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  • . Y esta es mi felicidad contenida,  que resguarda tus caricias, de las tantas miradas con las que te conocí, me enamoré cada 3 días lluvia, y 7 días de sol. Tu recuerdo bajo esta hamaca se acomoda, como el de la estrella que aún no me ha visitado, pero nacía de ganas de verte acostada a lado mío, esperare 2 o 3 vidas más, para ver si después, nos encontramos en forma de animales y entonces por fin podamos dormir encima de aquel árbol, sin tanta afonía y con pequeños recuerdos. Eres lo más bonito que he visto en mi vida.  #amazon #waponiamazon #rainforest #allyouneedisecuador #waorani #indigenous
  • . Y esta es mi felicidad contenida, que resguarda tus caricias, de las tantas miradas con las que te conocí, me enamoré cada 3 días lluvia, y 7 días de sol. Tu recuerdo bajo esta hamaca se acomoda, como el de la estrella que aún no me ha visitado, pero nacía de ganas de verte acostada a lado mío, esperare 2 o 3 vidas más, para ver si después, nos encontramos en forma de animales y entonces por fin podamos dormir encima de aquel árbol, sin tanta afonía y con pequeños recuerdos. Eres lo más bonito que he visto en mi vida. #amazon #waponiamazon #rainforest #allyouneedisecuador #waorani #indigenous
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  • I am a product of divine femininity and masculinity. I’ve made errors.. have made wrong decisions.. learning from all that doesn’t serve me and gaining wisdom through the process of learning, healing and hurting. I’ve been both the toxic person & the positive. I can sometimes be my own worst enemy. I just want to change my toxic traits & let love in to my heart from and enjoy all the prosperity this life may bring. I am both humble and blessed. No one greater than our creator & I trust my process. #repost cuz I didn’t like the scaling on the first one lol!
#wisdom #knowledge #mayan #chichenitza #travel #traveler #traveladdict #sevenwondersoftheworld #mexico #yucatan #indigenous
  • I am a product of divine femininity and masculinity. I’ve made errors.. have made wrong decisions.. learning from all that doesn’t serve me and gaining wisdom through the process of learning, healing and hurting. I’ve been both the toxic person & the positive. I can sometimes be my own worst enemy. I just want to change my toxic traits & let love in to my heart from and enjoy all the prosperity this life may bring. I am both humble and blessed. No one greater than our creator & I trust my process. #repost cuz I didn’t like the scaling on the first one lol!
    #wisdom #knowledge #mayan #chichenitza #travel #traveler #traveladdict #sevenwondersoftheworld #mexico #yucatan #indigenous
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  • They might have tried to erase our culture, our tribes, our languages, our ties to our continent and our identity, but they cannot erase our beautiful brown faces! F$&@ you kkkolonizers!!!———————————————————-➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️Follow @brown continent. Please help keep our website running by donating or buying our products. Every little bit helps! Thank you! Link in bio.
  • They might have tried to erase our culture, our tribes, our languages, our ties to our continent and our identity, but they cannot erase our beautiful brown faces! [email protected] you kkkolonizers!!!———————————————————-➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️Follow @brown continent. Please help keep our website running by donating or buying our products. Every little bit helps! Thank you! Link in bio.
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  • Can’t think of a better way to wrap up traveling from Captiva Island to home by way of a few pit stops... picking up my love @frankbuffalohyde during a tornado 👀 and meeting Lucy and her family this evening as a part of the American Australian Arts Fund @olsengruin 🙌🏽💯💖 Elders... especially weavers are super kind and patient with me and I laughed a bit at a lot of my mistakes which in itself was much needed good medicine 🙌🏽💯💖 Tábūtní @mskungka22 for a blessed evening and all that you do 🥰 @klugeruhe and for capturing this moment together 🙌🏽💯💖 #breachlogbookrr39 #Shinnecock #Calusa #Wagilak #weaving #memory #indigenous #waterpeople #knowledge
  • Can’t think of a better way to wrap up traveling from Captiva Island to home by way of a few pit stops... picking up my love @frankbuffalohyde during a tornado 👀 and meeting Lucy and her family this evening as a part of the American Australian Arts Fund @olsengruin 🙌🏽💯💖 Elders... especially weavers are super kind and patient with me and I laughed a bit at a lot of my mistakes which in itself was much needed good medicine 🙌🏽💯💖 Tábūtní @mskungka22 for a blessed evening and all that you do 🥰 @klugeruhe and for capturing this moment together 🙌🏽💯💖 #breachlogbookrr39 #Shinnecock #Calusa #Wagilak #weaving #memory #indigenous #waterpeople #knowledge
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  • #regram from @melbournebschool 
#unimelb #busecomelb * * *

