MemberNovember 10, 2019 at 5:49 pm
I am happy to finally begin this journey, and I look forward to taking the knowledge, wisdom, and experience to new levels for my family and my people.
MemberNovember 10, 2019 at 6:03 pm
To fully understand African Spirituality
How to apply African Spirituality in my everyday life
What roles do my Ancestors play in African Spirituality
How do I bring my purpose into alignment with the Universe
How do I bring my goals into alignment with the Universe
Learn about the metaphysical
Learn how to meditate properly
Learn how to fast properly
Learn how to bring goals into manifestation
MemberNovember 10, 2019 at 9:32 pm
Udja… there are 3 levels to African Spiritually that I’m trying to understand. Myth, ritual, and mysticism. What are you thoughts about mysticism?
MemberNovember 11, 2019 at 6:41 am
Udja… I am very, very curious about mysticism and want to learn. I am also skeptical and cautious about the possibility of opening any spiritual doors to the unknown that I may regret later. Since losing my Grandmother, the strongest Matriarch in our family and living life into my 20’s, I have known full well we are not alone subconsciously in this physical realm.
Over the past several years after receiving hundreds of messages subconsciously throughout my adult years. I began calling on my known, departed and beloved ancestors for their help, and they haven’t let me down yet.
It wasn’t until after calling on my ancestors for a few years that they sent a niece to me to give me confidence in my journey. Keep in mind, I never talked to this niece about spirituality or my journey, she simply sent a message to me through the family that she has a message for me.
She is also the daughter of my favorite and dear departed younger brother who died almost 3yrs ago. She is a Yoga instructor and is into the metaphysical. I don’t feel comfortable divulging all of what this young/old soul has revealed to me, but her prophetic message has enabled me to surmise that what we have with the ancestors and the universe is real, there are levels to this journey, and I want to proceed with love, without ego, but with caution.
Here is how her message to me from the Ancestors began: “I’ve been working with the ancestors to clear generational curses and trapped emotions that have been inherited and passed down our family line…”
I hope that answers your question, dear Sister?
MemberNovember 11, 2019 at 8:41 am
Udja… One of the things I would like us to walk away with the Pert M Heru after 4 weeks is an understanding of the “utterances”. The African spirituality we’re all here for is presented in the Pert M Heru (I think), and we’re going to try to understand what it is that we’re reading. In my opinion when we open these “spiritual doors” imma go out on the limb here and say with confidence that there will be no regrets. Why I feel so confident to say this is because the African spirituality that our ancestors practiced was effective for thousand of years before their civilization collapsed (I’ll share more of that when we meet on Sunday). This present “civilization” that we’re in now has only been in existence for literally a minute compared to our ancestors and it will definitely not last as long as our ancestors. Check out the “@channel” and post your thoughts about what Asad said regarding our ancestors’ calendar. That blew my mind with what he posted because when I read the Pert M Heru, I was blinded to those words. It went over my head because I didn’t understand it. Another reason to why these discussions are important because what one of us misses the other will point out! Yes, we are all going to proceed with caution, but let there be no regrets. “I’ve been working with the ancestors to clear generational curses and trapped emotions that have been inherited and passed down our family line…” <– this right here is powerful. I had to re-read this a couple of times. Wow.
MemberNovember 11, 2019 at 9:48 am
I know, I read it on occasions because it strengthens my spirit and resolve for joining/working with a group of African descendants that are seeking to accomplish great things for our people.
If you think that was powerful, you would really be mind blown if I showed you the rest of her message. I tear up every time I read it.
P.S. I have to be honest, I am evolving past the fear of having regrets. After growing up in the church, I simply wanted to avoid any baggage and drama that comes with others practicing what is suppose to bring order. I can say with confidence, after finding this group, the possibility of regrets is no longer an issue. That was the roadblock that kept me from learning in the past because I kept running into ego from our brothers whose journey started before mine.
MemberNovember 11, 2019 at 11:33 am
Ase… I can only imagine the impact of the rest of the message, but yeah that was deep what you quoted by your niece. It got me thinking about my own self and family. Not to get to much into it but I feel like my family is cursed and the only time we get together amicably are at funerals (and even than there’s somewhat drama). No body in my family gets married, just hooks up, babies, no ceremonies (unless it’s a funeral). I’m fleeing from what seems like a “generational curse” that ends with me! But let me stop rambling.
I hope we find the answers to what we’re looking for in African Spirituality. One thing for sure is that the church is not practicing order because we wouldn’t be where we are today in this chaos that we’re witnessing whether in our personal lives or the public.
MemberNovember 11, 2019 at 2:13 pm
I am confident we will find the answers. I have been consistently asking my Ancestors for their help in the spiritual realm on my behalf, and they have delivered each time.
As soon as more of us become enlightened and unified on our collective purpose and do the same, I can only imagine the spiritual mountains we will collectively move with their help.
It has to start somewhere and I completely agree we must be the change we have been looking for and the ones who usher in the end of the curses put on our race and families, for whatever reason.
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