Saturday, December 22, 2012

What's Going On With Conversations With The Queen

We are on hiatus. Yes even queens need breaks ^_^ ! Well since the world didn't end we will see you in Jan 2013! Until then if your missing Conversations With The Queen Subscribe to

Friday, November 30, 2012

Unity In The Community: Defeating Our Ego To Make Real Change

 Show Info

On Conversations With The Queen Mon. Dec. 3 @9pm Et we will be speaking on our ability to unify and create great changes in our community by defeating the egocentric programming we've acquired, with author Robert Brotha Blaze Murray. We will discuss key strategies that we as black people can use to strengthen and replenish our community. The call in number is 917.932.8881

Our Featured Guest 
Brotha Blaze is an author, playwright, poet, musician and actor from Philadelphia,Pa. He is a Nuwaupian who has penned his first book Memoirs of a Neophyte, in which he shares his experiences and wisdom from many lessons learned and observations made. His varied exposures to numerous learning systems and doctrines makes him a teacher who can reach people on all levels. One who has learned the hard way so that he may be able to teach the easy way.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Unique Imagery: Messages To Unlock The Mind Ft. Sepia

Sepia is a photographer who specializes in the genres of Documentary Photography, Fine Art Photography, and Conceptual Portraiture. And, he strictly use black-and-white film and some of my cameras are about as old 30+ years.

The artform of photography and the power of language helped to create a sense of inner peace to own civil war. He speaks of this in my soon-to-be released photo-memoir "The Suicidal Prose, Vol. 1". To learn more about Sepia Prince visit 

 Join us as we speak with the talented photographer Sepia on the art form of photography. We will speak on how the language of imagery can speak to the depths of your mind & reach places were words may fail. As well as converse about his up & coming projects. So tune in to this awesome & unique show.  

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

How To Have Holistic Sex & Relationships Ft. Consir Thot

Dr Consir Thot is Master level Psychologists, he holds a doctorate in holistic science, holistic nutrition and medical massagewith a specialty in ethno-medicine. Consir toured and trained under our living ancestor master teacher Dr Llaila Afrika and Dr Melonie Stephonson. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Psychology Association, founder of Inside Body Natural Health Therapies, creator of the Inside Body health and Weight-loss 30 Day Challenge and Director of Inside Body Inc Community Health Charities. Consir has been recognized by his peers in holistic and mental health as a true community architect and leader in health and wellness. Join us for an in depth and holistic convo on holistic sex & relationships with special guest and holistic physician Consir Thot of Inside Body Natural Health Therapy. We will discuss this hot topic from a unique & untaught perspective. This show is sure to be one you definitely won't want to miss. The call in number is 917.932.8881   

Fashion For A Cause Ft. Nellz Green

Nellz Green was born in the Bronx section of New York. Nellz is a model, host, promoter and business consultant, She is apart of various different groups and movements. Her goals are to become an international model and television host. One thing about Nellz is that she is very passionate about her craft and works hard to reach her goals, Twitter: NellzGreen Instagram: nellzmonroe

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Tru God on Conversations With The Queen

