Come Sit at My Table Sis, We’re Shedding New Light by Jess B.

“For starters, the reason why most ailments, infections or diseases hold residency in our bodies is due to our deep seated beliefs or negative thoughts about ourselves. These can be generated by family members, teLIEvision programming, religious stigmas, bullying, etc.”

Pussy.

Vagina.

The Pocketbook.

Sugar bowl.

Cootie cat.

Lu lu.

 

The Old Testament.

From a young age, we learn how to wash our lady parts; but we aren’t truly given liberty in caring for them properly inside out and expressing our divine feminine essence. There’s more to our female anatomy than the vulva, and the labia majora and minora. Everybody wants access to it, your doctor, Tyrone down the street; but now more than ever—you, the owner, needs to know her value and what she truly holds between the gap of her thighs. If I told you that you are a portal, would you think that I am exaggerating? Or would you yawn out of the redundancy and seemingly what appears to be a lack of originality in this cluster of words before your eyes?

Say no more. Since the veil is ever so thin; I am going to merge the timelines of 1951 and 2022. Come sit at my table sis, bring your tea cup. This tea is HOT!

For starters, the reason why most ailments, infections or diseases hold residency in our bodies is due to our deep seated beliefs or negative thoughts about ourselves. These can be generated by family members, teLIEvision programming, religious stigmas, bullying, etc.

 

Reprogram Your Mind

Here is an example of a thought pattern that could have caused HPV or any other venereal disease from Louise Hay’s book, “You Can Heal Your Life”.

 

ProblemProbable CauseNew Thought Pattern
Venereal Dis-easeSexual Guilt. Need for punishment. Belief that the genital are sinful or dirty. Abusing another.I lovingly and joyously accept my sexuality and its expression. I accept only thoughts that support me and make me feel good.

 

 

Let me introduce you to Henrietta Lacks, 31 year old proof of immortality in another view. She transitioned from her earth vessel at a young age due to what many of us suffer from in silence, HPV or Human Papillomavirus.  Her cells, otherwise known as HeLa cells have changed the world we once knew. Henrietta served as the catalyst for fueling Russian satellites into space, where they discovered that her cells divided even more quickly in zero gravity. HeLa cells have also implemented vaccines and HIV testing, gene mapping and coding. Even in her death, she still impacts the world.  HPV is labeled to be one of the most common sexually transmitted STD’s, but today I am rebranding and reprogramming your brain from that negative connotation. Think of self-care, and love for your womb. In the case of HPV, your sacred space just has a “cold”.  More specifically your cervix, which is the “neck” of your womb. What do you do to remedy a cold? First, you prevent it as much as possible. How do you do that, you ask? Take care of your gut. Your gut is your “second brain”. One of the best ways to do that is to care for your gut health. Your organs are in constant communication with one another. Your body is essentially a machine that needs to properly be fueled.

 

Sea Moss, The Healer

One agent to add to your repertoire is sea moss. Why is sea moss gel one of the best remedies to aid in assisting HPV? Sea Moss or Chondrus crispus is a species of red algae and has 92 minerals that the body needs, such as zinc, magnesium, manganese, calcium, phosphorus, and it is also a natural probiotic. Sea moss also has carrageenan—which is a polysaccharide that naturally occurs in edible red seaweed. The carrageenan found in sea moss increases the productivity of T and B cells which destroy cells already infected with a virus. Because of this simple fact, it is considered by some to be a preventive measure against yeast infections as well. The best way and quickest way to reap the benefits of sea moss is to take it in gel form, orally. You can add it to your tea, sis! You can also add it to your smoothie, or even use it as a face mask with a little honey to add radiance to your glow. Sea moss does wonders for your body, both inside and out! If Henrietta were here today, I would offer her a couple of scoops of sea moss gel in some hot tea.

 

I am here to tell you that you don’t have to follow what the doctors say and get a radical hysterectomy. There is hope for you and there are people like me who know the power of speaking life into your sacred womb space and taking back your power.

 

If you’d like more information on Sea Moss products, herbal products or for a consultation, like my business page Sacred Prana Essentials https://www.facebook.com/sacredprana1 or email me at sacredpranaessentials@gmail.com

 

Jess B.

Hay, L. L. (1984). 15. In You Can Heal Your Life (p. 206). essay, Hay House, Inc.

 

ABOUT JESS B.

I’m an herbalist who first had a love for doodling and writing poetry and short stories. I love unicorns, substituting asparagus for French Fries, and obviously I am obsessed with words! My goal in all I do, is to vividly paint pictures into the minds of the readers of my content. I write to impact the heart and make the reader think from a less traditional stance than they may be accustomed to approaching.

 

 

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