Providing resources grounded in wholism, nature and African spirit-ritual traditions
Center for Evolutionary Spiritual Development
hOriZone Radio unites all women drawn by the pull of transformation, self-creation, interdependence, rebalance, inner-strength, self-discipline and of course sisterly love. We learn mindfulness, age appropriate whole-being practices, and ritual to support enhanced outcomes throughout various stages of our life cycle from childhood to elder-hood. We embrace motherhood in all of its forms with a focus on progressive African based rituals.
This show focuses on our multi-rhythmic, multi-sensory experiences such as singing and dancing, readings, journeying, sacred sharing, rituals, ceremonies, and so much more. We help you to consciously and actively engage in inner transformation and spiritual growth through breath, meditation, ritual, life cycle practices, and rights of passage ceremonies.
Areas of Focus
FEBRUARY: Spiritual Discernment
APRIL: External Transformation
MAY: Movement and Dance
JUNE: Divine Speech and Communication
JULY: Tones, Sounds and Chanting
SEPTEMBER: Womb Transformation
NOVEMBER - DECEMBER: tbd
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Discover OsuMarrassa Consiousness™, Biospiritreality™, Wholeness Dynamics™ and other self development tools. Our unique classes deliver renewed perspectives based on practice and mythos of Vodou and ATR. Classes are offered online and in person. Our goal is to strengthen families by helping individuals rediscover, reconnect and remember their divine purpose and align with their ancestors. We nuture and support wisdom seekers and help educate future wisdom keepers.
Our tradition is universal yet rooted in our founder's ancestral Rada spirits and supported by patrons Ayidawedo, Marassa, Simbi, Osumare and many others.