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    The Blueprint Rx Retreat

    The 2nd Annual Soul Work Rx: The Blueprint Women’s Retreat is a carefully curated EXCLUSIVE & INTIMATE 3 DAY/2 night life shifting wellness experience prioritizing women of color mental health. With only 50 attendees participants will be taking a deep dive into their healing in the areas of trust, fear, vulnerability, shame, trauma, toxicity, sex and relationships, and so much more. Access Passes: $275-525 Registration includes all access pass to 3 days and 2 nights of retreat content and workshops, transportation to all retreat activities, some meals and Soul Work Rx swag. Day 1 Yoga + Meditation Healing Sessions on Loss, Understanding Trauma, Transforming Pain into Purpose Guided Trap N…

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    In the midNIGHT Hour

    In the midNight hour is a one night only cosmic Soul Work Rx galactic call into the stratosphere of your soul. It’s for men and women equipped to sift through the wilderness and into the light. A night of euphoria and awakening of your true power. Visionary Dominique Mack leads us into the divine with groundings, language, downloads and strategy.  Doors open at 11:00pm  Location: Jekyll Island Convention Center  Tickets on Sale NOW:  General Admission $49.99 entrance into the ‘in the midNIGHT hour’ experience.  All COVID-19 precautions will be strictly enforced: temperature checks, masks, and social distance. midNight Hour Tickets General Admission $49.99 USD

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    It’s Open Season.

    Read and Listen Along  Last Thursday afternoon, on a whim I invited my sister Cece to lunch. Me and Cece have actually never gone to lunch. We are both too busy all the time from running businesses, to being mothers, partners and everything else in between. But, I listened to what felt like was right for me to do. I called Cece. And she said yes to going to my new favorite Thai place in town. I was feening for Thai Iced Tea + Drunken Noodles. Turns out the Thai place was closed, so of course I found myself twirling the aisles of TJ MAXX. Cause let’s be honest it’s…

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    Application + Implementation

    Read and listen along My absolute favorite quote from my grandmother is: “The one thing nobody can take from you is an education.” They can take away a car, a house, a man, a woman. But, nobody can take away what you know.  In conversation with a new dear friend Taylor, I received this message for the times.  The second act of what my grandmother was teaching me is application. You can have all the knowledge and know how and do nothing with it. What good is it to know something and not apply it? The rest of 2020 is about application and implementation.  The hardest part of soul work…

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    Sometimes I get weary

    Listen and Read along Last Wednesday evening, naked and wrapped in my favorite cream colored comforter, I let out a wail so deep inside I didn’t even know it existed.  It was a cosmic and euphoric cry.  All the matter had combined and compounded into a nucleus that I could not ignore.  It started the day before from a voice note from my sister Derrika. She said, “You don’t know how much you model for people that the life they desire is possible. You don’t know the magnitude of how you inspire people to move out of fear.”  I spontaneously uttered an emotional cry, “Thank you. It is lonely” So…

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    An Open Letter to my Mama on her 57th birthday

      Listen and Read along  For most of my life I have dreaded mother’s day or any holiday or birthday that reminded me of my mother. I honestly didn’t believe my mother loved me. Too many times my mother had chosen men over me and my sister, that I thought loving my mother was a lost cause.  Too much trauma had occurred from being Gwen’s daughter and yet I never wanted to be anybody else’s baby.    I look back on the fifty seven years of my mother’s life and I am glad to have known her in this lifetime.  She is the stratosphere for me on what it means…

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    God Undefined

      Listen and Read along Last night I ate watermelon for dinner and it was so full and so sweet I am convinced God was in it and my grandaddy was too. And you know what he probably was. I can never not think about my grandaddy while eating watermelon, seeing the watermelon-man on the side of the road or even piled high in the pristine aisles of the grocery store. Nowadays, watermelons give me great joy, but they also make me weep. Weep because I want to go on 27th ave and pick juicy green watermelons with my grandaddy one more time.  For many of us God showed up…