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Instagram CoffeeFeedPDX Feature — Congrats Eric!

I have to admit my coffee days were introduced to me by my French Cousins visiting me from Paris in the early 90s, they pulled out their mini grinder and fresh beans and I absorbed both the aroma and the ritual. Line (pronounced “Len”)  was dripping with Louis Vuitton, gold and diamonds with a crystalline Creole bronzed crop that magnetized everyone. Instantly our rooms … Read More Instagram CoffeeFeedPDX Feature — Congrats Eric!

The Harmonic Convergence 2020 Experiment

Meditation is such a gift! Listening to a podcast with Ras Ben and the Twin Pillars (KnowTheLedge Media) this morning, I was alerted to the planetary alignment meditation occurring right now— The Harmonic Convergence 2020, July 5th-14th, a global meditative experiment using the power of the Mind to imprint and impose a more positive shift in our collective paradigm while connecting to our ancient star … Read More The Harmonic Convergence 2020 Experiment

Fasting, Herbs 🌿 and SeaVeggie Cravings

It’s July 4th and I’m fasting during this very eventful time in history! Perhaps it’s all the planetary alignments happening right now! What have I been craving? Sea Veggies (seaweeds), and herbal teas like Burdock, Dandelion, Bladderwrack (with a little organic coconut milk for taste)! The body always knows what it needs — we just have to listen! Sea Weeds & Health Wellness  Seaweed … Read More Fasting, Herbs 🌿 and SeaVeggie Cravings

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Happy Father’s Day

As we continue to awaken and rise on every level imaginable, I salute, acknowledge, praise and send the most kind, loving energy to my Brothers, Fathers, Grandfathers, Uncles, Nephews, Cousins, and Friends! I love you♥ and Thank You for all you do and for all your are… His feet are made of his mothers spiritual concernAnd of his father; historic, and mindfully uprightWhat walkers—From … Read More Happy Father’s Day

Covid-19 + BLM Lockdown Reading List

Just a quick post on a comment my professor made that stuck with me as he mentioned my reading this past course. It dawned on me that I had taken this “lockdown” time and Intro to Creative Writing course to include literature that started as supplemental reading for my course. As the Covid-19 events transformed into BLM racial triggers my books became a way … Read More Covid-19 + BLM Lockdown Reading List

Angels and Ancestors Oracle Deck

So excited, I received these new cards earlier this week and wanted to share a few images. Angles and Ancestor Oracle Deck (which I keep calling the Angels and Guardians deck) is a 55-card deck, with a beautifully written Guide book by Kyle Gray and illustrated by Lily Moses. I am loving and bonding with these cards. The artwork is simply gorgeous with such … Read More Angels and Ancestors Oracle Deck

Best Sea Moss Mango Drink

The Best Sea Moss drink I’ve made (or tasted) to date is a recipe I unconsciously through together one day!!! Irish moss also known as carrageen moss contain complex carrageenan structures within the cell walls containing sulfated polysaccharides and marine biomass such as citrulline–arginine known to encourage skin and cell health. This unique algae species  physiology increases human collagen and proteins improving overall skin … Read More Best Sea Moss Mango Drink

Awakening through Mayhem + The Art of Mental Transmutation

We are witnessing an awakening in this world! Awakening of the mind, body and spirit amidst chaos and mayhem in American streets! But I watch and filter the news and propaganda with discernment — my fluorite gemstones close to my heart weeding through the storylines and flaming emotions burning through the American streets across this country. Even Europe has chimed in on the frequency of … Read More Awakening through Mayhem + The Art of Mental Transmutation

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Rest In Power Dr. Llaila Afrika

Dr. Llaila Afrika’s book Afrikan Holistic Health was one of the first books I purchased on my Self+Healing journey back in the early 90s. I was saddened and yet slowed to happiness to hear of this great healer passing today. It was during the hours I was told to study that I received the Blackmagic YouTube notification and followed up with a Google search … Read More Rest In Power Dr. Llaila Afrika

Working through Chakras through Indian Winter

Indian winter  Indian winter is a play on the term Indian summer. It’s been anything but winter here. Rainy, gloomy, and cold, but hardly a freezing, snowing winter. And the pre-spring weather has been delightful. Not Miami or Texas pre-spring but neither freezing cold nor scalding hot. Although, I must share openly, I love the heat– the extreme steam of coastal Savannah, the dry … Read More Working through Chakras through Indian Winter

Indigenous Peoples Day, Speaking their Names: Libations, Remembrance, & “Spiritual Warfare”

First Americans Remembrance It’s October 14, 2019, what many call “Columbus Day” and many more have reclaimed as “Indigenous Peoples Day.” It’s been a bittersweet, somber autumn day where the name “Columbus” has taken on in-depth conversation, satire, and conjured pain. So far I can trace my family lineage 6 generations from my genealogy research and my family include what is called “Aboriginal Indigenous” … Read More Indigenous Peoples Day, Speaking their Names: Libations, Remembrance, & “Spiritual Warfare”

Commentary: The Seeds we plant

UNIVERSAL LAW, CAUSE AND EFFECT:: THE AMAZON RAINFOREST ADEs IS BURNING AS POPEYES AND KFC SALES SPIKE MILLIONS Smh 🤦🏽‍♀️ I rarely “speak” on politics or world events because, 1. I’m an observer, 2. I realize the relationship between my Commodity (Attention) and Emotions as fuel, energy and magic for the very things/actions I don’t agree with, 3. I hate giving away my power … Read More Commentary: The Seeds we plant

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