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Black Feminist Breathing Chorus Meditation #2

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I Have Hopes For Myself

Today Queen Poet Laureate Gwendolyn Brooks offers us what I call an “accessible affirmation.”   Something great is possible.  🙂

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If you want to breathe together in person there is still time to sign up for the Black Feminist Breathing Retreat:

And if you want to pay it forward consider donating to the Black Feminist Breathing Retreat Scholarship Fund so someone else can attend!

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In order to keep the air moving and the energy gathering each meditation is available for three days after it is posted.  If you would like to get eternal access to the meditations streaming and downloaded to use for your personal upliftment or to share with your organization or students you can become a monthly sustainer of the Eternal Summer of Black Feminist Mind at a level that feels generously sustainable to you.



Or if you want to move the meditation magic forward you can make a donation towards the scholarship fund for the Black Feminist Breathing Retreat (see more below).  Donations of $25-100 give you eternal access to the streaming meditations on the site and donations of 101 or more give you access to streaming AND downloads of the meditations as audio files.



If breathing in chorus through this virtual experience feels great, imagine what it would feel like to breathe together in person!!!  On July 4th weekend 2014 we will be gathering for the Black Feminist Breathing Retreat in Magnolia, Mississippi at the Flowering Lotus Meditation Center.



Here is a video that includes some of the power of our breathing together at last year’s Combahee Pilgrimage Retreat:



Combahee Pilgrimage Trailer from J. Roxanne on Vimeo.


We hope to see you this Summer!!!!





 Alexis Pauline Gumbs


Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind


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