I once read a fascinating article which talked about seven common things that mostly everybody is doing wrong. The main one was breathing! lol Most people in this fast paced world breath too shallow and too quick, instead of taking deep breaths from the diaphragm like you see sleeping babies do.
The article also mentioned that the modern toilet is too high, which is why many toil on the toilet! Pun intended. The more natural position is what we did before the modern toilet was invented, we SQUATTED! This angle, or lack thereof, causes easier passage and less straining . To feel the difference yourself simply put a six to 8 inch stool under your foot…
Not mentioned in that article, but using the same principle, is a pregnant woman’s position during child birth:
A Woman Trying to Give Birth
Lying on her back, in the horizontal position
The modern, western way, is half as bad
As a woman trying to give birth
Standing on her head.
During these First Days of the New World we are creating, child birth will be easier
As we return to the ancient Afrakan
Indigenous people’s way of Squatting
And, with a more vertical birth canal
Allowing Mother Nature and Gravity
To help bring newborns into the world.
This position makes it much less likely that you will have to pay extra to those in the medical profession who like to drug you and cut you up and give you C sections in the name of Ceasar and the dollar bill.
Paradise’s 2016 Cultural World’s Fair will take place in Oakland, during the new Black History Month, from December 26, 2015, through February 2016, this Summer and beyond! The Greater Oakland San Francisco Bay Area welcomes the brightest minds, biggest hearts and greatest artists from all over the world to come to this extraordinary region during the First Days of the New World and Aquarian Age we were sent her to create. Here:
Home of the Black Panthers (50th Anniversary)
Home of the first Black Studies Departments in the Schools
Home of the first Kwanzaa
Home of the Black Arts Movement (West Coast 50 year anniversary)
Home of Super Bowl 50
Home of Black Lives Matter
Home of the Free Speech Movement
Home of Olympic Boycotters Tommie Smith and John Carlos
Home of Occupy Oakland
Home of the Summer of Love
Home of the Ohlone Indians
Home of the Golden State Warriors
Home of the Oakland Raiders
Home of the redemption, protest song of the century and new international black anthem, “I Love Everything About You, But You!”
Home of 939 is CommUnity Prayer Time (9am, 3pm, 9pm
We will be celebrating all of these momentous occasions and more…
If you would like to make a donation and be listed as a sponsor, if you would like to volunteer or if you have an event you would like to include in the fair calender or itinerary, inbox me here or contact us at
Start spreading the news…we will be celebrating all of the above and more during this great Harmonic Convergence aligned by the anceStars!
This sight is a work in progress…
A few events…
In the Name of Love: 14th Annual Musical Tribute Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Sunday, January 17, 7pm. Oakland Scottish Rite Center, 1547 Lakeside Dr. The Civil Rights Movement through Nina Simone. $25-$40 Marcus Shelby, Paula West, Dana King, others..
Saturday, February 6, 1-4pm, 25th Annual African American Celebration through Poetry, 1801 Adeline Street, West Oakland branch library. Free event.
Project Back to Africa: Black Love Mixer, February, date and location to be announced.
SOBOM: State of Black Oakland (Men). Black men of Oakland speak! Sharing concerns, ideas and plans for the future of Oakland and black men in Oakland, America and the world. February-March, time and location to be announced.
First Fridays Art Murmer, Telegraph Avenue, downtown Oakland, 5pm until, every First Friday.
Salon for the Arts, last Sunday of every month, Alameda Beach
Paradise’s 18th Annual Cleopatra’s Ball, celebrating Women’s History Month
Art & Soul, downtown Oakland, August.
Other venues to be posted momentarily…