Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Food & Melanin Ft. Consir Thot

Join us as we speak about the connection between HUEman and plant and how we can use it to heal and stimulate our bodies! Consir Thot of Inside Body Holistic Health will be our featured speaker. This is sure to be a night of great information and a wonderful way for us to kick off our Black History Month Specials. The life we save just might be our own. The call in number is 917.932.8881.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Weekly Affirmation: Life Affirmation

I live in harmony and balance with my divine purpose. I honor life as a gift and opportunity to experience great and powerful things. I am free from limitation in my life and I heal and help others to heal around me. My works are sacred. I am LIVING.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Giving Life Ft. Shira of SugarFreeTv

Shira J. was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1982, to African American parents.  At the very young age of three, Shira became interested in entertaining.  The only way in which she could cultivate her art was by joining any musical team or club she could find, so she played cello for 13 years (until age 21), joined the theater department, and joined her high school dance team. 

In school, Shira excelled in her subjects, all with the hopes of becoming a physician.  She hoped only to please the likes of her peers and family with the similar educational background by maintaining normalcy – but Shira was nothing “normal.”

At 24, Shira switched all of her gears and followed her heart, into pursuing a legacy as a “choreographer for the stars” in New York City.  With the many ups and downs of the city hustle lifestyle, Shira endured many triumphs and hardships.

Shira faced homelessness for a brief time when she was 25.  Over a period of five years, she relocated addresses 8 times.  She held many jobs for which she was overqualified in order to maintain her dream, which ironically shifted from “choreographers of the stars” to “star.”

It was when she realized Shira herself was the star that doors began opening.  Shira began receiving phone calls from casting agents at MTV.  She began generating a new income for the career that came easiest to her.  Shira also found creative inspiration and a following simply by being a part of the city which she deemed “new home.”  After choosing to recuperate from a negative situation which jeopardized her abilities to create herself and becoming pregnant, Shira moved back to Ohio.

Shira is currently 30-years-old, and quietly working on other projects during her “off-season,” and will return to New York within the next two years to finish cultivating her dreams.

Check her out on Learn more about her new movement vision class 

Monday, January 21, 2013

Weekly:Affirmation of Nature!

I am open to receiving the gifts of nature. I respect and appreciate all the blessings nature has given to me. I observe and protect it to the best of my abilities understanding that it's beauty is an extension of my own spirit. I walk in balance, harmony, and uphold the ancient ways.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Divine Destiny: How To Live Naturally Ft. Azizah Nubia

Azizah Nubia is a Natural Healer and Magazine Owner of Natural Woman Magazine a mother of 6 children 4 boys and 2 girls and wife. Her goal in this life incarnation is to be the light and spread the light. Azizah holds many gifts and talents that range from cooking to crystal healing that help her on her path in helping humanity shift into the coming Golden Age of time, her interest focus directly on Woman of color especially black women, to help them become aware of their true divine self and teaching them that they to can live out their highest destiny. To learn more about Azizah please visit

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Conversations With The Queen Schedule 2013

1/14- L'Dia Muhammad "Children: The Builders Of Our Nation"
1/21- Azizah Nubia "Divine Destiny: How to Live Naturally"
1/28- Shira "Giving Life"
2/4- Consir
2/11- Queen Mama "Womb Health"
2/18- Ras Ijah "Lightening and Thunder"
2/25- "Revolutionary Women and Reggae"

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Children: The Builders Of Our Nation

L’DIA MEN-NA’A MUHAMMAD, is a mother of 5 children, and grandmother. Life Path Awakening Empowerment Consultant, with 21 years  experience as "Pre-Birth Parenting" Midwife, Certified Childbirth Wholistic Health Educator/Doula, Certified Massage Therapist/ Wholistic Health Educator, Illustrator, Photographer, and over 12 years experience in Reproductive Health & STD/HIV/SA (substance abuse) Prevention Educator, Teen Abstinence Instructor, Senior Case Manager. As a Pre-Birth Parenting Midwife, & Childbirth Wholistic Health Educator, L’dia Men-Na’a Muhammad, supports parents with information to know how to wholistically pre-birth parent their children, before they are born through understanding “Epigenetics” & “How To Giving Birth To God” as well as after
the child is born by using their date of birth and birth name to provide information on activities, foods, aromatherapy, music therapy, maintain balance. Visit: FACEBOOK PRE-BIRTH PARENTING GROUP:

Monday, January 7, 2013

Weekly Affirmation: Prosperity

I welcome the energy of prosperity into my life. I am ready and open to receiving this wonderful energy. I release all blockages and obstacles in my path that hinder me from attaining prosperity. I am prosperous. I am abundant. I am in tune with myself and spirit.

Yoga Pose of The Month January: Bridge Pose

  • Strengthens back, glutes, legs and ankles
  • Opens chest, heart and hip flexors
  • Stretches the chest, neck, shoulders and spine
  • Calms the body, alleviates stress and mild depression
  • Stimulates organs of the abdomen, lungs and thyroid
  • Rejuvenates tired legs
  • Improves digestion

Step by Step
Lie supine on the floor, and if necessary, place a thickly folded blanket under your shoulders to protect your neck. Bend your knees and set your feet on the floor, heels as close to the sitting bones as possible.
Exhale and, pressing your inner feet and arms actively into the floor, push your tailbone upward toward the pubis, firming (but not hardening) the buttocks, and lift the buttocks off the floor. Keep your thighs and inner feet parallel. Clasp the hands below your pelvis and extend through the arms to help you stay on the tops of your shoulders.
Lift your buttocks until the thighs are about parallel to the floor. Keep your knees directly over the heels, but push them forward, away from the hips, and lengthen the tailbone toward the backs of the knees. Lift the pubis toward the navel.
Lift your chin slightly away from the sternum and, firming the shoulder blades against your back, press the top of the sternum toward the chin. Firm the outer arms, broaden the shoulder blades, and try to lift the space between them at the base of the neck (where it's resting on the blanket) up into the torso.
Stay in the pose anywhere from 30 seconds to 1 minute. Release with an exhalation, rolling the spine slowly down onto the floor.