I’m telling y’all! Speak your intentions into your water and watch what happens!
A ritual that I performed often when I first started practicing was speaking what I wanted into a glass of water or a few ice cubes followed with a mantra in Gaia’s name. I’d set my glass by the window to let it charge by sun or moon and then I would drink the water, sending the intentions back into myself to fully manifest — it’s simple, easy and a great way to stay hydrated ;)
Share some manifestations tips that you’ve found useful below!
#manifest#intentions#AfroWitch image repost via @flex.mami
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Beeing feminist ist still importend af this days! And No ITS not about hating mens And beeing grumpy all the day. ITS not Just okay to be angry, its a must, that women in the most countrys still not get Same salarys for Same work and Performance as a men , Same rights as a men or getting same treatment as a men. But for me feminisem And the discussion about it goes everyday a bit depper. For example why does a sister who is an Migrant, as different skincolor or different ethnic Background in a country like Mine, who trys to be so examplary treaten often different as me , as a White women!?!? We are worth all the same and should have all to get the same respect. The wotld how is know And the direction she goes in many countrys is Not a good way for us feminists And people who supporter feminisem. Thats why we need to fight even stronger , yeasterday , today And tomorrow. ❤️❤️ as long we are Not all free And have then same rights , we are all Not free.
The few ... the proud ... the Mystical Dancers! .
As Mary Oliver declares, “I don’t want to end up simply having visited this world.” .
Wow. These incredible women truly embody this zest for life and form a special sisterhood of 182 Mystical Dance® teachers hailing from 44 countries and six continents. .
Are you longing to join a deep, unprecedented journey of sacred dance, meditation, tantra, ceremony, self-discovery and transformation ... are you seeking to find your unique voice and amplify this back into the world and inspire others? .
The final 250-hour Mystical Dance® Teacher Training launches on February 11 in Thailand. Never again will we gather in this 5-week format. Would love to share space on this spirited shakti adventure. .
Comment YES below! The world is waiting for you. .
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📷s by Iza Viola / @wildisherfavouritecolour Swipe left 👈🏾 for a glimpse of one night of many magnificent nights of magical movement and musehood! 🙌
I wish you knew how much He loves you. I wish you could see His craftsmanship in the world around you and find Him in all of the little details. I wish you could feel His warmth and understand what it’s like to have Him take your tired and burdened heart and make it whole. I wish you knew that life doesn’t have to be battled alone.
I wish you knew how special you are and that you are here with purpose. I wish you realized that all of the heavy and cruel things you’ve been carrying around for so long can be laid down at the feet of Jesus.
I wish you knew that sometimes He whispers your name in my ear and places your soul on my heart.
I wish you knew that the King of the most high is jealous over you. I wish you knew that He placed the stars and galaxies in the sky yet found you far more beautiful. I wish you knew that He placed them there just for you.
I wish you knew what it was like to say His name and hear “redeemer” echo within your heart. I wish you knew how desperately you need a savior and that salvation can’t be found in anything or anyone other than Christ, no matter how hard you search for it there.
I wish you knew to listen for that still small voice whispering your name.
My sweet friend, I just really wish you knew.
HOLDDDD UP. It’s a Finerrrrrr women FounderZ day. HAPPY FOUNDERZ DAY to al my Sorors around the world. Proud to be apart of this amazing sorority. Shout out to the home team Naughty Nu 🐱 #99years#scholarship#service#sisterhood#finerwomanhood Zzzzzzzzzz-Phi 🕊. Cash app ya favorite Zeta $19.20 or even $5 will do cause that’s all it took 🤷🏼♀️ Fannie taught me
Houston, here we go again!
In Your Skin is coming back and I am beyond excited.
Join myself and @loveyourbellymovement for an evening of empowerment, nudity and sisterhood.
In Your Skin is much more than nude portraits, it is a movement.
A movement designed to empower women to look at their own bodies and say I LOVE YOU. A movement that will rebel against the unachievable expectations set by society. A sisterhood that embraces every single butt, boob and belly that walks through the door.
Follow the link in our bio to sign up.
8 women maximum to keep the evening intimate and special.
Email [email protected] for enquires and sign ups.
From my heart to yours. ♥️
My name is Alyesha Wise– a Black woman physically residing in America.
Since my young teenage years, I can remember having complications with my body– unexplained bleeding, unexplained skin rashes, pelvic pain and heavy periods, heart murmur, unexplained dizzy spells & more. For everything, I’ve gone to see a doctor. For almost everything, I’ve simply been told to drink more water (true story). One doc handed me birth control pills for my very low red blood cell count and never had an in-depth conversation about the what or why. These days, with the exception of my Planned Parenthood visits, I don’t trust doctors, but I feel like I need them. I resort to spiritual & holistic practices but doubt sometimes lingers. These days, I still have lots of unanswered questions about my body, about the impact it has on my mental health, about my difficulty conceiving and if that’s tied to everything else, about how the physical health and mental health of Black women in America is extremely ignored, borrowed and mistreated. These days, I’m also realizing that, although this overall narrative mostly affects Black women, it’s an epidemic with many women of color all across this country. I decided to do something about it, at least what I’m capable of right now. This is a huge piece, yet only a fraction, of my story, our stories. This is @enterourstory - giving visibility to the physical & mental health journeys of women of color.
photo by the incredible @kayewash 📷
Chocolate drinking with my pal @vaalbaradesigns during @travelncreate retreat⠀
Make this at home:⠀
1 @notyoursugarmamas pure and simple or salted caramel chocolate bar⠀
1/4 cup cashews⠀
Pinch of ginger powder or cardamom or a shot of coffee⠀
1 cup hot water⠀
Blend on high in vitamix until smooth⠀
If too thick add half cup of cold water (or hot if you want hot!) and blend again ⠀
Pour over ice or serve hot. Add hot water if too thick.
Just the other day you were starting high school at Herschel and today you had your first day of MATRIC😱 You’re going to kill it munchkin, I’ll always have your back.. and your front, and whatever other part of you needs me this year and always ❤️
Thank you Universe for this extraordinary world you’ve graced us with 🌻
May we honor it.
Revel in its beauty.