Nas. Jay-Z. Big Daddy Kane. Rakim. Outkast. UGK. EPMD. Mobb Deep. The
list goes on and on. Icons, legends, etc.... Well, hip hop has found
its next icon in True God. A man of the people, the true voice of the
voiceless, True God represents the future of Hip Hop and the shifting
of the tide. In a world of 360 record deals, disposable music, True
God is crafting a legacy that will stand as timeless and classic. He
has already faced death threats and warnings from organizations, some
powerful people to quiet down and still continues on his mission. He
is unwavering in his vision, his music, unapologetic and brash. His
music marks the shifting of the tide in this day and age.
True God, an artist born and bred in Baltimore, has become the premier
artist in the entire DMV area. With his upcoming musical projects,
production work, and upcoming documentaries, the TeamDAR industry
takeover is just beginning. His body of work musically is just the
His first mixtape "The Immortal Kingdom" stands as one of the premier
mixtape release of 2011 and can be found here at this link below
Songs such as "Everything Changes" feat Stephen Joseph and "Peace of
Mind" show his lyrical depth and musical range. His ability to
captivate with music is second to none. Along some of the most
enthralling verses of the year, "The Immortal Kingdom" featured
original production from Stephen Joseph and The Understudy, as well as
beats from Madlib and 9th Wonder. With its release, "The Immortal
Kingdom" set the tone for True God's debut album "Soul Revival" which
has been heavily advertised on his amazing YouTube channel listed
True God set a standard for artists when he created the "Making of
Soul Revival" documentary series on YouTube. "The Making of Soul
Revival" took viewers, listeners and fans into the creative process,
showing the way True God writes his lyrics, his literary, personal,
and musical inspirations for the project, and some behind the scenes
footage of the recording sessions. The 3 part series has been very
successful on YouTube and heightened the buzz for "Soul Revival",
which hit Itunes on November 3rd. Buy the album now!
Be sure to check out this amazing album, as well the singles "Original
Kings"(produced by The Understudy), Must've Been Angels(produced by
Speed on The Beat), No Time(produced by Speed on The Beat) and
Destined(produced by Speed on The Beat). From start to finish, this
album is amazing.
True is also into many other ventures, writing for website like
SmackSportsNY, 411mania, and co-hosting the popular Wrestling Radio
Show, Wrestling Heads(with co-hosts Skits, Ryan, and Matt... check out
the show and site, and True also runs a great blog which touches on
many topics( True is a jack of all
trades and is currently prepping up the release of his sophomore
album, D.O.A., which will be controversial and beyond classic for
sure. He's released the first few singles and will be dropping
the album on July 7th. Be on the lookout for that and make sure to
follow True on Twitter (@truegodimmortal).
It begins now. Just remember where it started.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Holistic Breast Cancer Awareness on Conversations With The Queen

On Mon. Oct. 29 @9pm Est, seeing as how its breast cancer awareness month Conversations With The Queen wants to do our part to help create awareness about healing from this serious issue. We will have a panel of experts including Yuma BellomeeTheBeautiful SeeAsia, and Avalaura Gaither Beharry. This show will be dedicated toward educating, enlightening, preventing, and treating people about and for the dis-ease known as breast cancer. So join us for healing and enlightening show! The call in number is 917.932.8881

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Keeping Mental Stability Ft. Louise Powell

Louise Powell of the non profit organization DALLSS Inc will be joining us for a spectacular show on "Keeping Mental Stability" As the founder of the first African American Parenting program in Massachusetts as well as various women and family unity programs, she will provide us with insight on how to meet and overcome the many mental stresses of life. So please tune in for this great show at a special time 7:30 pm EST! The call in number is 917.932.8881 or you can listen in via
Louise Powell is the Founder and CEO of DALLSS, Inc., a native of Norfolk, VA where she received her M.B.A and a B.S in Secondary Adult Education. After college, she migrated to Massachusetts where she discovered her love for helping the less fortunate. She worked many years in the medical field as a Medical Office Manager, she taught Office Automation at Bunker Hill Community College for a few years, worked a couple of years for law firms as an Executive Assistant; she taught 3rd and 4th grade and worked many years as a Director of Education and Technology for companies in the greater Boston area. With many years of gained knowledge, skills and experiences in the field of helping others coupled with her passion, drive and determination inspired her to establish DALLSS, Inc.

Friday, October 5, 2012

Conversations With The Queen On Youtube

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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

India Camiel Raw Food Chef

Conversations With The Queen will be having a very special guest India Camiel, raw food chef. She will be educating us on raw vegan cusine and the many benefits of leading a raw lifestyle. So join us for this delicious show. The call in # 917.932.8881 or listen in

Greetings, it's a pleasure to meet you. I'm India Camiel. I'm just an ordinary woman in love with living foods. When I was a child, I would experiment with different flavors to enhance the taste of ordinary dishes. This quickly earned me the reputation as the family food concocter, and not in a good way. To say the least, most of my family were afraid to try anything I made. Out of compassion and sometimes pity, an aunt or cousin would taste an India original. But, this occasion was few and far between. Nonetheless, I almost always enjoyed what I created.

Like most Black Americans growing up in Inner City Los Angeles, my diet consisted of highly processed fast foods, fried foods, breads and donuts; I ate it all. In fact, It wasn't until my sophomore year in college that I saw a real coconut in the grocery store. I was simply unaware of what it meant to eat "healthy." Like millions of Americans, I read Shape and Runners Magazines and implemented some of the recommended regiments. I thought I was healthy, until one morning I awoke with astonishing pain in my lower abdominal area. After eight hours of sitting in the ER, the doctor informed me that I had a cyst on my left ovary. The cyst was the size of a grapefruit. He gave me no other choice but surgery. I was terrified. I wondered how I could have developed a cyst so large without knowing. It was bizarre. After all, I was training to run a half marathon. I swam a mile every other day. I wasn't overweight or obese.

