Nov 26, 2021
Ms. Iyanla Vanzant from Fix My Life is a New York Times bestselling author, and 3x NAACP award winning media personality. She is the premier African American spiritual teacher, writer and speaker. After her daughter, Gemmia passed away in 2003, she used her grief to pick up the work again in 2006. She a the Master Herbalist, it is a craft that she learned from her Native American grandmother it is. November is Native American Heritage Month. This episode is being released on Native American Heritage Day. The MasterPeace body therapy luxury bath bars are the latest addition to her product line, which comes with affirmations. Today, we talk about the next chapter.
She talks in depth about the journey to beginning to use African Black soaps after watching her native herbalist grandmother as a child, opening the secret ingredients up to the public, the state of the world we are in, and the wellness industry getting love again.
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Movie Mentioned: Roots by Alex Haley
“If you don't have peace in your heart if you don't have peace in your life, everything else is going to be chaotic.”
“So with the classes that I've been offering, the workshops that I've been offering, in a more intimate setting, the products simply support that work as I educate people more about how powerful they are, what their energy is, how to control your energy, how to manage your energy, how to clear your energy, how to establish an energy.”
“I bless him release all things seen and unseen, known and unknown, that block delay, hinder or deny my highest good.”
“I'm calling forth my highest and my greatest good, I'm attracting all things that are good for me.” “I'm moving toward an experience and expression of peace.”
“Motivation is highly overrated, and it only lasts about six weeks. You'll get motivated and start something to do something. And then by week five, you're petering out.”
“We don't want motivation, what we want is inspiration. That means it's aligned with your core and authentic identity. That means it serves a grander purpose.”
“Purpose is a passion it's not a job. And when you are inspired or inspired or when you have inspiration, you have another level of passion that comes from your belly.”
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