This is Day 2 of my Black His-story Month vlog series! Yesterday in The Bible & Mental Slavery I shared a little of my her-story about how I arrived at a point where I'm now in a position to help my people 'break free from mental slavery'. In today's vlog I explain how the bible … Continue reading BHM Vlogs Day 2: The Origins of Christianity
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 17: Break Free from MENTAL Slavery!
In yesterday's post I attempted to explain how the different types of enslaved Africans on the plantation can still be found within our community today. This is because trauma is passed down from one generation to the next through our DNA, known as Epigenetics. Plant medicines have greatly assisted my healing journey. They have helped … Continue reading BHM Day 17: Break Free from MENTAL Slavery!
BHM Day 11: African Spirituality vs Religion
In Years One and Two of Journey of a Sister I explain in beautiful story form, how the bible was used to pave the way for colonization in Africa. It had nothing to do with 'spreading the gospel', and everything to do with mentally enslaving Africans who had escaped physical slavery. Religion was used as … Continue reading BHM Day 11: African Spirituality vs Religion
BHM blog series Day 1: The Bible and Mental Slavery
For 'Black His-story Month' I've committed to writing a blog a day to honour my ancestors, and to help my people 'break free from mental slavery'. Shout out to my shero Harriet Tubman for her role in history, helping her people break free from physical slavery. This 'Black His-story Month' blog series will show how … Continue reading BHM blog series Day 1: The Bible and Mental Slavery