But as they say, everything happens for a reason. After the surgery, the multitude of toxins in my body caused severe symptoms, such as migraines and depression. Years of mistreating my body had taken its toll. Plagued with various GI diseases, weight gain and hormonal imbalances, I began to research how natural foods could help, this led me to question what I was putting into my mouth. Seeking real solutions to a lifetime of dis-eases, I turned to a vegan lifestyle. I was surprised by the almost-immediate results and decided to give going ALL LIVE a try - a decision that proved to change the course of my life permanently.

It's been 3 years since I've been ALL LIVE. And I'm enjoying every second of this new existence. I've been blessed to have traveled the globe sharing my story and showing others how to prepare living foods. I've had the opportunity to study under Dr. Aris LaTham and serve the likes of Stevie Wonder and the former Prime Minister of St. Lucia, Stevenson King. 

I never imagined life could be dis-ease free. I never knew I could find such complete peace and experience true harmony within my temple. By finding my way Back-2-Live, I've awakened the purpose of my existence - to touch others and play a role in their own healing journey. This is the biggest reward of them all, to see people make the connection between the spiritual and physical through food, enjoying every morsel of the journey.

Friday, September 28, 2012

Conscious Hip Hop Artist Ptah Ra Tehuti


 Ptah Ra Tehuti will be on Conversations With The Queen Mon.  Oct. 1. We will be interviewing this bright up and coming artist, listening to some of his tracks, and building on positivity in the hip-hop and black community. So join us for this enjoyable and enlightening show. The call in number is 917.932.8881 you can also listen in via     

CWTQ 21 Day Fitness Challenge

The mission of this challenge is to provide an opportunity and platform to create wellness by leading an active and healthy lifestyle.

Description: This challenge is a way for us to implement an active life style in an interactive format. The basis of this challenge is founded upon the fact that it takes approximately 21 days to form or break any habit. By being active for at least 20mins every day for 21 days we are creating a habit of activity and fitness.  As well as the fact that there is always strength in numbers, by creating a community of support around a personal goal we are more likely to succeed. All you need to participate in this challenge is a positive attitude, a desire to be healthy, and some form of internet access.

Challenge Directors: A challenge director is someone who will be informing all who participate in the challenge of their activity while taking it, via webcam and or blogging. The challenge director’s purpose is to inspire and inform others of their experience and journey. It is imperative that the challenge directors remain dedicated and honest throughout the challenge. Anyone can participate regardless to age, race, gender, or fitness level. The more experiences that are shared the more successful this challenge will be. By providing an accurate depiction of our triumphs, struggles, and strengths we will encourage more people to start their journey to overall health and wellness.

I cannot wait to share my and my colleagues’ experiences with you and the world. One by one, we can not only challenge, but inspire others to make a change toward bettering their lives; mind, body, and spirit.
To keep up with the challenge like or follow us on twitter @taequeen or you can subscribe to our youtube channel

If you are interested in becoming a challenge director please contact me via or on

