Mind Control is REAL!

In 2002, I wrote a fearless letter to God which changed the course of my her-story. Up until that point, I walked closely with the Lord, spending quality time at home developing our relationship by reading His Word, praying, singing praise songs, and sitting in the silence waiting to hear back from Him. I could … Continue reading Mind Control is REAL!

Are you starting to feel SAD? (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

The clocks have gone back, which means shorter days, longer nights, and even less sunlight!  The lack of sun can have an adverse effect on our mental wellbeing, because the pigment in our skin (known as MELANIN) needs the UV rays of the sun to function properly.  If we don't get enough sunlight we may … Continue reading Are you starting to feel SAD? (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

My Presentation: Let’s Build a Village! (Gambia)

When I returned from my first trip to the Gambia in March, I did a Presentation to encourage my people to  buy land together to build a commUNITY village; this was based upon a premonition I'd had in 2015, that in 5 years time (2020) my people would be fleeing England and America;  I thought "they're … Continue reading My Presentation: Let’s Build a Village! (Gambia)

Build Your Own WAKANDA!

I was eager to go and see the film 'Black Panther' on my return from the Gambia, but I have to admit, I couldn't see what all the big fuss was about! Perhaps, it's a downfall of having your third eye wide open, but I saw things for what they really were, not all the … Continue reading Build Your Own WAKANDA!

Time to Plant Your Seeds!

According to the Law of Nature, 'you reap what you sow'.  You can't plant an apple seed and expect to harvest an orange. If you want more LOVE, plant Seeds of Love; start by filling your Self with Love, so you will radiate love and become a LOVE MAGNET.  Then spread the love you feel inside … Continue reading Time to Plant Your Seeds!

What is YOUR Subconscious Programming? (Part 3)

Ok, let’s use another metaphor; think of your subconscious mind as a computer; a computer runs on a PROGRAM, or on various programs.  Until it’s programmed, it can do nothing.  A young child’s mind is like an un-programmed computer. While I was going through the process of figuring out my mind in order to get it … Continue reading What is YOUR Subconscious Programming? (Part 3)

Unspoken Art Exhibition and Self Love Retreat Taster Workshop @ Katakata Brixton

Join me for the Art Exhibition Launch and Taster Workshop @ Katakata! The last 3 paintings from my collection 'Nature's Art' will be in a joint exhibition at Katakata, a lovely vegan restaurant and art space on Brixton Hill!   'Self Love', 'Blue Lotus' and 'Black Orchid' will be on sale, and you'll also be able to … Continue reading Unspoken Art Exhibition and Self Love Retreat Taster Workshop @ Katakata Brixton

Join me to Discuss ‘Journey of a Sister’ @ Hackney Central Library on Wed 6th Sept – Download the e-book FREE!

Join me at Hackney Central Library, 1 Reading Lane E8 (opposite Hackney Empire) on Wednesday 6th September from 5.30-7.30pm, to discuss the topics raised in my Self-help novel 'Journey of a Sister' Reserve your FREE ticket below: (You can also reserve your signed copy of the paperback for just £5 (HALF PRICE) and collect it on … Continue reading Join me to Discuss ‘Journey of a Sister’ @ Hackney Central Library on Wed 6th Sept – Download the e-book FREE!

Join us on the Kings and Queens Book Tour (London) 1-8 Oct!

Black History Month is an opportunity to explore how our past has affected the way we relate to each other today, and what we can do to heal, so that we can reclaim our greatness!  Our ancestors built great civilizations, and the key to us rebuilding our empires is buried in our DNA.  How did they … Continue reading Join us on the Kings and Queens Book Tour (London) 1-8 Oct!

Review: African American Research Library Book Festival

I just got back from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where I took part in the African American Research Library & Cultural Centre's Annual Book Festival, courtesy of King Kevin Dorival! The building itself was amazing; the equivalent of The Marcus Garvey Library, The Black Cultural Archives, and the Bernie Grant Arts Centre all under one roof! … Continue reading Review: African American Research Library Book Festival