The story tellers of the African history, are now again opening and being shared worldwide!! Listen to this story of the Yoruba, Nigerian tribe, about the absence of the divine feminine and what it did to the world!! Wowooooh. Thank you sister Luisah Teish for sharing.
Love it, time is now to share all the African knowledge!
For more info about the great motherland, follow my page: ‘Rise and Shine West Africa’ https://www.facebook.com/riseandshinewestafrica/
where I share much more info.
Much love to you❤💫🌟ESNADI
Please share wide and far, and if you find any info about the motherland, please share on this page, so we can all get back to our african lives and roots again!🌟🙏
I love children, the 3 girls having fun! We met in a restaurant in the busy town of Delhi, and connected right away. Without many words, but language from body, mind and soul aspect was communicating. Sharing our cultural habbits.
Total “strangers” as we would say….but when you connect with your heart and soul, you know them. We are them too. We all mirror each other. We are ONE.
First they studied me for a while and found that I was very much the same as them…I ate the same way, I was dressed the same way, I just looked different….
And we had sooo much fun. I was the attraction of the restaurant and it was such an honour to be with all of them at a table and enjoy the same foods as a family🕉🍜
I AM sharing my first professionally made video, about my life as a modern gypsy and my challenges. My travels for 15 years and living in 5 different continents and cultures with my family. And how this process helped me to get out of my comfortzone. How all cultures helped me to see we are ONE, we just have different habbits and systems.
In that same period I went thrue my breastcancer treatments in 2002, but more about that in another professional video of the serie. You will see my bodyshape changed because of that imbalance. I share with you about my experiences as a child and how to deal with the disharmony in the world.
I thank all the people that were in my life at this period of time, and for the great experiences it gave me. I thank my lovely children Bart and Laurien. Much thanks to the professional team of Rishi Pathak in Mumbai India, for our great cooperation in this creation. I am grateful for all your efforts and all involved. Enjoy my story of my cultural travels, much love to you, Esnadi
I LOVE children, the purest beings and mostly connected to their infinate state of being. When visiting schools in Nigeria 🇳🇬 in 2001, they showed me the “being grateful and loving” energy. Having much fun interacting with them and to learn from their culture and inner happiness. For they showed me to be playfull with the most smallest of items, instead of other cultures luxury tools of games. Their happiness, singing and shining came from inside💖
PART 2 of the series of BLOG stories from: ESNADI’s MEMORIES FROM LIVING in WEST AFRICA. About my travels and time I LIVED AROUND THE WORLD.
In this video I share my experiences from the 5 different continents I lived; Scotland, California, Colombia, Nigeria, Sultanate of Oman. After living in these country’s for a period of 16 years, I returned back to my home country, the Netherlands. I am sharing much information about different cultures and how to deal with it, and to enjoy them, for we are all one. When people ask me witch country I enjoyed the most, I had the most exiting time in Nigeria, for my heart loves the culture and the challenges that take you out of your comfort zone. Enjoy the video, produced and made with a professional team and please share this message,
Namaste to all, much love, Esnadi At Restoreyourlife
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Welcome to the NEW SERIES of blog stories from my travels and time I LIVED AROUND THE WORLD.
ESNADI’s MEMORIES FROM LIVING IN WEST AFRICA.
Let me take you on a journey and share my experiences from living in WEST AFRICA. I lived in NIGERIA from 1998 until 2003. And had many amazing adventures and got to know the culture as much as possible, for what I could see at that time through my eyes. My heart really loves the culture and I always made the joke: I look like a white woman, but from the inside I Am a black and white mix woman. Enjoy the stories and travels I made in Nigeria mostly and some other places while driving to Ghana. Much love to you Esnadi🌞💖