Friday, September 21, 2012

Our Bodies, Our Babies—Our Responsibility

by Devin Bailey-Nicholas

            On the subject of birth in regards to Black women, there is a necessity to reclaim, remember, and reignite the passion for art and science of childbearing.  If we continue to allow those from outside of our community to dictate our needs and throw out lazy solutions to cure the health disparities that disproportionately effect us, our babies will continue to die and our bodies will continue to be unnecessarily cut on and mistreated.  In the United States, the infant mortality rate is 7 deaths per 1000 live births, lagging behind the majority of “First” world countries.  Our maternal mortality rate isn't any better at about 12.7 deaths per 100,000 live births.
            Now check this, the infant mortality rate for Black babies is 2x that of their white counterparts. The Black maternal mortality rate is 2.7x that of white women.  Don't believe the hype that this is simply due to teenage, uneducated, poor & nutritionally deficient pregnancies. Unfortunately, Black rates of infant and maternal mortality are at the same rate regardless of socioeconomic backgrounds.  As a matter of fact, a Havard educated Black mother has a higher chance of her baby dying before the age of 1, than a white mother who has never graduated high school.
            Accordingly, there are many factors that affect these rates, one of the biggest factors is stress—especially from institutional and systematic racism.  Long term stress due to oppression, prejudice can effect pregnancy by releasing a hormone from the brain that can cause premature contractions (please see “Unnatural Causes” documentary, “When the Bough Breaks” segment).  Remember, premature babies (babies born before 37 weeks gestation) are at a higher risk for dying before their first birthday.
            So, what do we do?  We flood our respective communities, lodges, churches, mosques, temples, fraternities, sororities, biker and social clubs with information about birth.  We must discuss our options in where we birth: home, hospital, birthing center?  Do we want an OB-GYN, Midwife, Doula? Do we want to do a free/unassisted birth?  What ever we choose, we must be informed.  Individually we educate ourselves, so collectively we save our mothers and babies.  We must encourage breastfeeding, because not only does a breastfed baby have a better chance to make it past the age of 1, but breastfeeding has been also been linked to lower the risk of breast cancer. At this time, the number of Black women with breast cancer are climbing.
            Another thing our village must do is support our pregnant mothers no matter the age, no matter how many children they have.  Open the door for pregnant mothers, give up your seat from pregnant moms, and congratulate them.  Don't bring unnecessary confusion, drama, and gossip to the ear of a pregnant woman—she is baring life, she doesn't need to hear or see death and violence. Nurture pregnant and new moms with nutritious foods for prenatal and postpartum recovery.  Visit new babies when families are ready, not when you want to see the baby.  If you stop by a new mother's home bring a meal, or offer to cook.  Tend to the older children for a while so mom and new baby can get some rest.  Help a new mom wrap her stomach or clean her staples/stitches.  It's time for our community to do the work and be the village everyone keeps talking about, by taking responsibility for each other.

Get involved! International Center for Traditional Childbearing
                        Birthing Project USA

Devin Bailey-Nicholas is a mother of 2, wife, ICTC trained Full Circle Doula, Traditional Healer, and Founder of Community Birth Companion, a grass roots non-profit org working to decrease infant and maternal mortality rates in Opelousas, LA. 

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Her Passion For Poetry Ft Jazzy Sdilhc

I was born September 9th 1978, on the southside of Chicago. I am the sixth of seven children. In 1984, my parents moved my siblings and I to Nashville Tn, where I have resided ever since. I began writing poetry and short stories at the age of eight. Both of my parents are also writers(as well as all my siblings). So creative thinking and literature has always been embedded in my genes. Out of all my writing skills (short stories, essays, speeches, etc.), poetry took a strong liking to me and soon became my passion. After my two children were born in 2001 and 2003, I became very busy with work, school, and of course, motherhood. Which did not leave me much room for anything else, especially not poetry. I was forced to take a break but still knowing that I loved to write and I instilled the freedom of writing to my kids. In 2009, I took my gift of poetry and words to (what I felt as) a higher level. I started performing my pieces live in front of an audience. This landed me a spot as the "House Poet" at a Nashville performance venue. In 2010, I went a step higher and recorded my first song. I ended up co producing(with my husband and producer Curtis Sdlihc) my 1st Cd entitled "Love Mixx Vol.1". But that was just the beginning. Now here I am two years later. I'm still writing, still recording, still performing, and still loving it! I have different projects that I'm working on and have so much more in store for my fans and supporters (whom I thank dearly).I will also be a guest performer at the 1st Annual SpokenWord Billboard Awards in Michigan this month. I have a few social media connections where I can be contacted. Facebook/jazzysdlihc and Jazzy Sdlihc Fan Page
..."im right with the mic, because i write with the mic..."

Jazzy Sdlihc will be a featured guest on CWTQ on Mon September 24. She is a profound poet and featured artist in the Spoken Word Billboard Awards. Come join us as we discuss her passion for poetry. The show starts 9 pm EST. Listen through the call in number 917.932.8881 or through

Friday, September 14, 2012

Conversations With The Queen Schedule *Update*

Sept 10 - Adisa "Courage of Rites"

Sept 17 - "The Importance of Healthy Birth In The Black Community" ft Divine Bailey Nicholas
Sept 24 - "Her Passion for Poetry" ft. Jazzy Sdlihc
Oct 1- "The Importance of Marriage" ft. Syif
Oct 8 - India Camiel Raw Food Chef
Oct 15 - Lousie Powell - "Black Parenting: Guide to Raising Children"
Oct 22 - *Special Guest*
Oct 29 - Ptah Tahuti Ra

