Reinforce and Solidify Who You Are: Re-plan and Organize Your Marathon

“Your feeling of safety is now related to order and clarity, even in emotions. You may have the need to organize everything chaotic and disorganized. Try being more tolerant and accept imperfections of life. It is better to trust life and let it run its own way, not everything must be according to expectations.”

Astro Seek
New Moon in Virgo- September 17, 2020

This year has been a roller coaster ride and we’ve all been working on a change of pace. We’re in a space where we’re individually thinking about the collective; and how we can work together to raise the consciousness of humanity.

The divine self is untouchable. No harm can come to it, nothing can break it down. It is eternal and it is forever, and the only tune it vibrates is love.

Forever Consciousness

I had a conversation with one of my partners and mentors, Karen Hicks of a “Few Good Women”, and she dropped some jewels that helped move me in the right direction because my intuitive sense has been on point but the use of my sense wisely hasn’t. Things have been a bit clouded for me and moves have been based on emotions whereas I’ve definitely been in a space to reflect, rethink, and set new plans according to whom I’ve grown to.

SO the conversation with Karen basically led me here in my notes:

  • America is a place of mainly labor and services; not manufacturing, creating and growing.
  • Be still and be quiet
  • Time to teach the collective
  • “We (referring to black people)” don’t have pride in anything.
  • “Our (referring to black people)” conversations of sharing and thinking should be about perspectives; not about agreeing or disagreeing.
  • “Black people”, both sexes, are crooks and always scheming. They’re no different from those who so called oppress racially, in fact, not only do they do the same thing but they directly and indirectly work together in most cases.

All of the above have me stressed in some way, either I don’t want deal with it or its a challenge. My plans had begun to change and closer towards the 9th of September that feeling had gotten stronger. It made me want to get rest, rethink, and reorganize. I’ve been feeling the need to study my chart and pay close attention to self because there are areas or aspects of my life that haven’t been sitting well with me: public life, relationships, lifestyle, and my work flow.

September 17, 2020 we’re transiting through a Super moon in Virgo, working towards a total eclipse in December. New moons are good for starting a new cycle, new habits, and focusing on what you want to manifest. This moon has an extra boost because its a super, so use this energy productively. This new moon is paving the way for something new to emerge.

Mercury not only rules communication, it represents coordination. Thought processes, ideas, and sensory information from both conscious and unconscious sources all need to be coordinated and understood. Mercury analyzes, sorts, groups, and makes sense of things. How do we handle nervous energy? How do we express and convey our thoughts? How do we approach others and information in order to learn and exchange ideas?

Cafe Astrology

This new moon you may want to check in on your health as Virgo rules the 6th house that deals with slavery, service, and sickness (wellness, routine, health, and daily responsibilities) and mercury governs schooling and education, immediate environment of neighbors, siblings and cousins, transport over short distances, messages and forms of communication such as post, email and telephone, newspapers, journalism and writing, information gathering skills and physical agility (communication). It’s time to be of service to collective evolution. Its also time to cleanse yourself.

You are so much stronger than you realize. You know the way forward more than you are letting on. You know what to do. Trust yourself.

Forever consciousness
Click here to get started on your Virgo Super New Moon Ritual for 2020

Weekly Discovers and Releases: @Official_Tink @dreezydreezy @queennaija @valee @KeyisQueen @KingL @KiddoKenn @Im__AnnMarie @Wale @Jacquees @lildurk @TkKravitz @1GunnaGunna @DGainz @allegradayo @iambabyfendi @BoDiDeederRMG @gherbo @sizzle808MAFIA @Drake

I don’t really have a fancy ass reason why I selected these videos other than I like these bitches. More than anything I like the musical content. I’ve been looking for some new music so I hopped on my devices and went traveling. Here’s my top 16 Picks for the week:

P.S. You don’t have to watch all these damn videos at one time. You can always come back; and yes I know you’ve seen Drake video….but I don’t care.


Tink | M.I.A


Queen Naija | Karma


Dreezy | Where Them $ @


Valee | Gin & Juice


Queen Key Featuring King Louie | Toes Out


Kidd Kenn Featuring Queen Key | ERIOD


Ann Marie | Handle It


Wale |Black Bonnie


Lil Durk Featuring Gunna & TK Kravitz |Home Body


Lil Durk | Rememberance


DGainz |Good Luck


Baby Fendi | Ride


BoDi Deeder | Trap Money Crack Money


Allegra Dayo | Callin’


G Herbo Featuring Southside| Swervo


Drake | In My Feelings

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Communal Eating and the Importance of Sharing a Meal and Conversation

Yesterday at Demera Ethiopian Restaurant, I hosted 8 guest to celebrate the New Year (my new year).  The benefits of dining with others is the centering of food and conversation which helps to upwardly build relations.

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In today’s community or world we don’t eat with our family a lot. We’re typically always on the go, with our extended family from work, or maybe with our friends. Whatever the situation, we aren’t spending two hours a day communally eating.

What is Communal Eating:

Communal Eating As A Vaccination Against Loneliness And Social Isolation

Eating together and having a quintessential human experience is communal dining. You get to catch up with your peers, family, or partners. It’s a great way to learn from one another and inspire new cuisines, cultural practices, and share information.

Conarga released news about a national survey that they performed, which found that 40 percent of American families eat dinner together at three or fewer times a week. I’m not for sure when the news release was published but I’ll guess that it was around 2003. Do you think that number has increased or decreased?

Well I’m gone get straight to the point with you. I’m improving my life and culture, so how I bond with humans in my life is utterly important to me. It’s not about one individual but about the unit as a collective. It’s about the whole experience and learning how not to be selfish or kill the mood of others, being aware of how you’re energy (Inner G) impacts others.

Here’s my Why

Inspired by GOODNET, gateway to doing good

9 Scientifically Proven Reasons to Eat Dinner as a Family 

  1. Betters Relationships
  2. Leads to Healthier Food Choices
  3. Can Lead to Better Grades or Work Experience
  4. A Chance to Explore New Foods
  5. Lead to Greater Happiness
  6. Homemade Meals Promotes Portion Control including Public Communal Dining
  7. Equals healthy Children and Adults
  8. Relieves Stress
  9. Saves Money