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Mindfulness from the Ancient Ones - African Kamitic (Egyptian) Way of Life

Imani Sorhaindo and Guests - Share the Universal Principles of the African Kamitic way as Key Perspectives to Mindful Living
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 Mindfulness from the Ancient Ones - African Kamitic (Egyptian) Way of Life

Time & Location

06 Mar, 19:00 – 20:30

About The Event

Breathe - Monthly People of Colour group

Sunday 7.00pm -8:30pm 

The session will focus on African-Based Spiritual development, exploring Mindfulness through the eyes of our ancient African ancestory. We will introduce the Universal Laws which govern life itself, and how this Spiritual Framework and Blueprint from Kamit (Ancient Egypt) can be used to navigate our inner and outer world for all-round success.

These ancient teachings pre-date the 18th dynasty and have greatly influenced world theology, philosophy, spirituality, religions and belief systems. Like many systems from People of Colour, they have been hidden from us, distorted or records burned, but the spirit is infallible and we can tap into our true authentic selves once we have access to the tools.

Guest speakers will share the fundamentals Know-ledge to help balance mind, body and spirit, and how this liberating truth will help us maintain our peace regardless of life events and challenges. At this time, more than ever, this event brings back fundamental African ancient principles and concepts which can apply to all People of Colour.

Our Host and one of the Guests Imani Sorhaindo is a qualified Holistic Health Practitioner, Mindfulness Practitioner, Author of her NEW book 'Nature's Pathways to Womb-Wellness', Life Coach and Trainer. She is also a consultant in Prisons working with Black Men around Well-Being, Diversity, Equality and Inclusion. 

She has been applyging Mindfulness and Meditative techniques for over 17 years,  primarily through an ancient Kamitic system which has become an integral part of her everyday living as an Ausarian. Imani holds a BA Hons in Anti-Racist Education, PGCE in Adult Education, and a Diploma in Holsitic Health and Mindfulness. Imani has worked in the field of Community Development and Well-Being for over 35 years, dedicating her life to working with marginalised individuals, groups and communities in order to help build inner resilience and peace.

What is a heart circle? A heart circle is a form of healing and connection that is generated by a honest and sincere way to be all inclusive, and present to people's path and process. It is offered with a sense of connection to traditions which connect us to our ingrained humanity, our sense of inter-connectedness with the earth, and our journey into the extraordinary. In these gatherings we can connect in ways which are traditional to indigenous cultures, using our life experiences, truths and convictions as our main tool. We can transport into the world of our ancestors, connect with our higher power with a sense of group empowerment through ritual movement and storytelling.

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