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Daily Inspiration: Meet Bridgett Davis

Today we’d like to introduce you to Bridgett Davis.

Hi Bridgett, it’s an honor to have you on the platform. Thanks for taking the time to share your story with us – to start maybe you can share some of your backstory with our readers?
I’m a Spirtupreneur and I perform healing work and hold spaces for healing and for women’s restoration. My work is done under the branches of Big Momma’s Legacy where I offer topical medicinal cannabis products; and through my second brand, Sista Alchemist where I use intentional medicine to help heal and restore clients on a spiritual and celestial level. My restoration healing aids in the ascension of oneself. I believe in the use of natural elements such as herbs, stones, also known as crystal healing therapies, and I use oils in my healing work. I use the oils for balancing the chakras and helping women to be aligned within themselves and tap into the divinity within. I’ve recently launched a healing oil line offering my chakra balancing oils to encourage women (and men) to take initiative and become more involved in their self-healing.

Alright, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
The obstacle that we are facing right now is finding a safe community space where we can meet twice a month for our traveling meditation circles. The season is changing and it’s getting colder now, the weather is changing on us, so we’re searching for an affordable place where we can meet indoors to gather and collectively work together through our healing.

Alright, so let’s switch gears a bit and talk business. What should we know about your work?
The traveling meditation circles that we hold follow the moon cycles, particularly the new moon and the full moon. I believe as women, we are connected to the 28-day moon cycle, which like our bodies, mirrors that lunar shift. So, our collective work centers around helping women to tap into that energy and to come to a greater understanding of self by connecting to the natural elements of life. We invite men and encourage men into these traveling circles as well because men need healing spaces too! So they are always welcome into the traveling meditation circles. Currently, we meet at Ladera Park, we prefer the natural settings, and this is where we’ve been hosting our circles for about a month now. We seem to get a lot of responses when we meet in that park, but we are open to other spaces to reach more people because these are, again, traveling meditation circles.

Our travel meditation circles are 2-hours in duration, and we hold one session a day. The first hour is spent honoring silence in meditation. We encourage the yogis (new and experienced) to bring in their crystals, tarot cards and spend their time connecting with the elements and Mother Earth. The last hour is broken up into two-30 minutes segments. The first 30 minutes is used for sharing and communicating, it’s a spiritual exchange where everyone is putting down their capes and allowing themselves to just be human. We’re all just having that experience and we do that twice a month. In the second segment (30 minutes) we offer teas and we have certain vendors that come to share their products; we have one vendor, a regular, that sells these great handbound journals! So we just give the community the time and space to be able to collect themselves twice a month.

Additionally, in my work, I also offer “Recovery Coaching and Mentoring” for women who are working through their sobriety. I am a recovering alcoholic, I have seven years of rehabilitation under my belt, so I am here to offer support services to women, especially during the holiday seasons. The women that reach out for these services may need someone to discreetly support them at various functions and through activities where the temptation to indulge may be present. AS it is with the other services, it’s all gathered around healing. It’s [healing is always the major] part of our work.

Can you talk to us a bit about the role of luck?
I wouldn’t call it luck, at least not for me, luck for me is all that I have been through and being able to stand here today as a healed vessel. I believe it’s deeper than luck. For me, “luck is” the chosen path that I am aligned with. This is the year that I am headed toward 50, so for me the “role of luck” in the equation of my life is being in this divine energy and space during this time. It isn’t luck for me, it’s destiny; it’s where I am supposed to be. It’s understanding who I am. On the road to 50, there’s no luck…luck at this stage is hard work, discipline, trials and errors, self-acceptance…acceptance of all that stuff that’s brought me here to this point. I’ve completely accepted myself and my life as it is. The “role of luck”, for me, if luck is a thing, was that I preserved, I’m resilient, I’m right where I am supposed to be.


  • Root Chakra Oil. $18.00
  • Sacral Chakra Oil $18.00
  • Solar Plexus Chakra Oil $18.00
  • Heart Chakra Oil $18.00
  • Throat Chakra Oil $18.00

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Photo Credit Jessica Mc Cready

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