Half-baked ideas, concepts, and the rushing to preach to be seen and validated in the name of “spirituality,” “coach”-ship, or “healing.” Spiritual leaders, coaches, and healers have the responsibility of authenticity in Application. Each experience is unique, and the sharing of Your experience is much more impactful than a surface level “vulnerability” half-story, a theory, concept, or regurgitated idea. You know what intensifies the impact of your story / experience? Being WHO TF YOU ARE.
I’m well rested and ready to go! Feels great to be back. Welcome to Aquarius Season! Let’s talk a bit about them, the hilarious LLC Twitter, and then the more important Sacred Branding session I had with Mike Iamele. You definitely want to experience Sacred Branding with Mike Iamele. This is especially useful for you if you struggle with a personal coat of arms or a code to facilitate your brand. Keep in mind that your sacred brand will be dynamic. Sign up at www.MikeIamele.com
Love, beyond our human understanding. Love, within our human understanding and the experience of it is transformational. Loving yourself isn’t all flowers and lambs. Its still beautiful - and conditional, unconditionally. Never compromise your gaze & focus on your creator when the going gets tough. Inspired by B/ue Robin’s Root of Love art show and Chief Yuya’s “How Deep Is Your Love” podcast episode on YouTube. Had me thinking!
Some people’s lives are better after relocating. Latoya Bey, on the “Healing of the Fireflies” episode on Various Logs From The Past shared some vulnerabilities that spoke to something that I’ve been sitting with for some time.
I know you’re tired of people telling you what you SHOULD do - I’d offer that this advice is pretty vital in your growing. Do not neglect the guidance of your Elders. Ever. Check in with them, too. Regardless of how far you get in your life. Music: Tame Impala - The Less I Know The Better
Contrary to popular evangelicals, the Ego is one of the greatest allies you’ll have. It’s in how you treat it that makes your life better or worse. It is behind your identity, survival, sense of boundaries and more. It also functions as a processor.
Delusion almost always leads to pessimism. Creating idols out of people is dangerous, because the reality of your idols humanity will lead to a painful reality check. Appreciate the quality of your favorite people, pull aspects of their personality and character that they model and embody that - or not, your choice. But never create idols out of one another.
Who is De’von? An amazing artist and jewelry maker I had the pleasure of meeting and currently still know. He taught me something about an art medium I never cared for, and shared parts of himself. BUY HIS JEWELRY AND ART! IG: downes_art / divinedownes And visit him at Etsy.com/shop/downesartbydevon
The Great Father Baba Oluwa Aiye appointed Yerna as Servant of the Aftermath upon noticing her purity and excellent healing abilities during her human life. Born blind as a child, her intelligence overcompensated for her blindness to say the least.
It was ethereal.
She devoted her studies to the discipline of botany and water. Furthering to alchemy.
Baba Oluwa Aiye saw this and was pleased. She was chaste, a lover of children, gentle, patient, and disciplined.
So Baba Oluwa Aiye appeared to her one day as a bright single Oleander of Nerium in her garden. Perplexed, she picked the beautiful flower and fell ill - losing consciousness. There, in her stupor, he uncovered his form - a figure draped in palm fronds and extremities laden in scars.
He assured her that she would never die, and granted her immortality, advanced healing, poisoning, and the special gift of fresh water manipulation as indicated by a blue crystal embedded in her chest, granted by his consort.
He charged her with the task of becoming the healing aftermath of the Scourge. The Scourge is known as the cyclical peril inflicted by Babalu Oluwa Aiye and his consorts. It was a necessary phenomenon. He and consorts would visit the Earth for some days, enacting this. Chaos, Illness, and Delay.
Yerna would follow through.