A discussion on how to improve the economic participation of First Australians saw Indigenous leaders travel to Melbourne Business School from as far as 3000km away last week. Inspired by the success of the MURRA Indigenous Business Master Class Program, the event was attended by 50 Indigenous elders, entrepreneurs and business leaders as well as staff from Melbourne Business School and the University of Melbourne. "My hope in organising this event is for an economically-powerful Indigenous Australia," said Associate Professor Michelle Evans, director and co-founder of the MURRA program. "To bring together such a group from across the country – including MURRA alumni from as far away as Broome, all sharing their stories of entrepreneurial activism – tells us that our stakeholders are committed to travelling on this journey with us." More than 150 Indigenous entrepreneurs have completed the MURRA program and formed a powerful support network to boost the Indigenous business sector, but Dr Evans said there were also structural barriers facing the broader community that needed to be addressed. "Strong Indigenous firms inspire and spin out new indigenous enterprises and joint ventures. But there are challenges at the policy and practice levels of corporate and government Australia that need to be tackled, and this is the issue we are hoping to address." You can read more about the event at mbs.edu/news 🎓
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#melbourne #australia #business #indigenous #leadership #education #firstaustralians #murra
  • #regram from @melbournebschool
    #unimelb #busecomelb * * *

    A discussion on how to improve the economic participation of First Australians saw Indigenous leaders travel to Melbourne Business School from as far as 3000km away last week. Inspired by the success of the MURRA Indigenous Business Master Class Program, the event was attended by 50 Indigenous elders, entrepreneurs and business leaders as well as staff from Melbourne Business School and the University of Melbourne. "My hope in organising this event is for an economically-powerful Indigenous Australia," said Associate Professor Michelle Evans, director and co-founder of the MURRA program. "To bring together such a group from across the country – including MURRA alumni from as far away as Broome, all sharing their stories of entrepreneurial activism – tells us that our stakeholders are committed to travelling on this journey with us." More than 150 Indigenous entrepreneurs have completed the MURRA program and formed a powerful support network to boost the Indigenous business sector, but Dr Evans said there were also structural barriers facing the broader community that needed to be addressed. "Strong Indigenous firms inspire and spin out new indigenous enterprises and joint ventures. But there are challenges at the policy and practice levels of corporate and government Australia that need to be tackled, and this is the issue we are hoping to address." You can read more about the event at mbs.edu/news 🎓
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    #melbourne #australia #business #indigenous #leadership #education #firstaustralians #murra
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  • TEAM WINTER 
We are all ready for Friday the hard part is done time to have some fun
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    We are all ready for Friday the hard part is done time to have some fun
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  • A discussion on how to improve the economic participation of First Australians saw Indigenous leaders travel to Melbourne Business School from as far as 3000km away last week. Inspired by the success of the MURRA Indigenous Business Master Class Program, the event was attended by 50 Indigenous elders, entrepreneurs and business leaders as well as staff from Melbourne Business School and the University of Melbourne. "My hope in organising this event is for an economically-powerful Indigenous Australia," said Associate Professor Michelle Evans, director and co-founder of the MURRA program. "To bring together such a group from across the country – including MURRA alumni from as far away as Broome, all sharing their stories of entrepreneurial activism – tells us that our stakeholders are committed to travelling on this journey with us." More than 150 Indigenous entrepreneurs have completed the MURRA program and formed a powerful support network to boost the Indigenous business sector, but Dr Evans said there were also structural barriers facing the broader community that needed to be addressed. "Strong Indigenous firms inspire and spin out new indigenous enterprises and joint ventures. But there are challenges at the policy and practice levels of corporate and government Australia that need to be tackled, and this is the issue we are hoping to address." You can read more about the event at mbs.edu/news 🎓
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#melbourne #australia #business #indigenous #leadership #education #firstaustralians #murra
  • A discussion on how to improve the economic participation of First Australians saw Indigenous leaders travel to Melbourne Business School from as far as 3000km away last week. Inspired by the success of the MURRA Indigenous Business Master Class Program, the event was attended by 50 Indigenous elders, entrepreneurs and business leaders as well as staff from Melbourne Business School and the University of Melbourne. "My hope in organising this event is for an economically-powerful Indigenous Australia," said Associate Professor Michelle Evans, director and co-founder of the MURRA program. "To bring together such a group from across the country – including MURRA alumni from as far away as Broome, all sharing their stories of entrepreneurial activism – tells us that our stakeholders are committed to travelling on this journey with us." More than 150 Indigenous entrepreneurs have completed the MURRA program and formed a powerful support network to boost the Indigenous business sector, but Dr Evans said there were also structural barriers facing the broader community that needed to be addressed. "Strong Indigenous firms inspire and spin out new indigenous enterprises and joint ventures. But there are challenges at the policy and practice levels of corporate and government Australia that need to be tackled, and this is the issue we are hoping to address." You can read more about the event at mbs.edu/news 🎓
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    #melbourne #australia #business #indigenous #leadership #education #firstaustralians #murra
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Top #indigenous Posts

