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Breaking Free: Turning Negative Thoughts into Positive Power

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 Breaking Free: Turning Negative Thoughts into Positive Power Breaking Free Peace, Power, and Joy to my Family! It’s your brother ha2tim, here to light up that path from the shadows of doubt to the sunshine of self-belief. Today’s vibe? We’re tackling that inner chatter, flipping the script from those nagging negative loops to empowering, positive affirmations that elevate our spirit and guide us toward our true greatness. In this digital age, where the battlefield is as much in our minds as in the world around us, it's easy to get caught up in the undercurrents of negativity. But why settle for survival mode when we're meant to thrive? Let’s dive deep into transforming our mental game, moving from defense to offense in the arena of life. Recognizing the Power of Negative Loops Our brilliant minds, designed to protect us, can sometimes get stuck replaying the worst scenarios. This old-school survival tactic, while once crucial, now often holds us back from embracing the joy and

Wasted Resource

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Wasted Resource Introduction The youth of today are dealing with issues that we never dealt with; we are raising a generation of children who are exposed to everything. I say that our community needs to take the leadership role in molding and shaping our youth so they can become productive adults, who understand how to be leaders in their homes, communities, and workplaces. The issue is not “what do they know '' but rather “what do they know how to do” when it comes to being a man or woman. What is “rite of passage” ? Rite of passage is a ritual or ceremony to mark or celebrate the transition from one social state to another. It is commonly associated with such milestones as childbirth, puberty, marriage, and death. In a rite of passage, the initiate goes through an ordeal that challenges them physically and mentally, often involving symbolic death and rebirth into a new life. Examples of this include Christian baptism and confirmation; Jewish bar mitzvah; Confucian jinzi (son-

FairWeather Friends

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  Fairweather Friends Introduction Some people will only be your friend when you're doing well. They seem to be there whenever things are going well for you, but the moment something goes wrong in your life they disappear like a thief in the night. These type of friends we call fairweather friends, and I am convinced that having them around can lead to more harm than good. I wanted to share with you some telltale signs of a fairweather friend so that you'll know who is really with you! 1. Your Fairweather friends will disappear when you're going through something difficult. Fairweather friends are people who will disappear when you're going through something difficult. They're not assets, they are liabilities. They won't be there for you when life gets tough. They won't hold your hand and cry with you when things get hard—they'll probably run away as fast as they can because they don't want to deal with it or face their own problems by comparison. Fa
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  Public Enemy #1 Great Kujichagulia during this week of Nia (Purpose): This article was sparked when I was reviewing one of my old videos. During the time I was thinking heavily about the plight of our people, and some of the road blocks that are in the way of us making progress. I remember that in all my time working in the community I have always heard about the plight of the Black man. I have seen millions of dollars in my lifetime, and have been paid thousands of dollars to work with Black Men & Boys. I had to step back and ask myself the question: what about Black women and girls. To my knowledge there has been no major funding or pushes to reach out and save her. Being a Gye-Nyame Man and being taught and teaching others to ask questions, I had to ask this question. I know that this is going to rub many the wrong way but, when my enemy is investing heavily into something I have to look ask why. In our culture women are very important. We can find African societies that are m

Tribal Quotes 19: Being Black, Boldly Brilliant and Beautiful

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 Tribal Quotes 19: Being Black, Boldly Brilliant and Beautiful On this show Brother Kwame is interviews his niece Alexia Smith and I want to share some of the take aways from the interview that I picked up. In his usual fashion "The Black Yoda" connects this interview with one of the proverbs left to us by our Ancestors. The key lesson that I got was the idea about sacrifice in the pursuit of a goal. Our Ancestors state those who are not willing to sacrifice will not be fulfilled, and this young lady has demonstrated the willings to sacrifice. This can be seen in her pursuit of excellencce in the classroom, on the basketball court, and more importantly life. The interview with Alexia Smith was inspiring and eye-opening. It is clear that she has a strong work ethic and determination to succeed. She is a great role model for young people, especially Black girls who may feel like they are not good enough or that they have to sacrifice their dreams in order to achieve success. Li

