April 21, 2019
"Still I Rise" with Rev. Roxanne Buckle
In Still I Rise, Rev. Roxanne borrows inspiration from the poem by Maya Angelou of the same title, in which she speaks about the prejudices and injustices of being a black woman. Rev. Roxanne draws parallels to our own challenges of attempting to live from the knowing of our divine worth while faced with the reality of the human condition.
In what ways does our conditioning, our being asleep to our true essence and our lack of understanding and acceptance of our shadow create the oppression of our divine identity. How do we apply the power of spiritual strength to acknowledge our own inner crucifixions, and pivot our consciousness so that we are truly experiencing a resurrection in consciousness in the face of ego opposition.
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Weekly Quote & Affirmation of the Month
Quote of the Week: "Always know you are more than enough. You are precious, unique, and worth being adored, cherished and treasured!" - Kandee Johnson
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