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After having our culture and freedoms stripped from us during slavery, African-Americans have always struggled to define wellness within the context of the American majority. Let’s be honest, the odds have been stacked against us, which contributes to many of the health- and wellness-related issues our community faces. In this third episode of our series ‘Forward’, we explore ways to promote not just physical, but emotional and mental health in 2020 and beyond. Join us as speaker, entrepreneur and mindfulness expert, Nicole Cardoza, explains how TRUE wellness goes beyond just the amount of exercise we get and what we eat, and teaches us how we can define wellness on our terms.
Find more about Reclamation Ventures, funding, and grant opportunities for wellness entrepreneurs: https://www.reclamationventures.co/
To order Justin’s newly released book, Stay Woke, visit: http://www.staywokegiveback.com
Most of us find it easy to recognize when toxic energy is coming from external sources – bad people, unhealthy relationships, or negative work environments. But, it is often much harder to identify when the toxic energy is coming from within. In this excerpt from Justin’s ongoing “Love Your Life” Masterclass, we learn all about toxic thoughts, how to identify them even amongst the noise of everything else going on in life, and how to stop them dead in their tracks so we can begin to live the life of our dreams.
To get instant access to Justin’s “Love Your Life” Masterclass, go to: www.staywokefreegift.com
We all have a story to tell, and if you have ever thought about sharing your unique message with the world by writing a book, Justin’s giving a look behind the curtain at how he landed his first book deal…
To pre-order Justin’s book Stay Woke, go to: www.staywokegiveback.com
Fear is a natural emotion that is critical to survival. But it becomes a problem when it prevents you from taking action to achieve your goals. So much of our programming is hard-wired based on past experiences, trauma, or shortcomings. We can’t start to create a new reality for our lives until we challenge our old ways of thinking and dare to be great. In this episode, Justin teaches us how revisiting the past can be painful, but it can also be a pathway to uncovering our future!
To learn more and get access to Justin’s free Love Your Life Masterclass go to: www.staywokefreegift.com
Aysia Drew and HDee of the Cherry Popper Podcast guest host the show and turn the mic on Justin as he reveals a bunch of his cherry poppin’ “first times.” Plus, Justin talks about his very first meditation experience following an intense bout with depression, and listen as he walks the ladies through a guided meditation that results in tears and a personal breakthrough.
After her life began to spiral out of control following a series of physical, psychological and emotional battles, Mecca Elliot, Founder of spiritual sanctuary Lighthaus, decided to take matters into her own hands and seek healing for her personal challenges. For four months she became engulfed in conscious living, rediscovered herself and emerged healed from all of her ailments. Mecca encourages us all to find the courage to seek our own spiritual path that is in alignment with our soul’s journey. We don’t have to choose, and finding the balance between our religious and spiritual practices is how we discover an authentic path to connecting with our higher power and becoming the best version of ourselves.
To find out more about Mecca, follow her on Instagram at: @mecca.elliot
Visit Mecca online: http://www.Weightlessmeditation.com
In this remarkable story of redemption, motivational Speaker and founder of youth empowerment non-profit, Share Necessities, Inc., Arjuna O’Neal, recounts how a drug deal turned bad ended up in him being shot and pronounced dead. He credits a life-changing conversation with God and an extraordinary lesson in the power of love and forgiveness for completely turning his life around. Now saving the lives of at-risk youth by teaching them the importance of healthy living through yoga and mindfulness, he teaches us all that our past does not define our future.
Justin recaps his recent experience on a 7-day digital detox retreat and offers practical tips for creating your own digital detox experience right from the comfort of your own home. You won’t believe the profound impact even a mini-tech hiatus can have on your life.
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