April is Conscious Self-Healthcare & Lymphatic Cellular Wellness Month. We Cellabrate Emancipate Yourself from Medical Mental Slavery Day is April 30th. Join the celebration on www.innerlightradio for the 6th Annual Emacnipate Yourself from Medical Mental Slavery Day Awards and the 2nd Annual Global Conscious Self-Healthcare Panel Discussion Radio Show Saturday, April 30, 2016 at 6 pm EST/ 3 pm PST/ 5 pm CST for a three hour live broadcast.
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We will custom create the inside of the card for you to share with your love one to have the courage and strength of Andrew to move from disease care 2 conscious self-healthcare. Order your wellness card today!
Custom cards are $15 and blank cards 1 for $10 - 2 or more (email for cost)
You also have the option of requesting this poem as an mp3 for the cost of $5.
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Humam Abdulmalik, CEO and founder of Blackanized Inc. and co-founder of Conscious Chess MOVES (Mental Observation View is Essential for Success) organzations that are geared to giving our youth an alternated life stlye through the avenue of chess in order for them to develop sself-esteem and self-motivation in become upright citizens, innerstanding that they are our future leaders.
Being a person very serious about my health I try to always eat live food because I am a living being. raw fruit and vegetables is divine medicine from the creator for me. Many thanks to Dr Karen Khadijah Davis-Foulks for showing me the way to become my own natural doctor.
I wrote this poem that you are hearing 'The Unseen Barrier" as a request from Dr K to inspire you to think twice before you bring more damage to the living cells by only supporting your health care with Western treatments of cut, burn, poision and drug. I am honored to have created the poem that honors Dr K mission in conscious self-healthcare to assist all with the possibility of eradicating disease thinking from each person heart and mind. This poem is on the back of the wellness card.