  • Self Love is a daily art. Cherish your craft. Anything can be a Love letter. Laugh. Cry. Cradle your heart. Remember joy. Remind yourself the sky isn't falling. Unpuzzle your doubt. Look at your true face in the clear reflection of Love. Call on your ancestors. Dance to the music of silence. Embrace your rest. Stay in your ceremonies. Give yourself a sacred name. @jaiyajohn

From my newest book, Daughter Drink This Water, online at booksellers. Audiobook exclusively at my website. Bio link.

Book a keynote, talk, or book reading. Bio link.

If one of my books has touched you, write a review on Amazon, and I will gift you with a book of mine of your choice. Only review if you have truly read the book, please. DM me to let me know you have posted your review. Gratitude. Peace.
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  • Self Love is a daily art. Cherish your craft. Anything can be a Love letter. Laugh. Cry. Cradle your heart. Remember joy. Remind yourself the sky isn't falling. Unpuzzle your doubt. Look at your true face in the clear reflection of Love. Call on your ancestors. Dance to the music of silence. Embrace your rest. Stay in your ceremonies. Give yourself a sacred name. @jaiyajohn

    From my newest book, Daughter Drink This Water, online at booksellers. Audiobook exclusively at my website. Bio link.

    Book a keynote, talk, or book reading. Bio link.

    If one of my books has touched you, write a review on Amazon, and I will gift you with a book of mine of your choice. Only review if you have truly read the book, please. DM me to let me know you have posted your review. Gratitude. Peace.
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  • This must-read middle grade/YA adaptation of the history of the United States from the perspective of Indigenous peoples was released today✨✨✨
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Today in the United States, there are more than five hundred federally recognized Indigenous nations comprising nearly three million people, descendants of the fifteen million Native people who once inhabited this land. Spanning more than 400 years, this classic bottom-up history examines the legacy of Indigenous peoples' resistance, resilience, and steadfast fight against imperialism. Going beyond the story of America as a country "discovered" by a few brave men in the "New World," Indigenous human rights advocate Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz reveals the roles that settler colonialism and policies of American Indian genocide played in forming our national identity. .
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The original academic text is fully adapted by renowned curriculum experts Debbie Reese (@dreese_nambe) and Jean Mendoza, for middle-grade and young adult readers to include discussion topics, archival images, original maps, recommendations for further reading, and other materials to encourage students, teachers, and general readers to think critically about their own place in history. A necessary title for middle grade classrooms and homes. Ages 12 and up.
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#NewBook #BookBirthday #Native #Indigenous #AmericanHistory #PeoplesHistory #MustRead #TeachersOfInstagram #TeachersOfIG #MiddleGrade #Bookstagram #YA #History #KidsBookstagram #Colonialism
  • This must-read middle grade/YA adaptation of the history of the United States from the perspective of Indigenous peoples was released today✨✨✨
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    Today in the United States, there are more than five hundred federally recognized Indigenous nations comprising nearly three million people, descendants of the fifteen million Native people who once inhabited this land. Spanning more than 400 years, this classic bottom-up history examines the legacy of Indigenous peoples' resistance, resilience, and steadfast fight against imperialism. Going beyond the story of America as a country "discovered" by a few brave men in the "New World," Indigenous human rights advocate Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz reveals the roles that settler colonialism and policies of American Indian genocide played in forming our national identity. .
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    The original academic text is fully adapted by renowned curriculum experts Debbie Reese (@dreese_nambe) and Jean Mendoza, for middle-grade and young adult readers to include discussion topics, archival images, original maps, recommendations for further reading, and other materials to encourage students, teachers, and general readers to think critically about their own place in history. A necessary title for middle grade classrooms and homes. Ages 12 and up.
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    #NewBook #BookBirthday #Native #Indigenous #AmericanHistory #PeoplesHistory #MustRead #TeachersOfInstagram #TeachersOfIG #MiddleGrade #Bookstagram #YA #History #KidsBookstagram #Colonialism
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  • If an act causes you harm, practice not doing it. If an act causes you healing, practice doing it. If a feeling causes you suffering, practice releasing it. If a feeling causes you wellness, practice feeling it. If a person causes you hurt, practice forgiving them. If a person causes you joy, practice cherishing them. If your kindness causes you happiness, practice kindness. If your unkindness causes you sadness, practice kindness. If Love causes you life, practice Loving. If beauty moves your soul, practice soulful beauty. If prayer brings you bliss, practice being a prayer. If being born causes you to be washed and new, practice birthing yourself in every moment. If living causes you to cry gratitude, practice being all the way alive. @jaiyajohn

My newest book, Daughter Drink This Water, is online at booksellers. Audiobook exclusively at my website. Bio link.

