Tighten Up Your Regimens And Rituals

Weekend Tidbit Take a couple minutes this weekend to tighten up on your rituals and regimens. If you don't have any, create some. Since we are all on the course of elevating our minds, evolving, allowing our minds and souls to lead us, trusting the process, and believing that the Universe has our backs -- … Continue reading Tighten Up Your Regimens And Rituals


Deconditioning Yourself

Breaking The Rules of Tradition From birth, us humans have been being trained. We're trained to walk, talk, go potty, and around ages 3 or 4, we begin social training -- things such as: manners, sharing, and etiquette. The next course of training is morality. This is basically where we are taught the difference between … Continue reading Deconditioning Yourself

The Journey of the Human Mind, Part 3: The Finale

Following The Lead of Mind And Soul This is the final installation of my Journey of the Human Mind series. Throughout this series, it's been my intent to examine mind travel, the use of words, and the use of our time. I hope that this series has inspired you all to pay attention to the … Continue reading The Journey of the Human Mind, Part 3: The Finale

Energy, Spirit, & Power: The Core of The Human Being

How To Use Your Power Effectively Once again, we've made it to another weekend. Happy Friday! As you enjoy your weekend, or, if you're like me, and you'll be working through the weekend, keep this in mind: we are all humans, and the core of our being, is energy and spirit. The human body, dies. … Continue reading Energy, Spirit, & Power: The Core of The Human Being

Time, Chance, & Circumstance

A Note To Self When I moved from Michigan to Tennessee, people from back home, as well as people from other states, would ask me, "When are you going to come back for a visit?". My answer was always, "When time, chance, and circumstance prevails, I'll visit" -- In other words, when all things line … Continue reading Time, Chance, & Circumstance

Celebrating Dr. King Day, Dr. King’s Way

Give Love For MLK Day! It is very well known that Dr. King was a civil rights leader. However, when I listen to humans talk about and express discriminatory views toward certain groups of people, lifestyles, and classes -- yet claim to understand and appreciate the struggles and sacrifices of the civil rights movement, it … Continue reading Celebrating Dr. King Day, Dr. King’s Way

40 Most Interesting Album Covers

Interesting Album ArtHAPPY WEEKEND, my dear Afrologik readers and/or followers! On Friday's, I like to keep my articles light and short (even though last Friday's was a bit deep. Kinda). So, today, I'm going to revisit my first love -- music! Usually, when I write about music, it's a listicle of my favorite artists and/or … Continue reading 40 Most Interesting Album Covers