Resources For Caring For Your Body And Spirit Every Day Of The Week

Many of us want to deepen our spiritual practices, but don’t know where to start. Here is a broad list of resources, accounts, and practitioners that give us life and lift our spirits.

Resources For Caring For Your Body And Spirit Every Day Of The Week
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#1: Social Media

There are numerous accounts on Social Media dedicated to spirituality or spiritual wellness.

Some great Instagram accounts to follow are @Alex, @BlackLiturgies, @MichellCClark, @LalahDelia, and @YourSpiritualMermaid.

#2: Books

There are many books and audiobooks that tap into Black spirituality.

Some of our picks are “Sacred Woman” by Queen Afua, “African Goddess Initiation” by Abiola Abrams, and “Love & Rage” by Lama Rod Owens.

#3: Self-Care Products

Caring for our bodies is essential for cleansing our spirits.

These Black owned businesses intentionally work spiritual wellness into their product lines, like Quinton and Terran Lewis’ natural soap line Herb'N Eden,” Bea Dixon’s plant-derived feminine care line “The Honey Pot,” and icon Alicia Keys “Keys Soulcare.”

#4: Journaling As Manifestation

Journaling is a powerful way to write out our manifestations and dreams. We can then use our entries to hold ourselves accountable to turn these dreams into realities.

A journal brand we’re shouting out is Set In Soul.They have self-guided journals for a wide range of needs and interests.

All these resources are amazing, but only you can show up for your spiritual journey. The first step is believing you are worthy of love, care, healing, and divine freedom. Trust that you are.

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