Thursday, November 30, 2023


No matter what we call ourselves, what we wear, how much money we make, what groups we join, where we were born, and even the language we speak---our self-healing depends on our mind.

Mind games are played on us through so many mediums-politics, religion, and, of course, education. Over time, we adopt a consciousness where the clouds exist but not the sky, where books exist but not education, where doctors exist but not healing. Some call this a Western mind. Our foundational energy will remain blocked until we connect with our original mind. It's our thoughts, the untold story, the exploitation all the way back to Greek civilization that defines our victim mentality.

We must liberate our minds. We must embark on a renaissance to cleanse out the toxicity, the filth, and the degradation that is a side-effect of acute exploitation and oppression of the human mind. We do that by moving on a path of intensive self-healing. Only by recognizing that we possess the power of self-healing can we reinterpret our experiences from being victims to being enlightened and centered. ~Dr. Robbin Alston


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Poem: I am AFRICAN

I Am An African
I am an African
Not because I was born there
But because my heart beats with Africa’s
I am an African
Not because my skin is black
But because my mind is engaged by Africa
I am an African
Not because I live on its soil
But because my soul is at home in Africa

When Africa weeps for her children
My cheeks are stained with tears
When Africa honours her elders
My head is bowed in respect
When Africa mourns for her victims
My hands are joined in prayer
When Africa celebrates her triumphs
My feet are alive with dancing

I am an African
For her blue skies take my breath away
And my hope for the future is bright
I am an African
For her people greet me as family
And teach me the meaning of community
I am an African
For her wildness quenches my spirit
And brings me closer to the source of life

When the music of Africa beats in the wind
My blood pulses to its rhythm
And I become the essence of sound
When the colours of Africa dazzle in the sun
My senses drink in its rainbow
And I become the palette of nature
When the stories of Africa echo round the fire
My feet walk in its pathways
And I become the footprints of history

I am an African
Because she is the cradle of our birth
And nurtures an ancient wisdom
I am an African
Because she lives in the world’s shadow
And bursts with a radiant luminosity
I am an African
Because she is the land of tomorrow
And I recognise her gifts as sacred

Friday, November 24, 2023

Comanche portraits

North America was a place of great turbulence and many conflicts when the newcomers decided to inhabit the land and take parts of it for themselves.

In the 18th and 19th century, many tribes, such as Iroquois, Cherokee and Shawnee were overwhelmed by the number of settlers moving westward across America.

When the settlers started moving to the southern edges of the continent their movement was put to a halt for some time. A fierce tribe of Comanche were the reason for it.Even though many tribes have adapted to the introduction of the horse, the Comanche were the group who took most advantage out of it.Previously being an obscure mountain tribe, the Comanche became the fiercest and most famous riders that caused many troubles to the settlers.

In contrast to, for example, Sioux and Cheyenne that would dismount their horses before battle, Comanche continued riding in a fight, which gave them a significant advantage.

Thursday, November 23, 2023

Did You know coffee òriginated in Ethiopia?



Coffee gròwn wòrldwide can trace its heritàge back centuries to the ancient coffee forests on the Ethiopian 🇪🇹  plateau. There, legend says the goat herder Kaldi first discovered the potential of these beloved beans. 

The story goes that that Kaldi discovered coffee after he noticed that after eating the berries from a certain tree, his goats became so energetic that they did not want to sleep at night. 

Kaldi reported his findings to the abbot of the local monastery, who made a drink with the berries and found that it kept him alert through the long hours of evening prayer. The abbot shared his discovery with the other monks at the monastery, and knowledge of the energizing berries began to spread.

As word moved east and coffee reached the Arabian peninsula, it began a journey which would bring these beans across the globe.


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Tuesday, November 21, 2023

Zimbabwe" Bob Marley lyrics

Every man gotta right to decide his own destiny 
And in this judgment there is no partiality So arm in arms with arms 
We'll fight this little struggle
'Cause that's the only way we can overcome our little trouble 

Brother, you're right, you're right 
You're right, you're right, you're so right 
We gon' fight (we gon' fight) 
We'll have to fight (we gon' fight) 
We gonna fight (we gon' fight) 
Fight for our rights 

Natty dread it inna (Zimbabwe) 
Set it up in (Zimbabwe) 
Mash it up-a inna Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe) Africans ah liberate (Zimbabwe), mh 

No more internal power struggle 
We come together to overcome the little trouble 
Soon we'll find out who is the real revolutionary 
'Cause I don't want my people to be contrary 