Book a keynote, talk, or book reading. Bio link.

If one of my books has touched you, write a review on Amazon, and I will gift you with a book of mine of your choice. Only review if you have truly read the book, please. DM me to let me know you have posted your review. Gratitude. Peace.
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  • If an act causes you harm, practice not doing it. If an act causes you healing, practice doing it. If a feeling causes you suffering, practice releasing it. If a feeling causes you wellness, practice feeling it. If a person causes you hurt, practice forgiving them. If a person causes you joy, practice cherishing them. If your kindness causes you happiness, practice kindness. If your unkindness causes you sadness, practice kindness. If Love causes you life, practice Loving. If beauty moves your soul, practice soulful beauty. If prayer brings you bliss, practice being a prayer. If being born causes you to be washed and new, practice birthing yourself in every moment. If living causes you to cry gratitude, practice being all the way alive. @jaiyajohn

    My newest book, Daughter Drink This Water, is online at booksellers. Audiobook exclusively at my website. Bio link.

    Book a keynote, talk, or book reading. Bio link.

    If one of my books has touched you, write a review on Amazon, and I will gift you with a book of mine of your choice. Only review if you have truly read the book, please. DM me to let me know you have posted your review. Gratitude. Peace.
    🌕
  •  1,953  35  23 July, 2019
  • Anika Coley-Sudlovenick honoured both her Inuk and Jamaican heritage on Nunavut Day.
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The toddler wore a traditional outfit passed down from her mother, Miali Coley-Sudlovenick, while celebrating in Iqaluit.
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The sealskin boots and pants were made by her grandmother and Anika’s parents worked together to make the headpiece.
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The green and yellow beadwork paid tribute to her maternal grandfather’s Jamaican ancestry.
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“It was a combined effort and Anika wore it beautifully to celebrate the 20th Nunavut Day,” Miali Coley-Sudlovenick wrote on CBC Nunavut’s Facebook page.
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Nunavut Day is celebrated on July 9 because July 9, 1993 is when the Nunavut Land Claim Agreement went into effect. Nunavut officially became a territory on April 1, 1999. •
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Photo: Jason Salluviniq | @cbcnunavut #Nunavut #NunavutDay #Inuit #Jamaica #Indigenous #beadwork
  • Anika Coley-Sudlovenick honoured both her Inuk and Jamaican heritage on Nunavut Day.

    The toddler wore a traditional outfit passed down from her mother, Miali Coley-Sudlovenick, while celebrating in Iqaluit.

    The sealskin boots and pants were made by her grandmother and Anika’s parents worked together to make the headpiece.

    The green and yellow beadwork paid tribute to her maternal grandfather’s Jamaican ancestry.

    “It was a combined effort and Anika wore it beautifully to celebrate the 20th Nunavut Day,” Miali Coley-Sudlovenick wrote on CBC Nunavut’s Facebook page.

    Nunavut Day is celebrated on July 9 because July 9, 1993 is when the Nunavut Land Claim Agreement went into effect. Nunavut officially became a territory on April 1, 1999. •


    Photo: Jason Salluviniq | @cbcnunavut #Nunavut #NunavutDay #Inuit #Jamaica #Indigenous #beadwork
  •  3,146  40  22 July, 2019
  • Así fue cómo Hernán Cortés describió Tenochtitlán

