The Gye-Nyame Tribe is an African Centered Organization, born of the will to survive and thrive as a people and community. Our approach is simple: We develop a stable, historically centered and healthy group of people who survive, create and grow economically.
Are you interested in joining an Afrocentric tribe? We’re here to help you determine if the Gye-Nyame tribe is a good fit for you.
I hope this weeks e-letter catches while you are on the rise. I developed this letter to motivate the hustler in alll of us. I believe that deep down inside, there lies a desire to accomplish what we were sent here to do. Unfortunately many of us have become comfortable with what the world has to offer, and fallen victim to our self imposed limitation. Hopeful this e-newsletter will help you push to the next level. I will be sharing information not only provided by Gye-Nyame Journey, but also from the many sights I use to research for my podcast. So sit back skim the articles, read what you like, share info with your network, and remember to support the Journey.
Also be on the lookout for the latest podcast from Gye-Nyame Journey:
After years of being behind the scenes in the lab creating music, DJ Kid Magic Rock has decided to share with the world the talent that has graced his studio. Tune in and see what is happening in hip-hop via Columbus, Ohio.
The ability to learn things quickly is a tremendous asset. People who can rapidly grasp new concepts, learn and apply new and effective skills, and process new information in a short amount of time have a distinct advantage over those who struggle to learn.
Let's face it: studying is hard. It's not fun, and sometimes it can be really hard to stay focused on the task at hand. However, it's vital to doing well in classes and staying well-informed. Although studying is no one's favorite activity, there are ways to study more efficiently.
If you're like most people, you dread conflict. Your ears burn and you start to sweat just thinking about it. It's a combat zone, where somebody wins and somebody loses. Somebody's right, and somebody's wrong. Maybe you avoid conflict, fearing hurt feelings, bruised egos and lost tempers.
We've all had our moments in life when we feel like we just can't take it anymore. Life gets us down. We feel beaten, broken, and like there's no way out. But what is the difference between the people who can turn it around and make lemonade out of lemons?
This is a morning podcast designed to help get you ready for the day. The podcast will be under 5 minutes and it will inspire you to move #aboveandbeyond the craziness in the world. Tune in and get your morning booster shot. So after listening to the show get in front of your favorite mirror and #giveyourselfpermission.
This last week we explored the power of using a pledge. Tune into sessions 84-88 for more information. Also checkout the T-shirt developed for the show...
Now here is a blast from the past. This particular episode helped to give birth to the podcast "Folktales For Grown Folks". This show also takes another step into the history of Gye as well as the history of the mythic Gye-Nyame People. Check it out and leave a comment. Don't be scared off by the title.
Now let's look at the process of pouring libations. This is a ritual that helps empower our people by helping us remember who we are, where we come from, and give us a deeper look at our connection to the universe in which we live. During libations we are able to reflect and give thanks to those that came before us, and lay the ground work for those that will come after us.
I will share here Dr. Carr pouring and an article from my blog explaining how to do it.
to connect with all that is/ and to cleanse our hearts/ I need to start this article by stating this information is based on my personal experience. I have been pouring libations for at least 20 years all over the country and personally.
Join us as we explore Hip-Hop: Is Hip-Hop a culture and as some say the re-birth of an ancient civilization? What are the elements of Hip-Hop? What is Hip-Hop's role in society? What is the spiritual roots of Hip-Hop? Can the true knowkedge of Hip-Hop improve your life?
Several groups have come together to build a process that embraces Hip-Hop culture and the process of ROP. The group is a partnership between Gye-Nyame Journey, Spiritual Roots Society, and the Columbus Chapter of SIMBA Circle. We will explore Hip-Hop culture using the book "Hip-Hop Decoded" by Black Dot.
Here is the Newsletter for May. Check it out and let me know what you think. Make sure you sign up for the "Black Signal" so that you can keep up with everything Gye-Nyame: for those that can't flip through the newsletter you can also download the PDF:
Here is a video that we found searching the public domain. I will be posting many more videos like this and using them in the Warrior training to demonstrate the power of symbolism and media. Feel free to join in on our discussions as well as post on this blog, my spreaker station, but more importantly follow this link back to my YouTube Station and push that subscribe button. I will also doing some personal shows on the series of cartoons and movies that I will be posting. The Idea is to hold discussion about these old videos, their effects, and how they may be playing a factor in our Areas today.
Great Ujima: It is time to discuss Ujima from the standpoint of Kujichagulia, and today I want to look at the responsibility part of this principle. We Know (at least those who have been listening) that Ujima in Gye-Nyame is Umoja in action. Ujima works because responsibility is exercised, but let's take this day to look into the idea of responsibility. Responsibility is the ability to be in control of our actions and words, it is a state of being accountable for one's actions and words. There is a deep level of self-respect and self-love that comes with responsibility. A responsible person knows who they are, they know who they are, they know where they are going, they know what they want, they know why they want it, and they know how to get it...in other words responsibility gives us power. Many of us do not want to take responsibility, but the reality is that we are responsible for our actions and non-actions. The lack of responsibility breeds anger, frustration, confusion,