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Community Birth Companion Founder Divine Bailey Nicholas

Out next featured guest will be Divine Bailey-Nicholas who is a Traditional Healer/Rootworker, Prenatal Health Coach, ICTC Trained Doula, Director and Founder of Community Birth Companion and Mother of 2 daughters.  Originally from Chicago, IL, Divine makes her home in Opelousas, LA where she enjoys gardening, homeschooling and working in the family herbal business--Supreme Wellness--with her husband Knowledge    
Conversations With The Queen presents the founder of Community Birth Companion Divine Bailey Nicholas. CBC is an organization based in Louisiana dedicated toward educating African American women about prenatal and postnatal health and ending the disproportional infant mortality rate in LA. Join us as we become educated on this topic and help preserve the lives and health of our babies and women. The show starts @9pm est and the call in number is 1917 932 8881 or you can listen to the live stream through

Friday, September 7, 2012

WOMB Healing Circle 2012

Natural Vibes & Gemineye Creations Present WOMB Healing Circle 2012. This event will be an event dedicated toward healing the wombman and her connection to the most high and herself. We will be putting together an array of products, music, activities, and refreshments that will not only tantalize the senses but heal the spirit. So join us Saturday Sept. 29th 2012 *@4:30pm*  on 702 Main St Brockton, Ma *Back Entrance* For ticket information contact Queen Tae (508) 577-0395 or follow her on twitter @taequeen 

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Courage: Warriors Rites of Passage Ft. Adisa El

Adisa El (Adisa Heru-Tehuty Hannib-El) Founder of I Am Courage: Warriors Rites of Passage, Kupigana Ngumi/Martial Arts rites of passage program for all age groups. Founded in 2006 to live and provide a greater access to martial arts training in Adisa’s life, greater access for his community and for people in general who don’t have access or are learning martial arts ``outside themselves``. I Am Courage is a platform medium that promotes the development and nourishment of the action of Courage, which is necessary to have to achieve all and any virtue in life including healing, healthy lifestyles, and from self-development to community development via a rites of passage process.  Adisa is a 3rd generation martial artist, 1st degree Black Belt and holds ranks and experience in several arts, he is a trained Afrikan/Moorish Holistic Health practitioner, Reiki Master, Entrepreneur, Actor, Artist Manager, Martial Arts Instructor, Writer and Mentor, Motivational Speaker. Along with those before him who started the Kupigana Ngumi movement, noticed the lack of “our martial art” presence and cultural expression in their communities, as Capoeira is in Brazil, and Salsa is in Cuba. So they through their own efforts developed and introduced martial arts training and schooling to their peers and communities and “I Am Courage” is Adisa`s own efforts for his community in the territory in which he resides. He also serves on the M.U.F.T.I./Vanguard Enforcement and Security as the Grand Mufti/Vanguard in Canaanland/Kanaanta (Canada) of the Moorish Divine and National Movement of the World. He supports and works with various organizations active in the true upliftment of the quality of life among his people and all of humanity. “I Am Courage” has been traveling performing, doing workshops and lectures in schools, programs, festivals, etc. throughout the country and receiving independent film roles. ``We Will Find A Way, or Make One`` - I Am Courage, Salute!

Facebook Group: I Am Courage

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Charles Anthony "Edutainment Television"

On CWTQ Monday Aug 27 Charles Anthony otherwise known as his lashawan quadash hebrew name Ahyash Ahmath is the current CEO and Co-Founder of the new black conscious internet based television network Edutainment Television. The company is in its beginning stages and currently under construction with shows and commercials in production. He is a very multifaceted individual. A talent hip-hop artist (see Edutainment2012 or truthordietv2 on youtube), hebrew israelite teacher (see his youtube channel ahyash ahmath), a writer (the principles book 1), and a television entrepreneur. His book The Principle which will be a book of short proverbs and wise sayings is currently being written. He was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina. to a military dad and a stay at home mom. after graduating high school he enlisted in the united states army and was generally discharged after 18 months of service. while serving he converted to the hebrew israelite faith and began teaching on street corners soon after. following the doctrine of the hebrew israelite sect Greatmillstone. otherwise known as GMS. after teaching for about 2 years he left the sect and broadened his spirituality. He graduated From tidewater tech trades trade school this past august with honors in the field of automotives and will attent college at another institution of higher learning beginning this fall. pursuing a business degree. He is 24, unmarried and looking to the future. with his big ideas and hard nosed work ethic he is sure to leave is mark on society.