Hernan Cortés dejó muchos testimonios acerca de cómo era Tenochtitlan, a continuación te presentamos un fragmento de lo que el escribió sobre la gran Tenochtitlan, a continuación uno de sus textos describiendo lo que vio a su llegada, ¿increíble no? Hubiera sido increíble lo que sus ojos vieron. 
CARTA DE CORTÉS AL EMPERADOR CARLOS V ( Fragmento) "Esta gran ciudad de Tenochtitlán está fundada en esta laguna, y desde la Tierra Firme hasta el cuerpo de la dicha ciudad, por cualquier parte que quisiesen entrar en ella, hay dos leguas. Tiene cuatro entradas, todas de calzada hecha a mano, tan ancha como dos lanzas jinetas. Es tan grande la ciudad como Sevilla y Córdoba. Son las calles de ella, digo las principales, muy anchas y muy derechas, y algunas de estas y todas las demás son la mitad de tierra y por la otro mitad es agua, por la cual andan en sus canoas, y todas las calles, de trecho a trecho, están abiertas, por donde atraviesa el agua de las unas a las otras, y en todas estas aberturas, que algunas son muy anchas, hay sus puentes, de muy anchas y muy grandes vigas juntas y recias y bien labradas, y tales, que por muchas de ellas pueden pasar diez de caballo juntos a la par. Y viéndo que si los naturales de esta ciudad quisiesen hacer alguna traición tenían para ello mucho aparejo, por ser la dicha ciudad edificada de la menera que digo, y que quitadas las puentes de las entradas y salidas nos podrían dejar morir de hambre sin que pudiésemos salir a la tierra, luego que entré en la dicha ciudad di mucha prisa a hacer cuatro bergantines, y los hice en muy breve tiempo, tales que podían echar trecientos hombres en la tierra y llevar los caballos cada vez que quisiésemos."
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Sígueme @yaocelotlest
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  • Así fue cómo Hernán Cortés describió Tenochtitlán

    Hernan Cortés dejó muchos testimonios acerca de cómo era Tenochtitlan, a continuación te presentamos un fragmento de lo que el escribió sobre la gran Tenochtitlan, a continuación uno de sus textos describiendo lo que vio a su llegada, ¿increíble no? Hubiera sido increíble lo que sus ojos vieron.
    CARTA DE CORTÉS AL EMPERADOR CARLOS V ( Fragmento) "Esta gran ciudad de Tenochtitlán está fundada en esta laguna, y desde la Tierra Firme hasta el cuerpo de la dicha ciudad, por cualquier parte que quisiesen entrar en ella, hay dos leguas. Tiene cuatro entradas, todas de calzada hecha a mano, tan ancha como dos lanzas jinetas. Es tan grande la ciudad como Sevilla y Córdoba. Son las calles de ella, digo las principales, muy anchas y muy derechas, y algunas de estas y todas las demás son la mitad de tierra y por la otro mitad es agua, por la cual andan en sus canoas, y todas las calles, de trecho a trecho, están abiertas, por donde atraviesa el agua de las unas a las otras, y en todas estas aberturas, que algunas son muy anchas, hay sus puentes, de muy anchas y muy grandes vigas juntas y recias y bien labradas, y tales, que por muchas de ellas pueden pasar diez de caballo juntos a la par. Y viéndo que si los naturales de esta ciudad quisiesen hacer alguna traición tenían para ello mucho aparejo, por ser la dicha ciudad edificada de la menera que digo, y que quitadas las puentes de las entradas y salidas nos podrían dejar morir de hambre sin que pudiésemos salir a la tierra, luego que entré en la dicha ciudad di mucha prisa a hacer cuatro bergantines, y los hice en muy breve tiempo, tales que podían echar trecientos hombres en la tierra y llevar los caballos cada vez que quisiésemos."
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    #Mexico #cultura #cultural #culture #prehispanic #instagram #foto #arqueologia #archaeology #civilization #mesoamerica #mesoamérica #photo #photography #photographer #museo #museum #mexicanpride #orgullomexicano #mexicano #mexicolindo #mexicosorprendente #mimexico #mexicolors #historiademexico #indigenous #indigenas #culturaindigena
  •  2,902  15  9 hours ago
  • You can always be gentler to you. You inherited punishment spirit. Endow those who come after you with self Love ways. What are some of your gentleness practices? Share here and add your kindling to the soul fire. @jaiyajohn

My newest book, Daughter Drink This Water, is online at booksellers. Audiobook exclusively at my website. Bio link.

Book a keynote, talk, healing circle, or book reading. Bio link.

If one of my books has touched you, write a review on Amazon, and I will gift you with a book of mine of your choice. Only review if you have truly read the book, please. DM me to let me know you have posted your review. Gratitude. Peace.
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  • You can always be gentler to you. You inherited punishment spirit. Endow those who come after you with self Love ways. What are some of your gentleness practices? Share here and add your kindling to the soul fire. @jaiyajohn

    My newest book, Daughter Drink This Water, is online at booksellers. Audiobook exclusively at my website. Bio link.

    Book a keynote, talk, healing circle, or book reading. Bio link.

    If one of my books has touched you, write a review on Amazon, and I will gift you with a book of mine of your choice. Only review if you have truly read the book, please. DM me to let me know you have posted your review. Gratitude. Peace.
    🌕
  •  2,517  88  22 July, 2019