A TRUE STORY
My name is Keema. Growing up in New York amongst a loving Christian family, at a very young age, I started to have emotional and physical empathic experiences. A confused but intuitive child, I knew not to say anything about this, which lead to very lonely and frustrating experiences. My father (a church deacon) and my mother (a choir member and youth ministry leader) expected me to follow in the steps of Christianity. While I complied, I came to realize that there were some things that didn’t resonate with me, but the few times that I questioned those things, I was scolded by elders, and that taught me not to ask questions when it came to church or God. That never sat well with me, for I intuitively knew that answers lied within my divine being. In the coming years, my brother (who understood me) inspired me with his own intuitive gifts and wisdom.
Growing up in a New York neighborhood where there was a fair share of violence and drugs, I was highly influenced and protected by male figures, otherwise known as posses (street gangs), and survived as a “tomboy” in the hood.
While my parents inspired me to embrace the educational system, I always found school to be very challenging and stressful; it wasn’t until my university years that I found out that much of the challenge and stress was due to a learning disability some would label as dyslexia. While this may appear to be a disability for some, this awakened me to my power from within. As a result of this self-empowerment, I excelled in advanced educational training earning multiple degrees, and have been teaching at colleges/universities since 1998.
Today, I share these divine gifts through the Science of the West and Holistic Wisdom of the East, offering energy healing modalities, and most of all epi, in hopes of helping others to awaken to their power from within, and not only make a positive impact on themselves, but also the world.
MY MOTHERS PASSING
Amongst the most powerful experiences in my life was when I knew that my mother was going to transition (in physical death) well before the doctors let family know that they did all they could for her. Although it was a very emotional and stressful time, it was a treasured blessing, for through this tragedy, I had come to a heightened awakening of my empathic and intuitive abilities that guided me to change my perceptions.
While the analytical mind justifies facts, the intuitive mind knows without fact or justification.”
“The core of suffering is not the lack of love, peace, or compassion. The core of suffering is the lack of awakened discipline out of the illusions of your mind.” – IamEPI.com
This lead to changing the physiology of my body, reducing my stress and obesity, and resulted in changing other aspects of my life in positive and productive ways, which I was to discover later is the basis of epigenetics (epi).