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The island of the goddess- isla mujeres, Mexico

Why are WE in Isla Mujeres?

Let me briefly explain why were I am is sooooooooo powerful and important, and how we choose the places that we souljourn too.

Isla Mujeres (island of women) is dedicated to the Goddess Ixchel, where there is still a temple (it's actually just 300 yards from where I'm staying). Ixchel (pronounced 'ee shell') is the Maya goddess of the moon, of love, of gestation, of medicine/healing, and of the textile arts. She is revered as the goddess of the moon, because of her feminine character. She represents the fertility linked to the earth, due to the fact that the cycles of the moon are those which determine the times of planting and harvest. She is also associated with the rains, rabbits and rainbows.

I choose to visit places where the HEALING ARTS and HEALING ENERGY are the primary focus and I want to share these paradise places with as many like-minded folks as possible.

Just so you're clear, this is why I visit for long-periods of time and why they're usually places off-the-beaten-path. I don't come here to shop, drink or party. I come to put myself 'in the flow', to create, to restore and to reclaim. This is what Souljourner is truly all about.

Remember what Harriet Tubman and Sojourner Truth taught us which is that; passionate traveling/souljournering is a transformative revolutionary act. It is also a divine privilege provided to me by my ancestors which is why I don't take it lightly.

Do you have your passport?




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