And, brother, you're right, you're right 
You're right, you're right, you're so right 
We'll have to fight (we gon' fight) 
We gonna fight (we gon' fight) We'll have to fight (we gon' fight) Fighting for our rights
Mash it up inna (Zimbabwe) Natty trash it inna (Zimbabwe) Africans ah liberate Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe) I and I ah liberate Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe) 

Brother, you're right, you're right You're right, you're right, you're so right We gon' fight (we gon' fight) We'll have to fight (we gon' fight) We gonna fight (we gon' fight) Fighting for our rights 

To divide and rule could only tear us apart In every man chest, mh, there beats a heart So soon we'll find out who is the real revolutionaries And I don't want my people to be tricked by mercenaries 

Brother, you're right, you're right You're right, you're right, you're so right We'll have to fight (we gon' fight) We gonna fight (we gon' fight) We'll have to fight (we gon' fight) Fighting for our rights 

Natty trash it inna Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe) Mash it up inna Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe) Set it up inna Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe) Africans ah liberate Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe) Africans ah liberate Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe) Natty dub it inna Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe) Set it up inna Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe) Africans ah liberate Zimbabwe 
Every man got a right to decide his 
RaggaehHiphop   CELEBRITY 

Saturday, November 18, 2023

Sounds that Heal and Prevent Sickness

The Six Healing Sounds are a simple yet powerful tool to promote physical, energetic and emotional healing and balance. These Sounds were discovered by ancient Tao Masters to generate frequencies for healing.
Each sound cultivates different positive energy and provides healing of a specific organ. To enhance the benefits, each sound is associated with a special healing color, positive emotion and body position helping to open and restore energy flow in a respective organ meridian (energy pathway).
Daily practice of the Six Healing Sounds can restore and maintain calmness and good health. Greater sexual pleasure and improved digestion will occur.
Minor ailments, such as colds, flu, and sore throats, can be prevented or thrown off easily, especially if you will regularly practice the Lung Sound "Sssss" that Master Mantak Chia is demonstrating in this video👇🏻
Once the movements, sounds and emotions have been integrated into your practice, you can make the Six Healing Sounds even more powerful. For example, when you are settled into the Lung sound and you are breathing in white healing light, feel your mid-eyebrow wide open, and connect with the Universe to cleanse and revitalize your lungs and large intestine.
With this simple practice, many students of the Healing Tao have overcome their long-standing dependence on sleeping pills, tranquilizers, aspirin, and antacids. If you are taking one of those, pay attention to this practice.
Several psychologists have taught some of their patients to use the Six Healing Sounds to relieve depression, anxiety or anger; and body work oriented healers have used the Six Healing Sounds to help speed up healing, and the healer spends less of his own life force energy.
❤️If you want to learn fundamental Taoist exercises for balanced emotions, stress reduction and greater vitality, we invite you to join Master Mantak Chia's upcoming workshops on Taoist Emotional Wisdom online or on-site in Tao Garden, Thailand, on November 25-28.
In this workshops, you will have the chance to learn the jewels of Taoist wisdom and receive energy transmission from a legendary Master.
Lifetime access to recordings will be provided.
Learn more about teachings in Thailand and book your spot here:
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May the Qi be with you!🙏🏻

What is the secret of Master Chia’s hair?

Many students ask Tao Master Mantak Chia how he managed to keep his hair so great and strong despite his age ― in April 2024 he will turn 80!

Master Chia says the secret is simple ― the Microcosmic Orbit Meditation!🔥
Oftentimes the hair gets weak and falls because too much energy is stuck in the head for overthinking, worrying, and energy blockages in the body. The head gets too hot, overheats and hair just burns out and falls. Do you also have some issues with your hair? Share in the comments👇🏻
When too much energy is stuck in the head, it usually means that the Yin energy channel ― the Functional Channel ― is congested and doesn’t allow the energy to lower down by the front of the body and cool down the system.
Yang energy is very hot, and too much Yang energy stuck in the head for a long time could be quite dangerous for one’s mental and physical health.
Yang energy channel ― the Governor Channel ― flows from the perineum up through the spine into the brain. From there, it goes back down to the roof of the mouth.
The tongue acts like a switch that connects the Yin and Yang currents, for when it is touched to the roof of the mouth, the energy starts to flow in a circle up the spine and back down the front of the body. When this happens, Tao Masters say that the «Microcosmic Orbit» has been completed.
The Microcosmic Orbit is a cornerstone practice of the Healing Tao, as it constitutes a powerful tool to make one’s energy circulate freely, abundantly for greater health and vitality.
The Microcosmic Orbit meditation permits to harmonize Yin and Yang energies of the body creating greater balance and redistributing Qi, the vital force, to the organs and systems that need extra energy. When your Orbit is open, its vital current gives your cells the juice to grow, heal, and function.
☯️If you want to learn how to open your Microcosmic Orbit for a more vibrant living, we invite you to join Master Mantak Chia’s Energy meditation workshop on online (December 1-4) or on-site (December 1-5) in Tao Garden, Thailand.
In this workshop, Master Chia will also transmit energy to help you open and circulate Qi in the orbit.
Follow this link for details and booking on-site in Thailand:
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Lifetime access to recordings will be provided.
Welcome, and may the Qi be with you!🙏🏻

