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!
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)
I’ve been in the Gambia since November the 30th, where I facilitated the first Self Love Retreat; I’ve also been editing a book on African Wholistic Health, writing, and doing book signings! I had the pleasure of taking part in The Mboka Literary Festival (even though I wasn't on their program) where I had a stand … Continue reading The Mboka Literary Festival, Gambia
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
The Kings and Queens Book Tour starts next week! Come and learn the secret science to Black Male & Female Relationships! Have you got your tickets? They're going fast! I've invited TC Carrier, author of 'The Secret Science of Black Male & Female Sex' and King Kevin Dorival, author of '7 Types of Queens, Kings Desire' … Continue reading Join us at the Launch of the Kings & Queens Book Tour! (Sun 1st Oct)
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
Last October I attended an event where I met Caz Mac, who was in the process of setting up the No Ordinary Woman Chat Show YouTube Channel. She would be interviewing a number of ordinary women doing extraodinary things! I gave her a signed copy of 'Journey of a Sister' to read. Some time later … Continue reading No Ordinary Woman Chat Show Interview
I recently became clear about my Purpose: It's to ‘Help the Black Woman to Heal’ just as I am; mentally, emotionally, and spiritually (including from ancestral trauma). We MUST heal in order to truly love ourselves. And Self Love is the ROOT CAUSE of many of our issues, especially our relationships! It's important for us … Continue reading First Video in my series: Why the Black Woman MUST Heal! (HAIR)
In Year One of my Self-help novel ‘Journey of a Sister’ the main character Suzanne wrote a fearless letter to God asking all the questions the church couldn’t answer, and ended it by asking for “the Truth!” She knew many of her brothers and sisters in Christ wanted to ask these same questions but were … Continue reading The Truth about the Letter (featured in Year One)
If you're looking for an alternative to Christmas (which is more about consumerism than the birth of Christ!) why not celebrate Kwanzaa with us this year? What is Kwanzaa? Kwanzaa is originally an African-American concept which celebrates 7 Core Principles (Nguzo Saba), represented by a different candle each day. It begins on the 26th of December, and … Continue reading Give a Kwanzaa Gift FREE!