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The Black Mother Wound:
A Kemetic Centered Thought Remedy

By Bakhet Ma'aT Sat Ra

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Join us SPRING 2023

Attending the Wound

A Zamani2Sasa E-course

with Bakhet Ma'aT Sat Ra

*For every child of a Black mother!

let's Realize, Recognize, Respond, and Resist the generational wounds of Black Motherhood.

*Stay tuned Black Fathers and Sons for the Divine Black Masculine workshop by joining our email list HERE.

Zamani2Sasa KCTR™, is based on ancestral African technology: the first thought idea of the first born people (Shock, 2019) that qualified; interceptive, perceptive, receptive, conceptive and intuitive consciousness.

The Attending the Wound workshop provides a sustainable practice to recover our highest vibration, through the accurate reckoning of our divine Black feminine and masculine identity, self honesty, self knowledge, self acceptance and self determination.

This practice includes a fearless, and honest, appraisal of character traits that define our:

  • Black Mother Wound

  • Spiritual assets & liabilities to combat the structures built to house pain and fear.

  • Interceptive, perceptive, receptive, conceptive and intuitive journey to healing.

  • Narrative beliefs: motherhood, daughterhood, career & financial, family, health, sexual, shame, guilt, regret, competition, criticism, desire, boundaries, race, sisterhood, and more.

"Nothing is wrong with Black Motherhood,

Something happened to it."

-SHOCK Metaphysics, 2019

Kemetic Centered Thought Remedy (KCTR™) reflects the process of dismantling thought ideas that diminish the intuitive consciousness of the divine Black feminine and masculine relationship with the Black Mother Wound.

In this 4-week Attending the Wound E-course, we will:

  • Examine the historical & epigenetic impacts of becoming a Black mother, and becoming a Black daughter or son.

  • Explore the conscious workings of our attitudes, behaviors, and conversations, and how they promote, or diminish the Black Mother Wound.

  • Create a personal Wound attendance KCTR™ chart to enhance our clarity of the center from which we intend to operate.

  • Develop spiritual literacy to budget our space, time, energy and movement (S.T.E.M) as a path to true personal and collective wealth.

Participants will receive:

  • Unit 1 - 4: Self Honesty, Self Knowledge, Self Acceptance & Self Determination

  • Curriculum Video Download

  • pre-Unit worksheets digital download

  • 14-day Aset "calling in the pieces" shadow ceremony for wholeness

  • Journal prompts & personal shadow work inventories

  • S.T.E.M benchmark inventory for weekly spiritual goals

  • Zamani2Sasa "Attending the Wound" monthly blog author invitation!

E-course release Date:

  • SPRING 2023

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Life on Life's terms!

For the past 22 years, Bakhet has worked with displaced women and girls affected by political and climate trauma. For most of Bakhet's life, she has lived as an intuitive teacher, and student, and has used those skills to organize Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL) intensive classes, in displacement camps, throughout 52 countries, on 5 continents.

The instruction has often been based in language development to affirm empowerment, provision, and protection, for women and girls fleeing Eastern geographies, for Western colonial spaces.

Bakhet majored in English Literature & Speech Communications, with a theme focus on Institutionalized Racism in the U.S., and holds several professional designations in Methodological Systems Development.

As I began to over-stand my own central trauma, and the self-determination required to recover from the historical, and epigenetic, impacts on the Black women in my family, the focus became sharing my journey of restoration, and how to get into the solution, instead of focusing on Black women as the problem.

"When we listen to other Black women share their past, we can give a special kind of comfort with our own experiences. We've done some of the same things, we've thought some of the same ways, we've felt some of the same kind of pain and remorse. We've suffered in ways that only other Black women can suffer. We can relate, and so can they. Our past pain is valuable, even priceless, because we can use it to help Black women who still suffer.

A loving Creator can work through us when we're honest about our past. That possibility, can give meaning to why we are here, and what we have survived." - Bakhet Ma'aT Sat Ra