Louisa Seton — A Wild and Dangerous African Upbringing, Sacred Female Photography, Embodiment, Loving Yourself and More – #20

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by Ellie Goode

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Louisa Seton

Louisa Seton negotiated situations with armed tribes in Africa.

Some of them were holding AK-47s.

Growing up in Nairobi, Kenya, Louisa saw a whole side to life that most of us don’t.

\And she fell in love with photographing indigenous and African cultures and tribes.

Especially the women — many of whom are forced to go through female circumcision (even though it’s illegal).

Imagine having zero pleasure during sex.

Being physically mutilated.

It’s horrific.

And yet – these African women are so strong.


And courageous.

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Louisa Seton is a world-renowned photographer featured in Vogue, Daily Mail, and various publications around the world.

Her photography is nothing short of incredible.

Over the last few years, Louisa has been offering sacred feminine photography shoots in Australia.

She helps women overcome their body insecurities and find confidence within.

Letting go of perfectionism.

And embracing who you are.

This was an incredible, inspiring episode – click the play button right now…

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