Saturday, August 18, 2012

August's Monthly Yoga Pose: Cow Face

Step by Step
Sit in Dandasana (Staff Pose), then bend your knees and put your feet on the floor. Slide your left foot under the right knee to the outside of the right hip. Then cross your right leg over the left, stacking the right knee on top of the left, and bring the right foot to the outside of the left hip. Try to bring the heels equidistant from the hips: with the right leg on top you'll have to tug the right heel in closer to the left hip. Sit evenly on the sitting bones.
Inhale and stretch your right arm straight out to the right, parallel to the floor. Rotate your arm inwardly; the thumb will turn first toward the floor, then point toward the wall behind you, with the palm facing the ceiling. This movement will roll your right shoulder slightly up and forward, and round your upper back. With a full exhalation, sweep the arm behind your torso and tuck the forearm in the hollow of your lower back, parallel to your waist, with the right elbow against the right side of your torso. Roll the shoulder back and down, then work the forearm up your back until it is parallel to your spine. The back of your hand will be between your shoulder blades. See that your right elbow doesn't slip away from the right side of your torso.
Now inhale and stretch your left arm straight forward, pointing toward the opposite wall, parallel to the floor. Turn the palm up and, with another inhalation, stretch the arm straight up toward the ceiling, palm turned back. Lift actively through your left arm, then with an exhalation, bend the elbow and reach down for the right hand. If possible, hook the right and left fingers.
Stay in this pose about 1 minute. Release the arms, uncross the legs, and repeat with the arms and legs reversed for the same length of time. Remember that whichever leg is on top, the same-side arm is lower.

  • Stretches your hips, thighs, ankles and chest, shoulders, anterior deltoids, triceps, inner armpits and lats 

Tahir aka The Pryamid Kid

Next Monday on Conversations With The Queen will be having a very special musical guest Brother Tahir Rbg. If you love soulful music that has a conscious message this is the show for you. Tune in and enjoy yourself and support independent music! The call in number 1917 932 8881 or chat through

Friday, August 10, 2012

Gemstone Therapy With Dr. Khailfani Rivers

Conversations With The Queen is excited to bring to you Dr. Khalfani Rivers. With years of experience as a master astrologer, herbal physician, and all around metaphysian, Dr Khailfani will provide expert advice on the subject of gemstone/crystal therapy. He will also be providing free mini readings! So will be a show you do NOT want to miss! The call in number is 917 932 8881 and you can listen via



Saturday, August 4, 2012

Affirmation For Peace & Positive Energy

In this moment I focus solely on the highest good and best out comes I call on my angels, ancestors, and guides to remove all negative energies & entities from my space. I am at peace with in myself & in my home.

Womanifest Contest Winner: Cezanne Poetess

Congratulations to our Womanifesto Winner Cezanne Poetess! She has won the 
opportunity for her  poem will be featured on the Conversations With The Queen & The Queendom Post blog sites! She will also get the chance to spit her poem live on Conversations With The Queen and receive a free pair of Angel Wings Earrings! 

The Preparation 

As you walk in, 
I can feel your passion rising. 
But you’re not ready for me, 
See, you’re still carrying the negative energy 
You picked up along the way during your day, 
So let me run you a bath 
And help you wash all your troubles away. 
Leave behind all the pressures of life 
The worries and strife 
The drama, the bills 
And enter if you will, into my Queendom 
A safe haven 
A place of mental freedom 
Feel my energy, 
Come, lay your head on my chest 
Feel my breath as I whisper sweet words of love in your ears 
Ease your fears, 
Let me stroke your face, 
Erase the tension, 
Let me massage away the stresses of the day 
Relax, enjoy 
Let your Self go 
Think of nothing, 
Not even me 
Let the aromatherapy soothe your mind, spirit, soul and body 
Allow it take over all your senses 
Let your mind be free 
Hmmm...there you go 
NOW you’re ready for me!
Touch me, and now I want you to
Touch me, you know it’s only you
Who can make me feel the way you do
So touch me and make my dreams come true.
You’re my Sun, I’m your Moon
Ooooh, there’s nothing more I love to do
Than to share my energy with you
‘Cause you give it back to me so good!
(Oh baby, you make me wanna sing with this sweet sweet loving you’re giving!)
So touch me
Lay your kisses on me and
Touch me all over my body baby
‘Cause when you’re touching me your love for me I feel
So touch me and let me feel your energy
(Yeah, right there baby...)
Cezanne (visual & spoken word artist/author)
Follow her on Twitter:!/CezannePoetess
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Listen to her poetry/songs:
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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Dr. Yuma "Yew" Bellomee How Food Affects Your Mood

