20 Ways to manifest more love with the ‘Living in Love’ Program.

To love and be loved is a basic human need. If your childhood experience of love was disrupted by separation, abuse and internalised racism, it will be difficult to give or receive love as an adult. The most important thing to remember as you learn to love is 1. Healing it takes time 2. Love is a verb so you need tools 3. You are not alone and 4. You can’t heal alone! In this live stream, June shares 20 ways to manifest more love with the support of her ‘Living in Love’ online monthly program.

 

How to Deal with Back To School Anxiety.

If you’re a parent, many of our children have begun a new school year.

My little plantain started big school last week and there has been lots of conversations around self acceptance in her new (white dominated) environment. This brought up a lot of my own stuff as I have also been the only black girl in my class on many occasions throughout my life.

On my journey to wholeness, I learned that parenting can be a journey of empowerment when I became open to the lessons my daughters presence can teach me about my own healing.

If you found the school holidays triggering and feel ready to explore the concept of conscious black parenting, check out the video below which talks about school anxiety and also the Mindful Motherhood Masterclass on offer all this week to get you started.

The Freedom To Restart

Many of us are stuck in our perfectionism, which often means that we give up on ourselves far too quickly. We should and could ourselves with shameful thoughts and then become afraid to try again. In this session, I share the power in giving yourself the freedom to restart, no matter how many times you’ve dropped the ball.

A Tree Without Roots?

‘A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.’ Marcus Garvey. 
On the 17th August was the Honorable Marcus Garvey’s birthday. This grandfather of PanAfricanism mobilised millions of Africans around the world to stand in their power, build businesses and be proud of their history. In this session (44), I honour his legacy by sharing how doing the internal work can have a huge impact on how we practice black empowerment in business.