BHM Day 29: Black OUR Story!

We're coming to the end of ‘Black His-story Month’, and I haven't even mentioned any of our great heroes and sheroes, past and present! My calling is around Religion vs African Spirituality, Sex & Spirituality, and Subconscious Programming. While writing this series, each morning I had no idea what I was going to write about … Continue reading BHM Day 29: Black OUR Story!

BHM Day 28: All Souls (Halloween) 💀👻 🎃

Most people associate Halloween with Trick or Treat, dressing up in Goulish costume, and pumpkins. But what is the true meaning of Halloween? Today we will look into its HISTORY, and why it's the best time to contact your ancestors.💀 What Does 'Halloween' Mean? Hallow — or 'holy person' — refers to the saints celebrated … Continue reading BHM Day 28: All Souls (Halloween) 💀👻 🎃

BHM Day 27: The Unprotected Black Woman

Something happened yesterday that inspired today's post, which is also a follow-on from yesterday's post. I received a WhatsApp message from a brother I know in Ghana. He had received a message from a sister in the UK saying "Cezanne has mental health issues after stealing people's money in Gambia..." I contacted her direct, and … Continue reading BHM Day 27: The Unprotected Black Woman

BHM Day 26: I Met God…She’s Black!

It seems like everyone else knows this apart from us! So here it is from a white woman: https://youtu.be/5EshmOpV8Ww While we've been busy worshipping a white saviour, others are either worshipping deities that look like them, or are worshipping the Divine Mother, Gaia (Mother Earth/Nature). Just as we are spiritual beings in an earthly body, … Continue reading BHM Day 26: I Met God…She’s Black!

BHM Day 25: Who is The Black Woman?

Dr. James Emmanuel Kwegyir Aggrey (Oct 1875-July 1927), a trained missionary and teacher, said “The surest way to keep people down is to educate the men and neglect the women. If you educate a man you simply educate an individual, but if you educate a woman, you educate a whole nation.” His face appears on … Continue reading BHM Day 25: Who is The Black Woman?

BHM Day 24: Ancestral Trauma and Our Relationships

I had a rude ‘Awakening’ yesterday at the African Spiritual Practices event, where I was volunteering. I met a sister there who I hadn't seen in a while. She has a special gift and unique way of helping others spiritually which some people (including myself) may not fully innerstand. During a Chi'gong session, people were … Continue reading BHM Day 24: Ancestral Trauma and Our Relationships