Conversations With The Queen is glad to announce the return of Dr. Yuma of Yew360.  We will be discussing How Food Affects Your Mood. A topic that is key to understanding the connection between physical health and mental health. So join us Monday Aug. 6 @9 pm EST on Conversations With The Queen through  or call in 917 932 8881

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Death and Resurrection Keys to Power Ft. Palmetto Star

Conversations With The Queen will be having special guest Palmetto Star from 2raw4tv speaking on the death and resurrection concept and how we can use it in our everyday to attain holistic power. Join us for a powerful show! The call in number is 917 932 8881 or tune in .

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Music Mix Music List (Africa on the continent and diaspora)



  1. Tchriri- Costuleta
  2. Mama Kudi - Costuleta

  1. Awoli - Corolina II
  1. Papa Zoe 

  1. De Oil - Lava Rebel
  1. Don Yute - Hot Update
  2. Don Yute Ft J. Lajik - Gunna Burn 

*New Joint*
Stray Pome- A Star 

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Conversations With The Queen Schedule

July 23 - Alim Bey "Science of Breath"
July 30 - Palmetto Star From 2raw4tv
Aug 6 - Dr. Yuma "Food and Mood"
Aug 13 - Dr Khalfani Rivers "Gem Therapy"
Aug 20 - Tahir Rbg Interview
Aug 27 - Charles Anthony "Edutainment Television"
Sept 3 - Rebroadcast :Kemetic yoga ft. yirser ra hotep
Sept 10 - Adisa "Courage of Rites"
Sept 17 - "The Importance of Healthy Birth In The Black Community" ft Divine Bailey Nicholas
Sept 24 - "Her Passion for Poetry" ft. Jazzy Sdlihc
Oct 1- "The Importance of Marriage" ft. Syif

Monday, July 16, 2012

The Science of Breath With Alim El Bey

Conversations With The Queen is PROUD to announce that on July 23rd @9pm EST We will be having Grand Sheik Alim El Bey. You may know him from numerous lectures addressing various subjects such as metaphysics, sovereignty, health, and history.  He is a Reiki Master/ Teacher, Chi kung- Tai Chi Instructor, Tantric Kriya Yoga Practitioner at The Healing Wings Institute. The show will be focused on "The Science of  Breath " The call in number is  917 932 8881 and you can listen throught the live stream through  THIS IS A MUST LISTEN SHOW!

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Rites of Passage : The Missing Keys To Black Adulthood

Conversations With The Queen will be exploring Rites Of Passage and it's importance in the black community. We will discuss to negative ramifications of it's absence as well as what we can do to encourage and re-apply this age old ritual to the modern day. Please join us for part 2 on , July 9,2012 @ 9pm EST for A GREAT SHOW you WILL NOT WANT TO MISS!!! The call in number is 917 932 8881 or listen in on

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Rites of Passage Resource Reference

July's Monthly Yoga Pose: Chair Pose (Utkatasana)

utkata = powerful, fierce

Step by Step
Stand in Tadasana. Inhale and raise your arms perpendicular to the floor. Either keep the arms parallel, palms facing inward, or join the palms.
Exhale and bend your knees, trying to take the thighs as nearly parallel to the floor as possible. The knees will project out over the feet, and the torso will lean slightly forward over the thighs until the front torso forms approximately a right angle with the tops of the thighs. Keep the inner thighs parallel to each other and press the heads of the thigh bones down toward the heels.
Firm your shoulder blades against the back. Take your tailbone down toward the floor and in toward your pubis to keep the lower back long.
Stay for 30 seconds to a minute. To come out of this pose straighten your knees with an inhalation, lifting strongly through the arms. Exhale and release your arms to your sides into Tadasana.

Benefits of Chair Pose

  • Strengthen the supporting muscles of the major joints, such as the shoulders, hips, knees and ankles
  • Develop core strength
  • Strengthen the quads and gluteals
  • Help protect the knee joint by building stability
  • Build heat in the body
  • Open shoulders and chest
  • Improve breathing