“Whatever you vibrate, you manifest and attract to your Self. So, you work on healing your Self in order to manifest tranquility around you. You become tranquility. If there is conflict living within you, you cannot live in a world of tranquility. The world mirrors back the condition of your love and of your intent. If the world that you are living in is not a world that is at peace, then you have to discover peace within your Being. The shaman no longer searches for meaning in life, but brings meaning to every situation. The shaman stops searching for truth and brings truth to every encounter. You do not search for the ideal partner, you become the ideal partner. Then the ideal partner discovers you. This is an active practice focused on interdimensional healing.”
“When you refuse to listen to your Spirit, it’s the beginning of your end. And when you refuse to accept that Spirit lives in all things and in all beings, it’s also the beginning of your end. It’s like a star falling from the heavens and plunging into darkness because it forgot the brilliance of its own light and no longer used it to guide others. Be true to your light; let illuminate the path before us. So many souls are in need of your guidance.”
I just did this. Legit.
Clearly this is black magic at work here
been folding my shirts like this for so long that it feels weird to do it any other way
WHAT THE SHIT
i did this just now completely skeptical and when it worked i just fell over onto my bed and sobbed into my blanket
ok important make sure you’re grabbing across/over the shirt instead of the side nearest to you because i was doing that for like 5 minutes and getting pissed that i couldn’t folow simple instructions correctly. but then i did it right it’s basically magic
“Don’t kneel please. Sometimes people put people on pedestals so they can see them more clearly and knock them off more easily. Get up.”
This quote is from her new book Mom & Me & Mom (exquisite read) and she said this to a Black man who saw her in Europe as she was rising to fame (singing, dancing, working on films…she did most of this before her writing/poetry career) and called her our Shakespeare as he knelt before her. She didn’t want him to view her as anything beyond (or below) human.
Novel concept it seems. Black women being human. Not any controlling image that seeks to marginalize us through deification or dehumanization (though it’s usually the latter, the former is problematic as well).