Colonizers used Christianity as a control mechanism to replace traditional African religions to break the spirit and power of our people. That's been their mission ever since colonization:They did this to Kill African spirituality. We're spiritually stronger than anybody else but we don't realize It. Colonialism hoped to eradicate our belief systems entirely, and to eradicate all memory of indigenous practices. Whilst they didn't quite manage it, they did enough to ensure fear in the hearts of those living under dogma so much so that most look at African spiritual practices as evil. The highly controversial 'trance' in African practices is depicted as malevolent but if you're going into trance in a church, that's okay because it's the Holy Spirit. The media has no doubt continued the colonial legacy, playing its part in reducing age-old religions to hocus pocus and rag doll pricking. If you look in African spiritual cultures across the continent, they are about the duality within nature and existence. Power and Love! The religion of Christianity was designed prior to Jesus’s arrival so let’s not reduce the Power of Jesus to a man made doctrine. We have to be smarter and know that what we’ve been taught are mostly lies to keep us in the dark. Fortunately for us there are rings of truth in every lie so we can, with the activation of the spirit of discernment, know for ourselves what is true. There is Power in the name Jesus, and there is also power in you. Greater things we can do... so let’s stop with all this closed minded, living in the shadows of another’s opinion, limited way of existing and be open to the idea that there is more. Way more than what we’ve been exposed to! 🖤🌱🙌🏽 #vibrate#higher#truth#findit#breathit#beit#liveit#agape#love#god#self#consciousness#magic#align#chakra#healing#crystals#natural#black#beautiful#freedom#liberty#power#position#queen#royal#destiny#letsgo 🧘🏾♀️
This is probably the main thing tourists want to come in India for. That's ok, it's amazing. It's incredible, its majesty leave you breathless. Come in India for this, it's worth you time and money. But, please, came in India not only for this. If you won't do it, you won't experience India at all, you won't experience her soul, which is made of helpful and hearty people (also unscrupulous ones, but not the most of them, fortunately). Please, live with them, and I'll be sure that India will be the most beautiful country made of beautiful people you'll ever visited.