Let's talk about the #NguzoSabaChallenge

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  Let's talk about the #NguzoSabaChallenge Introduction What are you doing to make this year your best yet? Are you taking time for self-care? Are you setting goals and creating action plans for those goals? Do you have a plan for maintaining your overall wellbeing in mind, body, and spirit? If not, I suggest that you give the #NguzoSabaChallenge a try. What's a daily log and how can you start a habit with it? A daily log is a tool that can help you develop and maintain a habit. It's not just about tracking your progress (though it does that), but also about reflecting on your progress. A daily log helps you see how far you've come and allows for celebration of those milestones, which will motivate you to keep going. As you begin tracking your habits, take note of the following: What is the first step in starting this habit? Is there something specific I need to do before or after this? How many times per day am I trying to practice my new habit? Is this too much or too

Mind Power

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Mind Power Peace Fam: Great Umoja, I have a post coming for you today. I have a lot of material and I want to make sure to get it all to you. As soon as I laid out a system that works, something else goes crazy in my life, forcing me to make more adjustments. But I am staying focused and writing to make sure I get you the proper content. Please pay attention to this post and start applying the idea, because many of us lack mind control, and create thoughts that hinder our personal growth. Tune in and post up some comments, and we will get to them. Introduction The Law of Mentalism. In this article, I’ll go over the basic concept of The Law of Mentalism and how it applies to human consciousness. You’ll learn how every single thought you think is actually an extension of your conscious awareness and is a manifestation of your mind’s ability to create reality from nothingness. Everything is made from one. The Law of Mentalism states that everything is made from one. The law is also known

The Hidden Power Of Fermented Food

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  The Hidden Power Of Fermented Food Introduction People have been fermenting food for thousands of years, but the concept has only recently risen to prominence thanks to new research about its health benefits. While researchers have known for a long time that fermented foods are rich in probiotics and healthy bacteria, we're now finding out that these foods can potentially boost our immune systems and help us fight off diseases. For example, scientists recently discovered that fermented foods can improve gut health by increasing the number of "good" bacteria in our stomachs. This helps protect us from auto-immune diseases like Crohn's disease and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). People who regularly eat fermented foods also report improved digestion and even clearer skin! We've compiled a list of some common types so you can begin implementing this age-old tradition into your own life today! Fermented food is a powerful weapon against auto-immune sickness You migh

GNJ # System

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  GNJ # System Introduction In the ancient world, we used numbers to count and calculate. Numbers were also used in rituals and religious ceremonies. Today, we still use numbers for these purposes, but they have become more important than ever before! Numbers provide a way to better understand ourselves as individuals. Numbers also provide a way to better understand the world around us and how we interact with it. Finally, numbers can help us learn more about how to behave so that we can achieve our goals, whether they are spiritual or material in nature. The GNJ system is a new approach that will allow you to gain insight into yourself by using numerology and astrology together! The first step is learning your Life Path Number (sometimes called your "birthday number"). This will tell you what kind of person you are at heart based on when you were born - which could be either good news or bad news depending on when that happens." Numbers provide a way to better understan

Axe' Breath And Health Benefits

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  Axe' Breath & Health Benefits Introduction How we breathe has a huge impact on our physical and mental health. Good breathing techniques help us to relax our muscles and keep our body healthy. Having a good breath can also help us stay focused and relaxed, which has many positive effects on the mind. In this article, we'll go over some of the benefits of breathing exercises and how they can be used to improve your physical health. Breath work has a calming effect Breath work has a calming effect. Breathing exercises can help you relax, fall asleep and stay calm when you're stressed out. Breathing deeply and slowly helps to calm the nervous system because it promotes the release of calming neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine. It also reduces stress-related hormones such as cortisol that may be contributing to your symptoms. The practice of breathing exercises stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS) by slowing us down so we feel more relaxed and pe

Gut Health & Disease

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  Gut health & disease Introduction We’ve recently begun to understand the importance of our bodies’ microbiomes. Microbiomes are populations of microbes—tiny microorganisms like bacteria and fungi—that live in and on our bodies. We have microbiomes in our mouths, on our skin, and of course, in our guts. Gut health and mental health You are not only what you eat, but also how it affects your gut. The gut is connected to the brain, and vice versa. This means that any problems in the digestive system can result in symptoms similar to those of neurological disorders like autism or schizophrenia. There are many different parts of the brain involved with digestion including: The Hypothalamus-Pituitary Axis (HPA) axis runs from your hypothalamus down to your pituitary gland which then releases hormones that signal other organs (like your adrenal glands) The Sympathetic Nervous System is responsible for controlling bodily functions such as heart rate and sweating when we're stressed o