Black Women's Day of meditation
Met God, She's Black hosted the second annual Black Women's Day of Meditation with the founders of the annual celebration. The day was created by three black women named Elizabeth Boston, Dominique Mobley and Ajia Munns. With the current climate of political chaos, blatant prejudice and Covid-19, the world needs some Black Girl Magic more than ever. Black and Indigenous women along with allies across the world, simultaneously meditated the manifestation of world peace.
The significance of having this event the day before Mother's Day was to elevate the awareness of feminine energy as we move towards the celebration of motherhood. Met God, She's Black is a creative house dedicated to defending social justice for the global black community through writing, workshops, art and events such as Black Women's Day of Meditation. The first Black Women's Day of Meditation was held last year on May 10th to eventually affirm the day as an international holiday recognized by the United Nations and European Union. Met God, She's Black held the largest gathering at The Assemblage with writing workshops, breath work sessions, ancestral healing exercises and collaborative artwork.
Black Women's Day of Meditation was an amazing uplifting experience filled with love, testimony and enlightenment. Met God, She’s Black hosted the meditation sister circle with the founders providing a variety of mindful rituals all in one place. For those who were not able to attend, please see the video of the zoom gathering HERE.
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To learn how you can host a gathering for Black Women’s Day of Meditation (@blackwomensdayofmeditation) next year, click HERE. Also their founders Elizabeth (@ohnoitslizzyb), Ajia (www.ajiamunns.com @ajiamunns) and Dominique (@beyoutiful_mind_and_body) As promised Kathleen Booker (@iamkathleenbooker) is offering a free break work session HERE. Le’Jai’La Troi is gifting 50% off offerings via email (Hello@akashicremedies.com ) or IG (@akashicremedies) mention of Met God, She’s Black. You can learn more about what she does HERE. You can reach out to Nesa Wright (@iamluv) for a consultation on your spiritual journey through her website HERE. You can buy some amazing handcrafted jewelry by Vanessa C. Petersen (@thestylefreed) based in Copenhagen HERE. Learn more about Myles E. Johnson's (@rapturemyles) projects and his mother's new venture by connecting with him on Instagram. Connect with Rachel Eniale (@racheleniale ) for creative painting events online and also children classes. We want to thank everyone who participated, blessing us with their mindful and spiritual guidance for a day we hope to celebrate for generations to come. Until next year! Stay Blessed! Majella of Met God, She's Black