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
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.
I love you and I’m listening…..
Have you ever had that conversation with the wounded part of yourself?
I’m really excited about today’s podcast because I’m sharing some creative parts of myself that I hope you will find comforting. This episode is a mixture of poetry, affirmation and meditation.
I love you and I’m listening…..
Hey, Hey Sacred Sista,
If you’ve been on the fence about joining the circle, you’re in for a treat today! I’m giving you a sneek peep inside the what, the why and the how of this blackalicious sacred space. In this podcast episode, I share the step by step process through the session and why sista’s are returning to continue their journey to wholeness. Topics include:
How does black self hate show up in your behavior?
How to use the tools for empoWOMBent.
Defining self love, how do you know when you love yourself?
Why Sista sharing boundaries are crucial for building trust.
The power of cultural meditation.
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Greetings and thanks for taking the time to hang out with me.
Today, I’m chatting to Naomi Davidson who is a well-being consultant and she’s all about empowering Sista’s. She got in touch as a result of the series I did on wounded daughters to ask if I would be on the panel for her event ( 23 June 2018) which is specifically around to our UK experience.
We caught up earlier this week to chat about what to expect at the event, and next week we’re going to record a more detailed podcast about the results of her research. You can listen to our chat here.
Hope to see you Saturday!
*Trigger Warning : This podcast contains adult discussions about sexual abuse.*
This final key to black empowerment is all about service and it’s gonna blow you away!
I’m sharing the platform with Tamar Nwafor, a wife, mother and multiple business owner who fled Jamaica in 1999 from domestic violence and sexual abuse. With a mother unable to protect her, she became involved in drugs and gang violence, but this power house made a commitment to heal and is now serving the community by sharing her experience, strength and expertise to help others.
Woooi…..When sista’s get together, fire bruk out!
You can contact Sista Tamar and her fabulous businesses below.
www.gage.org.co.uk Business development.
www.kingsandqueensunited.com Dating site for melanin rich singles.
For details about the women’s support group,
email email@example.com or call her on 07947839949
Sista Tamar will also be part of Build Your Blacknificence My wounded daughters mastermind to heal from maternal abuse. The registration doors close on Sunday 11th March 2018 at midnight London time. Join us here.
We’re continuing our conversation to find the 7 Keys To Black Empowerment. The 5th key is all about setting boundaries. If you don’t know what does and doesn’t work for you, you make yourself vulnerable to abuse.
In this session I explores the difference between social, external and internal boundaries. I also share how practicing them must be the foundation for our emotional emancipation and personal empowerment!
Healing from racism through personal empowerment and the 12 steps of recovery.