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. 

 

Releasing Guilt

Do you feel guilty about focusing on your healing process? Many of us want to feel more empowered in our lives but also fear the isolation and feelings that often accompany letting go of our old lives. In this session, I share on what’s really underneath our guilt and how to release it so you can move on.

Reignite Joy!

Sometimes, we can get so caught up in the suffering that we forget the importance of nurturing joy as part of the process. This podcast episode was recorded at Womad Music festival! I’m having an absolute blast and check in to remind you how to reignite your joy!

Moving Beyond Survival

Welcome to podcast episode 41! Many of us are so use to surviving that we don’t know what it means to thrive. Why are we willing to accept surviving as a way of life? What does it mean to let go of this deprivation? In this podcast, I talk about how recovery gave me permission to dream, hope and step into a vision of wholeness. Are you ready to claim yours?

This episode is sponsored by Self Love Rehab, A 12 week course to learn the foundational tools for revolutionary black self love. You will learn a 90 day empowerment system with wellness goal setting, understanding how racism has impacted your self esteem and how to set boundaries and build confidence  as a black women. For full details go to www.selfloverehab.com

3 Daily Essentials for Racial Wellness.

One of the most powerful things I’ve learned over the years is that as long as racism (white supremacy is alive), our pain will be cyclical if it is not managed on a daily basis. We need nurturing tools to help us navigate the impact of our oppression to help us stay connected to our greatness and each other. In this live stream I share 3 core tools, the 3 R’s that should be included in your daily practice. Watch, absorb, go forth and be great!

How ‘Black Time’ Destroys Self Esteem.

Chronic lateness, or  ‘Black Time’ as we call it, is something that many of us laugh about and accept as part of our culture. However, in line with what I’m teaching in the Self Love Rehab course, I believe that chronic lateness can also be a symptom of low self esteem. In this video, I will help you explore your relationship with time and how time boundaries can be a powerful tool for healing transformation.

To join self love rehab, go to www.selfloverehab.com

Surrender to Self Love

When our life experience has been dominated by pain, its hard to trust others, our Higher Power, ourselves. This mistrust makes us vulnerable to the insanity of trying to control  everything. Many of us are so used to suffering that it feels hard to open up to wonder of what it means to be human.

In this podcast, I talk about the power of surrender. Surrender is when we allow ourselves to take small loving actions to self nurture even when it feels uncomfortable and we’re afraid of the outcome.

Today, I will let go of my what does not serve me and surrender to the power of self love.

African Health and Wellbeing Day with Nigel Stewart

I thoroughly enjoyed this rich, cultural, playful and passionate conversation with Nigel Stewart. We talked about his early entrepreneur roots, the legacy of healing for our community, politics and negotiating whiteness. I also asked him, is it lovers rock or bashment? fried or boiled dumplin? 🤣🤣 and of course we talked all about how to get the best out of the African Health and Wellbeing Day. One of my fave live streams to date!Enjoy!