Friday, November 17, 2023

Knock your teeth every day for better health ― the Tao says

Knock your teeth every day for better health ― the Tao says🦷
Knocking the teeth is a simple daily practice that brings about both physical and spiritual benefits. The position of the tongue is very important here.
When you place your tongue up just behind the upper teeth, and your teeth lightly touch, you can feel that Qi (universal force, vital energy) is coming up to your head, and flowing down into your nostrils to the tip of the tongue.
At this point, you can feel your teeth knocking on each other because of the bio-electricity generated. When Qi goes to your teeth, it makes your teeth stronger, and this way you can preserve your own teeth for a longer time.
Furthermore, the tongue, when it is up, begins to act like a switch that connects 2 very important energy channels of the human body.
The Functional Channel begins at the base of the trunk at the perineum. It flows upward into the body past the genitals, stomach organs, heart, and throat. This channel has a Yin, or cold nature.
The Governor Channel starts in the same place. It flows from the perineum upwards into the tailbone, up through the spine into the brain. From there, it goes back down to the roof of the mouth. This route is Yang, or hot in nature.
When the tongue is touched to the roof of the mouth, the energy starts looping around in circles up the spine and back down the front of the body.
This is called the Microcosmic Orbit Meditation ― the cornerstone practice of the Healing Tao teaching you the basics of circulating and directing Qi.
The practice consists in clearing these 2 crucial energy routes of obstruction and creating a closed circuit, which links the vital organs and provides a larger supply of warm revitalizing energy current to all bodily systems. This mixes hot and cold energies, balancing your physical, mental, and emotional selves.
The Microcosmic Orbit is recommended to learn before proceeding with male and female Taoist sexual practices, as if too much sexual energy raises up to the brain, it may have unwanted consequences such as Kundalini psychosis.
Full Microcosmic Orbit opening will be taught at Master Mantak Chia’s Energy Meditation workshop with energy transmission this December🔥
Join the Energy Meditation workshop ONLINE here on December 1-4:
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❤️This will be followed by Taoist Sexual Practices intensive course (online and in Thailand as well) on December 8-19, where both men and women can learn the most sacred esoteric sexual practices for mastering their sexual energy, providing holistic healing, and reaching multiorgasmicity.
Get your early bird discount for Sexual Practices ONLINE here:
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Early bird prices for on-site are valid until November 21st, and for online ― until December 1st!🔥
Welcome, and may the Qi be with you!🙏🏻

Monday, November 13, 2023

Never attempt anything without complete information

An Aeroplane cleaner was cleaning the Pilot's cockpit, when he saw a book titled, "HOW TO FLY AN AEROPLANE FOR BEGINNERS (Volume 1)

He opened the first (1st) page which said: "To start the engine, press the red button...". He did so, and the airplane engine started...

He was happy and opened the next page...:
"To get the airplane moving, press the blue button... "He did so, and the plane started moving at an amazing speed...

He wanted to fly, so he opened the third (3rd) page which said: To let the airplane fly, please press the green button... "He did so and the plane started to fly...

He was excited...!!

After twenty (20) minutes of flying, he was satisfied, and wanted to land, so he decided to go to the fourth (4th) page... and page four (4) says; "To be able to know how to land a plane, please purchase Volume 2 at the nearest bookshop!"

*Moral Lesson*

Never attempt anything without complete information

*Half Education is not only dangerous but destructive!!!* A word is enough for the wise.

 Dr Fami

Thursday, November 09, 2023

Who is the Devon man who inspired the Patteson’s Way?

A Devon curate who became a missionary and was later murdered in the South Pacific is remembered in a walk through the landscape where he grew up

Opened to honour the life and legacy of local man John Coleridge Patteson, ‘Patteson’s Way’ is an eight mile circular walking route through the beautiful East Devon countryside. Though Patteson started life in this part of Devon, he bravely ventured to the other side of the world where he inspired and transformed lives. His brutal murder caused outrage back home and hastened the end of the slave trade in the Pacific territories.

Patteson, great nephew of poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, was born in 1827 and grew up at Feniton Court, near Honiton. He attended The King’s School, Ottery St Mary, then Eton College and Oxford University. Returning to his East Devon roots, Patteson was ordained as a curate and served at Alfington church for two years.

