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Detoxing: Cleansing The Bloodline from Curses & Negative Energy

There are a lot of people in the world today who honestly believe that their sh*t don’t stink.

Of course, there are a number reasons why someone’s sh*t would stink. One is that these people are on this deadly diet of toxins.
Dogmatic beliefs and bad perceptions actually clog up their arteries and energy passageways. Two, overtime they begin to take in a great deal of toxins that cannot be excreted properly. Three, their energy will start to get clogged throughout the body and soul, causing them to be more stopped up than a men’s public restroom toilet. These clogs can be easily fixed when they are very close to the surface. But can prove to be difficult to dislodge if they are all caught up in the pipes. So in a nutshell, negative energy can cause people to be full of sh*t.

So many of us are full of sh*t, partly because we fail to understand how are ancestral bloodlines work.

We get the part that
Obatala is the father of all orishas and is the genetic engineer who pieces together the human body and soul. We get the fact that Obatala created mutations and handicaps when he was drunk off his ass on palm wine. However, we fail to understand that during conception, our parents are pre-installing and pre-programming different beliefs into us and how we will see the world. It is our programing, our beliefs that determine how we “perceive” the world and thus determine how our bodies, mind, and souls will manifest. This is the natural process of evolution. Our ancestors give us an “inheritance” of memories, behaviors, and ideas to ensure that we are equipped to survive in our environment.

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Unfortunately, throughout the years, these memories and behaviors have been clogged with sh*t.

We’ve become stopped up and blocked from the source. We are defecating on our source of energy when we talk about African religions being evil, primitive and bad.
When we approach African culture and history with fear, we are recreating toxins in our bloodlines, reproducing diseased cells, and mutation that cause negative energy to overflow. With all of these things going on, how can we use these practices properly? How can we really tap into this source, and feel this energy if it so loaded with sh*t? No! We just can’t flush it and hope that it will go away. We can no longer close the door and pretend not to smell it. It’s time for us to roll up our sleeves, get our hands dirty, and clean this sh*t up!

We can start by unclogging our beliefs by looking inside of ourselves and seeing how negative energy adversely affects the body and soul.

Toxins threaten our survival. It copies bad programming in cells and begins to rewrite itself, thus producing more toxins. These things weaken the immune system and make us vulnerable to outside attacks and bacteria. Our ancestral bloodline is so clogged that many of us are unconsciously selecting genes that are inappropriate for our environment. This makes us lethargic and less inhibited to grow. So, we have two choices. We can encourage growth by nourishing our bloodline with love. Or we can go on, taken in the toxins, pretending, ignoring, and just being full of sh*t.

If you are looking for a crash course on how to be fearless, check out my e-course.
The Seven African Powers: The Stepping Stones to Enlightenment. Or, if you have additional questions call for a consultation. I am always ready and willing to help! www.newafricanspirituality.com



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Yamaya Cruz is an author of New Thought. She has traveled to the deepest parts of Africa to learn the secrets of the Zulus. She has studied with a shamanic midwife from South America, learned about the chakra system from a seasoned Yogi and studied the secrets of Tantra from a Greek master. She currently holds a Masters degree in Leadership & Management, and works as a spiritual/life coach and intuitive healer. Yamaya Cruz is also an expert author, novelist, and student of Ifa.

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