The Healing Power of Nutrition

Yahuah has provided all we need to nourish and heal our bodies. Ezekiel 47:12 says, “And by the bank of the stream, on both sides, grow all kinds of trees used for food, whose leaves do not wither and fruit do not fail. They bear fruit every new moon, because their water flows from a…

What is the significance of Counting the Omer?

The Deep Significance of Counting the Omer The Omer marks the 50 days traveling the desert from Egypt to Sinai. It also marks the wave offering of the Temple on the second day of Passover. The wave offering was a measure of flour made from the first sheaves of barley grain that had been reaped….

7 Steps to Consistency  By Sharah the Yaladah    During a Banah morning reflection we discussed that one of the characteristics of a virtuous woman is consistency. Mother Malakah brought out the word “Sheba.”  This word is translated in English as “oath” (it is also the hebrew word for the number 7). In the Hebrew…

Whole 30

Our bodies are constantly bombarded with toxins from the products we use, to the air we breathe, to the water we drink. The toxins we are exposed to, lead to inflammation which turns into disease. It is also important to note that the root cause of disease begins in the colon and gut. One way…

Pregnancy, Stress & Anxiety Oh My!!!

Let’s be honest! Life can be stressful all by itself but when you add pregnancy to the mix stress levels can rise. We find ourselves instantly concerned about what doctor to pick, where to deliver, how to deliver, what to eat and what not to eat (not to mention the financial responsibility of pregnancy and…

Pre-Pregnancy Preparedness: Part I

My Secret Garden Pre-pregnancy Preparedness  Part I: Pulling Up Weeds “My frame was not hidden from you, when I was being made in secret, intricately woven in the depths of the earth.” Psalm 139 You may have read the title and thought,  “what does pulling up weeds have to do with pre-pregnancy preparedness?”  Well in…

Call the Sabbath a Delight

I believe it’s important to love what Yah loves and hate what Yah hates. The system we live in believes that we should focus on our own desires with little regard to anyone else. This is not the way of the Most High. We should esteem what the Most High esteems and honor what He…

Mikvah

Mikveh/Mikvah is a bath used for the purpose of ritual immersion to achieve spiritual purity. Mikveh spelled hey/yod/qoph/mem (מִקְוֶה) in Hebrew has a hidden message that states: “Through Water ones status is changed by the Right arm of YAHUAH (YAHUSHA) and revived/restored.” The very PALEO of the work MIKVEH tells us Hebrews YAHUAHs ultimate plan…

Keepers At Home

Shalom Sisters! When studying the scripture it is important to understand from a Hebrew perspective. Today I would like to give the term, keepers at home, in Titus chapter 2 extra attention. ” The aged women likewise, that they be in behavior as becometh holiness, not false accusers, not given to much wine, teachers of good things; that…

The 7 Elements of Culture

Read the following information posted in the Facebook group by Mother Angela Malakah Phillips. What is Culture? Why is it important ? How does Hebraic Culture look? Let’s explore the answers to these questions as Mothers are the first and foremost teachers of culture. THE SEVEN ELEMENTS OF CULTURE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION Creates social structure by…