Saturday, September 22, 2018

You G.R.O.W.W. Girls- Teach a Girl Heal A Nation

We must embrace our Beautiful Ebony Indigo Girls!
Love them, feed them healthy foods, clean water, teach them positive activities and exercise, and positive values, knowledge of self and Identity.

IMHO We must focus on cultivating the inside of our girls and women, more than the outside. This is why I established a parent and girls group called "You G.R.O.W.W. Girls."

We are souls having a human experience. Our Ebony girls will grow to be the mothers of our next generation.

"We must teach our youth true knowledge of self. to empower them with a legacy of wealth." Nuta Beqsu Amen-Ra

We must teach each of our young girls their self-knowledge - to understand the power of their bodies, as a sacred temple of life, and to return their self-esteem and self-respect, not only for each individual girl and her family but for her nation.

At Amen Par Ankh our Motto is: Teach a Girl- Heal a Nation.
We Celebrate Life with a group called You GROWW Girls. G.R.O.W.W. Stands for Gaining Resilience, Opportunity, Wellness, and Wealth. We teach young women how to live virtuously and Practically. How to withstand and endure with resilience, the test, and trials of life. As we teach young women about the natural world, domestic engineering, arts and crafts, healing therapies, Financial Literacy, and Consumer savvy, We, in fact, expose them to applied careers in STEAM(science, Technology Engineering, Industrial Arts and Mathematics) as we learn about, Technology, computers, biology, and ecology.  The success and the future health and wellness of our communities, hedge within the wellness and healthy environment of each of our girls. For it is within the nutrition, knowledge and cultivation of the minds, body, and spirit of our young girls, and the health of their wombs that will disseminate and build the success of future families and communities. We encourage young women to become entrepreneurs in home cottage industries and non-conventional careers in STEAM- Technology, computers, biology, and ecology. Our young girls learn Plant Identification of herbs and food nutrition. Teaching them to grow their own foods and learn about their own health and wellness. We Invite you to join us and support our youth. Feel free to Contact us for our women's circles and study groups.

If you would like to volunteer or assist or enroll your young girls between the ages of 8 and 18, please Contact: Queen Ma Nuta Beqsu: 816-304-7240 or email us:

I am a natural Woman and love It! Love and accept me as I am.

*We must Re-Member that we are Divine Souls having a human experience

*We must know that our bodies are the sacred temple of our soul and a vessel for the holy spirit of life. *As Indigo women, our bodies hold the sacred cradle and womb for our children and all future generations. *We are the children of a collective universe, and we have a higher state of divine purpose and consciousness. *As Black Women- WE are the Original Womb of All Humans. We are the Eve on this Planet

*The greatest thing we can do for our bodies is to make them into a Spirit temple and use them to glorify our higher selves.

Many are under the spell of sexual immorality and addictions. We live in an addictive world of consumerism. We are conditioned to covet, desire and consume. We are trained to exploit ourselves for capital to Consume depreciating personal property, instead of *Accumulating Appreciating Assets. Often what we get in our chasing of consumables, is not what we had in mind at all, in our acquisitions. Sometimes we don’t even know what we want.

*Many sacred texts exhort the sacredness of the body temple.

“Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? ...therefore honor God with your body” (1 Corinthians 6:19-20).

Using the word “temple” to describe our body as a dwelling, conveys the idea that our bodies are the shrine, or the sacred place, in which the Spirit not only lives, but is revered, and honored. Therefore, we must acknowledge that we have human rights and choices on how we behave, think, speak, eat. What we let into the temple through our eyes and ears becomes critically important as well, for every thought, word and deed we expose our bodies to.

There are many people who have only or always known reprobate behavior. They may have been orphaned or lived in the death style of toxic chemicals, toxic foods, and dysfunctional parents or guardians. Many may have been traumatized from an early age, often witnessing traumatic experiences from the womb. There are many people who have only known generational trauma.

We must choose to live in inner peace and health.

Instructions to “get rid of all bitterness, rage, and anger, brawling, and slander, along with every form of malice; Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other...” (Ephesians 4:31-32) is also a mandate for healthy living.

When we live by the Spirit, we will no longer gratify the desires of a destructive dysfunctional nature. (Galatians 5:16).

These phrases are not only good for our soul, but for our health and wellness too. We are all connected. Many of our fears, anxiety, worry, anger and heartache directly affect the major organs that cause us to be prematurely diseased.

As Afrikan Americans, we are dying more from what we put in our mouths than murder and gunfire. So it is imperative that we practice healthy eating of balanced meals that include fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.

Fresh air and exercise should also be practiced as a discipline of our body temple. living naturally and close to the earth is the healthiest way, far away from a worldly disconnect from nature.
It is also important to practice good hygiene. In most cases of sexual promiscuity, illegal drug use mixed with poor hygiene, lack of exercise and connection with nature, often leads to premature illnesses and death.