Rather than roam the earth for the rest of her life as a human, Yerna decided to cycle her life in tandem with the scourge of Baba Oluwa Aiye and his consorts. She created an elixir with the base of resins that would turn her into a tree. She would grow as a tree over decades, forming into the Servant in a Human Body during the scourge, materializing fully at the scourge's peak. She would leave her throne and make her way to the populace to perform her duties. Providing cures, remedies, and boons to those in need. Afterwards, she would plant herself into the earth, restarting her life - and restarting the cycle of the Scourge.
Yerna met many heedless passersby who mistook her as a tree early on. The haphazard commoner often jested and made impish remarks at the figure, neglecting the prophecies in her forming.
Now despite the onset of fear brought on by her abilities, her healing is permanent each lifetime.
She blinds first.
There, one is truly able to see. And know.
She pulls one down into the Earth. Beneath the soil. Beneath the seeds. And there you will hear. And there you will Taste. You will Smell. And Feel. The root. of All things.
She restores your sight. And you, climbing from your burial are renewed.
In other ways, she teaches the importance of self sustainability. The Nurturing of self - and equally, the nurturing of Others.
Currently, Yerna guards what remains of the last temple of Sakpana in an abandoned ruin in the land of Buruku
Live burials, drinking of water and other life giving sustenance, slowing down, coolness, rest, the study of botany and fresh water, snake venom and other poisons, amongst many other acts of healing of the self and others are ways to honor Yerna, the Servant of the Aftermath.
it is said that the presence of Yerna is felt during the feeling of joy one receives after the healing of illness.
And one should touch the ground
And give their thanks
Copyright 2020 Justin Green
Meet Brandon Roaché - a jack of all trades - something he calls a gift and a curse. People tell him he can never decide on one thing to do with his life, but he rebuttals with his duty to help others first. We talk a bit about his past and then he shares the Art of Criticism, using music of today’s and past generations as an example.
Welcome to “The Art of....”a new interview style showcasing Art for what it is, and is not. This Pilot episode features Sean M. Brown - CEO and founder of Dubois Douglass Strategies. Strategic Planning, Grant Writing, and Project Management are some of his many skills. He also goes by the moniker of The Urban Disruptor. Visit duboisdouglass.com for your business needs - Follow The Urban Disruptor on Facebook and Instagram and catch The Urban Disruptor Weekly Wrap-Up every Sunday on WCMD Radio’s Page that is on Facebook
Previously, on The Journey in 4 Series...The Boy, who lived in the Unknown in A Place of Time in the huge World of Sight, wanted to explore the world outside of his home. After packing his belongings, taking his magic seeds, and leaving his home, he becomes the Teen before discovering the capital village of Amoria. While resting, a huge black bird stole 2 of his magic seeds, dropping one into the huge waters of Amoria and swallowing the second. He entered Amoria and met his friend who taught him how to see himself and eventually learned from an elder called, the Man in White, that the seeds have a purpose. His lost seed created a sea monster that he had to defeat. What about the other seed? Well he defeats the great beast who becomes his water chariot, who launches him high into the highlands of Hyt from his blow hole. And Evrything, the black stone shrouded in mist, the great guide and orchestrator, created it all.
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The High Priestess meets the Hanged man lol
Submission isn’t just “taking commands”, playing coy, and being quiet while talking **** on the inside about those in authority - it’s staying true to the mission (provided by the leader - what ever that may be) - and with that comes grueling character development. Ask your teachers, leaders, and instructors.
Well, we explore those under the guise of “submissive,” - committed to the Work or serving an emotion. Are we filling a void under the guise of service? Are we deluded? Seeking to be seen? Does our work speak for itself?
Also: Not every teacher, leader, or instructor is OBLIGATED to lead you. It’s a privilege.
Don’t front and act like you understand and comprehend everything in a given moment. You don’t, and it’s okay. Seek understanding. Working those mental muscles helps your attention management and protects your brain from early decline.
I got into a car accident today (1/22/2019)...and kept it private. However there’s lessons I’d like to share. This episode is a bit longer, for the listeners who love a longer listen on a day or night ride - or while cleaning, etc.