I am not opposed to the white race as charged by my enemies. I have no time to hate any one. All my time is devoted to the up-building and development of the Negro Race. -Marcus Garvey
The pineal gland
The pineal gland—a small endocrine gland in the brain—has been thought to be the “seat of the soul” or the spiritual gateway to all realms and all dimensions. Before reaching this gateway, you must activate the pineal gland through meditation and other spiritual practices, such as changes in diet.
Slightly close your eyes, stare at the tip of your nose and slowly raise your gaze to the bridge of your nose.
Sit up with your back straight or lie down completely flat on your back. Keep your palms to the ceiling (above your head or on your knees).
Let go of all “thoughts” that seem conditioned. Acknowledge them if they come up, but push them aside. Focus on your breathing to clear your mind of all irrelevant thoughts.
Visualize, as intently as possible, the spiritual body escaping from the physical body through the pineal gland. This is the first step in directing the energies required to activate the pineal gland. Eventually, you will feel yourself leave your physical body to astral project. Often, people hear a “popping” sound as the spirit exits the physical body.
Practice this meditation on a daily basis. Set aside a certain time each morning—preferably between 4 a.m. and 6 a.m.—for meditation. The more you practice, the easier it will be to use your pineal gland.
My Dad sent this to me today. I think that it is wonderful that people are starting to associate me with what I long to be identified by…Love! How apropo <3
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The Texas State Board of Education is on the verge of erasing significant amounts of African-American and American history from student textbooks.
Among the many proposed changes are attempts to paint the Confederacy in a positive light, rewrite the civil rights era, downplay the contributions of nonwhite characters in Texas history, and ignore the atrocities committed on our own soil by groups like the Ku Klux Klan.
These revisions are deeply offensive to not only African-Americans and Texans — but all Americans.
Make it known throughout your state that if Texas textbook standards pass, they won’t be coming into your classrooms.
American history — the good, the bad and the ugly — is what makes our country so special. Let’s keep it that way.
Add your voice of protest. Sign the Not in My State Pledge to stop history from being rewritten:
(via NAACP | Not in my State)