Moving as women into virtuous living is a step in the right direction. Creating home cottage businesses, growing our own foods, practicing culinary arts and crafts are positive and rewarding. We must be leaders and examples for our children to break the cycle of exploitation of our youth.

It is important that our young Black Princesses know their value, worth, and purpose and that they have self-esteem and knowledge of their cultural history. We must return our women to be the Queen Mother Goddesses that they truly are before the world and the earth.

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A lot of men don't know how to relate to natural women who are intelligent, vegetarian, conscious of her values, and Identity, and who are African conscious. Natural Women are often considered an intimidation or threat by a lot of Black Men. Women must live in a patriarchal system. The Mass Media has a powerful effect on the masses of people. Many men are acculturated to be attracted by superficial attributes first before they consider character.
 I have heard young men say that that they prefer light skinned, or mixed race women because they want their children to have "good hair." Women often dress to appeal to the whims of men who have low intent and expectations. They are used to seeing women in the mass media, and entertainment arenas, with the tinsel town, weaves, drama, attitude and Reality TV type illusions... With music videos, that are normalizing materialism, strip clubs, pornography, and homosexuality, in the minds of our young men and girls. It is our Black men who are buying into the Mass Media. They are disrespecting our Black Mothers and girls. In this patriarchal system, men have double standards. They want to "sew their wild oats," looking for one type of woman, yet, they are rare to make a commitment... Many men are infatuation junkies, who are too immature to move forward into a mature commitment.

Yet, In contrast, I often think about the devastation caused by strict patriarchal religions, and belief systems, that expect Women to completely cover ourselves, and blame our Girls and women for men's temptations, and that we are cursed all the way back to Eve... I remember we are living in a racist patriarchal society. Within this society's racist history, Black girls were raped and accused of provoking their abuse, just because we are more physically developed and endowed than Caucasian women... (Black Venus Hottentot- Saartje Baartman,) To speak of this factor in the choices of some women to Identify with a racist people, for the hope of inclusion or semblance of success on the job is significant.


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Nuta Beqsu, is a Kandki Ma of many Suns, Daughters, Grand Princesses and Princes, living in the urban Kansas City Area. With a Mission to provide solutions to the cycles of violence, health disparities, poverty, and inequalities in wealth, she opened the Amen Par Ankh, a Natural Life Center, and Amen Ankh Academy and Homeschool network of Industrial arts. This is a green space for Home Scholars, an Independent Library and Home Blessings and Notions. She presently available for Consultations, Workshops Edutainment and lectures. currently working with grief counseling making Dolls for mothers who have suffered loss of their children. A Teacher, Priestess, Minister, Life coach, blogger and respected public speaker and educator who has conducted several workshops at various organizations, served as a panelist and as keynote speaker at regional meetings. She has a monthly call-in or listen online- Radio show Nuta Beqsu means (heaven gives me balance) This is an ancient KMT language that is still in practice today. Nu, Nut, & Ta are Elemental powers of the Heavens: Nu is Moisture, and Water. Nut is the Celestial Sky goddess. She represents the cosmos and the universe. The Universe is always giving birth to new solar systems and stars. Ta is the original word for land and Queendoms of our ancient Matriarchal societies. Our land is our home, and the place for the empirical existence where we learn form our experiences. She seeks to live in balance between the planetary and heavenly existences. We are all connected to the land, trees, microcosm and macrocosm, Inner verse and universe. Nuta Beqsu (heaven gives me balance) will be programmed into conscious spirit, to produce thought sequences to direct a course of action as a way to achieve successfulness in life. Visualization is thought converted into a pleasurable visual image(s) to achieve a goal and/or purpose. We connect with Divine Power to guide and direct our pathways. As a divine name is spoken the receiver has unity of direction in life. Her name reflects her Destiny. So, the sight Sound, vision, smells and colors associated with a divine name will give guidance in her pathway. As a Minister and Director at Amen Par Ankh and Ankh Amen Ankh Akademy, we offer Ancestor Libation Ceremony, Consultations and Life Coaching for Destiny, Name, Health, Career and Relationships. Afrikan Wedding planning and officiate services, Home and Business Blessings, Naming, Birth Blessings, Domestic Engineering, Home going Ascension services, Lectures, and edutainment- Storytelling, Music, Dance, Youth Outreach and economic Literacy, Travel agency, Insurance Referrals and STEMM(science technology engineering mathematics medicine) Career introduction called You GROWW Girls- Teach a Girl, Heal a Nation GROWW means (Gaining, Resilience, Opportunity, Wellness and Wealth) Call for your appointment: 816-839-7945 Feel free to Contact the Amen Ankh Urban Farm... or Please like our facebook pages: , , ,