- Aug 21, 2012
Somewhere in time past, a number of Black Women have forgotten that it was all about them. Somewhere in time past, Black Women became fragmented from one another, detached from her sacred fires, righteous ceremonies and ultimately adopted a consciosness unlike she had in the Ancient World.
And when that happened, she forgot about that which makes her magnificent, exceptional, heavenly, geometrical. She forgot about the ancient cities that she first created in the East. She forgot about her--Black Women--being recorded as being the original angelic beings and the original ministers of grace to those in need.
The countless obstacles she has overcome have all but faded from the Black Woman's collective memory. And, perhaps, most importantly, she seems to have forgotten her relationship to the cosmos.
Faded memories can have a profound negative impact beginning with harmful changes against one's individual and collective perceptions which become distorted. That is to say, when Black Woman steps outside her Perfection, thinking and believing she's average, detachment surfaces.
Then, she's in a place so far away from her original state whereby they allow themselves to be trapped inside a labyrinth which prevents her personal development; thus, where you were once worshipped...you are now doing the worshipping.
Where you were once kneeled to; you are now doing the kneeling.
Having a personal altar can assist in rectifying this situation.