It has almost been a year since I have been in the studio discussing what is going on in the world of Entertainment. All of my studio shows ended in November of last year. Rants & Robes came to an end last December. I have no desire to discuss these things. My desire began to drift away slowly… but surely… prior to all of my shows coming to a close. Over the course of this year, everything became more clear and confirmed my decision.
Currently, Ye (Kanye West) is THE public controversy and is being attacked with distorted truths and propaganda. My beliefs on this matter is deeper than I desire to cover in this blog. “Those who have ears let them hear” is the approach I take to this situation with the understanding that, it is not my job to save the world. It is my duty to save myself while assisting my husband to keep our family safe and on a positive trajectory toward the future.
It is my belief that we are in a great transition on the planet. Clarity began to come to me when the pandemic hit in 2020. Reflecting back, I have been going through what is sensationally labeled an “awakening” for years. “I” have truly come to understand battles are internal and they are projected externally. Until the population decides they want different by making a change internally…their external circumstances will continue to appear to be what many would label “evil”.
I don’t believe you have to agree with everything an individual says. Matter of fact, you will not agree with everything anyone says. The media does an excellent job with manipulating and lying to the minds of the masses. It is my experiences and degree in Mass Communications Public Relations that have led me to know this to be true. From my perception, Ye is a perfect example of this. The mainstream media controlled by a select few has taken a “true” statement (highlighted in the Bible created for us) spoken by Ye and manipulated it to appear as an attack on a specific people.
This poses another question. Should we believe in the Bible or, are they inadvertently acknowledging the falsehoods etched in the “good book”? I think this question is definitely worth pondering. Mind you, I am not insinuating that what Ye pointed out on Drink Champs regarding Black people (as publicly labeled)is one of them.
“I” can no longer discuss distractions and confusion. “I” can no longer discuss things that take away from the benefits, pleasantries, and fruit of life that I came down as a spirit wrapped in flesh to experience. “I” refuse to continue to censor myself to prolong the failing of our current projected experience of a system or, to shield the feelings of others. We are collectively having an experience but my individual experience takes priority. My articulated viewpoints, feelings, and experiences shouldn’t be blocked, banned, demonized, or erased from existence. They have been and would have continued to be until the new day arrives. Ye is proof.
It doesn’t seem possible to get people to see what they aren’t meant to see. It is also fair to allow people to come to their own understanding in their time. This may be hard to believe but, no one needs a leader. You already have inner guidance given by the creator. There is nothing wrong with seeking clarity but depending on continous leadership can lead you astray. Most often than not, with power comes corruption. The Ego is prone to take over. Everyone’s journey is individually specific and experienced.
When it comes to relationships, if people want healthy ones, they will do what it takes to achieve them. Outside of that, it seems to be another ploy of division, confusion, and distraction when being discussed on public platforms. You can’t set people free from chaos and confusion when they secretly desire it and feed off of its energy. I do not take pleasure in talking to brick walls.
So now, I talk about what makes me happy and I do so when I want to. I have some idea of what is to come next but, for now, I am enjoying my life and my family. All of my material is still up along with new material and spiritually evolved material. Keeping up with me is being patient and taking a peak into my journey. I thank all that has been along for the ride.
I love you, I love me, and I love us.