Beliefs

Kemet – Restorative Healing

To heal is to restore balance to wholeness. There are different modalities to heal. Healing moves at different rhythms. It wears different faces. It’s unique to all circumstances! Healing is indescribable but we do our best to capture its essence. So I share my story: Growing up Black…

Candid Conversation: Camille Bennett

I was impressed, the first time I met her. She was dressed in a lady-like-dress, killer heels and hair flicked to perfection. She stood confident on those heels and held her hands out for the open prayer meditation at Living Spirit Church. Then Camille Bennett, held little hands…

Clarity

The Reason You Are Not Accelerating Fast Enough Is That You Are Carrying Too Much Baggage Most People Carry Their Pain From Their Past. They Carry The Stress Of Today, And Also The Worry Of The Future. Let It All Go~ You Can’t Change The Past, You Must…

StarrDust

There is a disturbing trend amongst some spiritual teachers that I do not like and I DO NOT support. That trend is to tell people that positive thinking is worthless, that the challenges they are going through are only illusions, and they have to accept it all whether…

Inspiration: Sherri’s Story

Colorectal Cancer Survivor and philanthropist, Sherri Graves Smith is the author of the series of children’s books, Game Day Rules. Prior to becoming an author of children’s books, Sherri Graves Smith joined The Coca-Cola Company’s Legal Division as an attorney in November 2000. After taking an overseas assignment as…

Healing = Forgiveness

As I grow older and see fewer years in front of me than behind me, I see the need for several areas of healing. One of the primary areas of healing for me is forgiveness. Forgiveness is just what it implies, forgiving others and most of all forgiving…

I Was A Weary Traveler

I was a weary traveler, I rode the less trodden path, felt the dust sting my eyes. I lay in fast pursuit of that which I knew existed, Of love without judgment, of acceptance without rules, of truly amazing grace. And with out-stretched hands I reached …to grasp…