As a seasoned intuitive healer and spiritualist, I’ve witnessed too many individuals hesitating to leap into the next level of their journey. It’s time to change that narrative.
As we celebrate Mami Diana Essel, we honor her selflessness, love, and the profound impact she has made on the lives of so many. Her legacy reminds us of the power of love, family, and a sacred mother figure’s profound role in shaping others’ lives. Mami Diana’s nurturing spirit, strength, and wisdom inspire all who are blessed to know her. This month, we celebrate this incredible woman who she is and the love she continues to share with the world.
Navajo culture believes that finding the humor is important to sacred work.
Selfless gratitude to the spirit realm is acknowledging and appreciating the blessings, kindness, and support they have given us. It goes beyond mere reciprocity or spiritual etiquette; it is a heartfelt expression of genuine appreciation that comes from pure sincerity. When we give thanks without desire for personal gain, we tap into a wellspring of love, compassion, and generosity.
While playing the Kora, Sibo sang a traditional West African song, Nan Fulie, about the importance of the Griot people – the West African musicians, storytellers, custodians and teachers of tradition through music and dance.
When an elder dies in the family, a new elder must be initiated to take up the mantle. In the Somé compound, Didier Somé, one of Malidoma’s younger brothers, is undertaking the elder initiation process in his community.