BALLARAT TEXTILE RECYCLING AND AUSTRALIAN ECO-ARTIST LEAH JUSTYCE BVA
Hello Beautiful World!
My name is Leah Justyce BVA and I am a woman on a mission. That mission is to spread awareness about the impact that our waste has on our universe. As that awareness branches out we all become part of a huge family that all do our part in creating a healthy world for generations to come.
However, it is so much more than just what you do when you throw something you once owned or being aware of what you spend your money on, it is a like the circle of life and the little paths that lead off that circle that creates a life. We have been conditioned for many years to not really look deep into anything that we do, that most of everything that we do is just like a Linear Economy. We buy something and throw it away when it no longer serves us. You can look at that in nearly every aspect of our lives, look at relationships for example, and I am meaning any relationship not just personal ones, business for example. When that relationship is past it's used by date many people often just move on really quickly and replace that with the latest trend. They just throw it away, there is not often much thought to the process that created that relationship in the first place, the impacts that relationship had on those in it or others it impacted. We lived in a throw away society for many years, and that interweaves it's way into all aspects of our lives.
I got to this point in my life because our lives are a mass connection to absolutely everything else in this universe. Far beyond our planet. We are all part of existence and my lessons have all come together to create Ballarat Textile Recycling. On the surface, people see it as a place where they can finally donate fabrics, furniture and home wares that were otherwise just thrown out, as there are not many other services that can take them. However, it is so much deeper than that. Just to highlight a point beyond reducing landfill waste. Cleaning out your home can reduce mental health issues that are associated with homes filled with clutter. Making space in your cupboards of unused items cleanses your home, your energy and your subconscious.
My story is one that I started to vlog in 2017. I vlogged my journey on my YouTube channel for a few years then as my healing turned from myself to the planet my attention was put more on need to grow on a level that was beyond just helping others heal their mental health issues through my experiences as inspiration to change. I am someone who spent years hiding from what my soul was put here to do, this caused me to deal with a lifetime of depression and anxiety, as I was always trying to live this life as others dictated to me as opposed to what I desired. When I found love for myself and for my soul I then was able to heal the world on a mass scale. This business came about by connections in my life, and if I did not live the life that I have then I would not have come up with this business and the massive changes that will come about from starting Ballarat Textile Recycling.
I will end this little cryptic post I am a woman on a mission. That mission is to spread awareness about the impact that our waste has on our universe. As that awareness branches out we all become part of a huge family that all do our part in creating a healthy world for generations to come.ollow you will feel complete. As Steve Jobs says "The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.”