Self Love Challenge Day Five: Forgiveness πŸ’

Welcome to Day Five of the Self Love Challenge! ❀ Today we are looking at the topic of forgiveness. Why is it important to forgive, and what does it have to do with Self Love? When we hold unforgiveness towards others in our heart, it affects us on a cellular level. It can even create … Continue reading Self Love Challenge Day Five: Forgiveness πŸ’

Self Love Challenge Day Three: Find Your Self! πŸ§˜πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ

The most important relationship you’ll ever have is with your Self. Self Love is the only love story that has 100% chance of a happy ending. When you love yourself, you’re guaranteed to live happily ever after! Yesterday I explained why Self Love is so important. Three years ago I suffered a very public β€˜mental … Continue reading Self Love Challenge Day Three: Find Your Self! πŸ§˜πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ

Self Love Challenge Day 2: The Importance of Self Love πŸ₯°

Welcome to Day 2 of my 5 day Self Love Challenge! Yesterday we learned the '8 Different Ways We Can Love', with Self Love being at the top of my list. Today, we will delve deeper into why Self Love is so important. πŸ₯° Self Love is about putting your mental, emotional and physical wellbeing … Continue reading Self Love Challenge Day 2: The Importance of Self Love πŸ₯°

Self Love Challenge Day One: 8 Ways to Love πŸ’ž

Welcome to Day One of my 5 Day Self Love Challenge, leading up to Self Love Day on JanuaryΒ  8th πŸ₯° Each day will include a simple task, and a self-affirmation to repeat. Today's challenge is to understand the 8 different types of love, which will give us a better understand of our relationships, including … Continue reading Self Love Challenge Day One: 8 Ways to Love πŸ’ž

BHM Day 26: I Met God…She’s Black!

Did you know that Black Women are the physical representation of the feminine aspect of God here on Earth? https://youtu.be/5EshmOpV8Ww The Black Woman is known as the 'Mother of all Nations' because she can create all other types of human beings, which is known as Mitochondrial DNA. Through mainstream media, she has been made to … 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 β€œThe 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 18: UNITE and FIGHT!

Yesterday I was deliberating whether to include images of the white Jesus with his back whipped, alongside an image of an enslaved African who had also had his back whipped. Knowing that the subconscious mind responds best to images, I decided against it. When the descendants of enslaved Africans see these images, it re-activates the … Continue reading BHM Day 18: UNITE and FIGHT!

BHM Day 13: Is Church Service Watered-down Afrikan Spirituality?

After yesterday's post I thought I was done talking about religion! But there's one more thing I need to explain: How true Afrikan spirituality was replaced with church 'service'. First they stole ancient manuscripts from Kemet and turned them into 'holy books' to enslave us mentally. Then they took our Afrikan spirituality, and gave us … Continue reading BHM Day 13: Is Church Service Watered-down Afrikan Spirituality?