I am inviting you to join me for African Goddess Initiation Summer Fest 2021! African Goddess Initiation Summer Fest is a global goddess gathering of women like you and me, around the world to embody our divine power. Did you catch day one with Goddess Anita Kopacz?
::::Check it out free at AfricanGoddessClub.com 
Connecting with your goddess power is about connecting with your self, mind, body and Spirit. I created the African Goddess Initiation Summer Fest in celebration of my brand new Hay House book, African Goddess Initiation: Sacred Rituals for Self-Love, Prosperity and Joy(on sale now).
Dress like a goddess, tag me and join us! 


Hannah Eko – African Goddess Initiation Summer Fest Day 16

African Goddess Initiation: Sacred Rituals for Self-Love, Prosperity and Joy

Hey Goddess,

Twenty years ago when I held goddess circles in my East Harlem living room, folks thought I was a weirdo. (Still do!) And no one knew what I was talking about. But here we are now. The feminine divine has been buried, hidden, and burned, but still we rise. And African spiritual philosophies have been demonized and belittled.
But again, here we are now.

This is what the African Goddess Initiation Summer Fest 2021 is all about! You are being called forth to reclaim who we really are – as women worldwide. You now must remember what we know in our bones and arteries. You are sacred.

Will you join us? You know this is for you if this message found you. The rebirth has already begun.

Sign up free at: AfricanGoddessClub.com

I invited about 20 power-filled goddess mystics, many of whom are featured in my new book, to share their knowledge with you.

Today’s Goddess Guru is Goddess Hannah Eko.

African Goddess initiation Fest Festival

Hannah Eko, Honey is the Knife

What does “goddess” mean to you, Hannah?

Goddess is noun, verb, and adjective. It is who we are: divine manifestations of the feminine. We also “goddess”: we take our gifts, our power, and even our imperfections and our hurts and we alchemize them into something gorgeous and real. We goddess in so many different ways. We are goddesses in our energy and our visage.

How would you describe an empowered goddess?

An empowered goddess knows there is no wrong feeling. She uses the truth of her emotions to arrive at truth. She leads with love and protects life.

Is there a goddess that you relate to?

Osun, Oya, Yemoja, Sojourner Truth, Maya Angelou, and Frida Kahlo.

African Goddess Initiation Fest celebrates the divine feminine powers of the African Diaspora. How do you describe your heritage or home?

Black Nigerian

What magic are you most excited about sharing right now?

My new book Honey is the Knife and my Women, Writing, Weed & Wine class!

My book is a collection of essays that explores the pleasure of owning the spectrum of who we are. And my class is a pleasure centered and literary intensive space to generate new writing in supportive community.

What do you want people to know right now?

Hannah Eko’s Website – Hannahoeko.com

If you want to find out more about Hannah Eko and her work, be sure to check out her website and subscribe to the Full Moon newsletter!


About the African Goddess Initiation Summer Fest 2021

Here’s how this free virtual event will unfold:   
From this Monday July 12th to August 1st, we will dance daily in the realism of the goddesses.
For the first 9 days, I will be going live on Facebook and Instagram — @HayHouse and @AbiolaTV.
PLUS every day you will be give another goddess lesson from the mystics I interviewed.
When you sign up at AfricanGoddessClub.com, you will also receive a free Goddess Initiation Self-Love Starter Kit.

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