In 1855, he received a life-changing invitation from Bishop Selwyn of Auckland (who was visiting Feniton), asking him to work in the South Pacific as a missionary. Although Patteson’s widowed father initially refused to let his son go to what was seen as a dangerous part of the world, he later relented and the invitation was accepted. Alfington parishioners were unhappy with the loss of their popular curate and blamed Bishop Selwyn!

With a thirst for adventure, Patteson set off from Devon in a stagecoach on the first leg of a staggering 9,500 mile trip to Melanesia.

Patteson was not what you might think of as a typical 19th century missionary. He was a gentle man who had a sincere respect for the new cultures and customs he encountered. He learned to speak 23 of the islands’ 1,000 languages, a knowledge which helped him to connect with the indigenous people. A great equaliser, he made no distinction between the Melanesians and the Europeans who were accompanying him.

Missionaries were not always welcomed, at times shot at with deadly poisoned arrows. Added to which, the islands he visited were spread across thousands of miles of ocean and members of his party suffered frequent outbreaks of illness such as malaria.

Undeterred by these hurdles, Patteson gained the trust of local people, preaching to communities and setting up schools. This work led to the spread of Christianity in the South Seas. He was consecrated as the first Bishop of Melanesia and Head of the Melanesian Mission in 1861, an area covering the nations of the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and New Caledonia.

At the age of 44, Patteson’s life came to a tragic end. Landing on the island of Nukapu, he was beaten to death by local people. It is likely that he had been mistaken for a ‘blackbirder’. ‘Blackbirding’ was the kidnapping of young Melanesian men to work as poorly paid labourers, a common practice then. Ironically, Patteson had campaigned tirelessly for the end of blackbirding and slavery. Five young men from that island had recently been kidnapped and recruited for the Queensland or Fiji Plantations - Patteson may well have been the victim of a revenge attack.

This shocking murder caused outrage, expediting legislation to end the trade in human lives, the British government resolving to stamp out slavery in all its Pacific territories. The incident also generated increased interest in missionary work and improving the working conditions of labourers in Melanesia.

Despite Patteson’s untimely and tragic death, the church he created in the South Pacific remains strong to this day. Christians in Melanesia still revere Patteson as a martyr, many regarding his family home and churches in Devon as places of pilgrimage.

Patteson’s Way was officially opened by The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby in September 2021, the 150th anniversary of Patteson’s martyrdom. The route begins and ends at St Andrew’s Church, Feniton, beside the Patteson family grave. It then winds through to Alfington’s St James and St Anne Church, heading on to Ottery St Mary and St Mary’s Church, which has a Melanesian chapel. Looping back to Feniton, the route passes the impressive stone monument, Patteson’s Cross, which was refurbished in 2016.

The legacy of Patteson lives on in both East Devon and the South Pacific. Why not tread the beautiful pilgrimage route yourself and reflect on a remarkable life?

Source HERE

Wednesday, November 08, 2023


1. This is a Phase.

Tough times are just a phase. They don't last forever. Life is a cycle of highs and lows. Remember, this too shall pass. You're in the middle of the storm now, but clear skies are ahead. Hold on.

2. You Are Stronger Than You Think.

Never underestimate your resilience.
- You've survived 100% of your bad days.
- Inside you, there is an inner strength.
- Your potential is greater than any problem.
Remember, you're stronger and more capable than you believe.

3. Small Steps Count.

Progress isn't always a leap forward. Sometimes it's tiny, almost imperceptible steps. Each step, no matter how small, brings you closer to your goal. Celebrate every bit of progress. Slow and steady can still win the race. Keep moving forward.

4. Remember Your 'Why'.

Think back to the reasons why you started. Reconnect with your motivation and your goals.

5. Failure is a Stepping Stone.

It's okay to fall but it's important to rise again. Every setback brings learning opportunities. Remember, every great success story involves overcoming obstacles. Keep going. Your story is being written.

6. Practice Self-Care.

Self-care is essential, especially during tough times.
- Eat nutritious food
- Exercise regularly
- Get adequate sleep
- Connect with loved ones
- Engage in activities that bring joy.
It’s not selfish, it's survival. Your well-being matters.

7. It's Okay to Ask for Help.

Remember, you're not alone in this journey.
- Reach out to friends, family, or professionals
- Open up about your struggles
- Seek support when you need it
Strength isn't just about enduring in silence. It's also knowing when to ask for help.
To my friends and readers, Fight for yourself. No matter how difficult it becomes, never let yourself give in. After some time, your spark will eventually return. You will come out happier, healthier, and wiser. We are in this together.