral lineage, while also developing a relationship to the land of her current residence on turtle island. she has been working diligently to revive her ancestors old traditions and sacred ceremonies that were lost due to colonialism, and offers support and mentorship to others wanting to deepen into their own ancestral traditions, whether known to them or not. In addition, she is a mother, a writer, and ceremonial healer.
aysen’s greatest dream is to redefine the narratives of african indigenous and diasporic people with the beauty, wisdom, and grace that they deserve. she believes that the root of reclaiming one’s power is through understanding the true power of language and storytelling, and giving voice to your deepest truth.
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