#MindUrMind: Spiritual Health Care Matters Vol1.


Peace and love beautiful people, welcome back to AfrokanistMagazine.com! First of all we would like to thank you for being part of our journey and for your unmeasurable support through the past two years. It has not been an easy journey, but you have made it worthwhile.

Secondly, we would like to bring your attention to our new theme for 2018-2019 which is #mindurmind, with this theme, our aim is to acknowledge the growth of  mental illness in African and Black communities.


This is because, It is a sad reality and heart-breaking to observe the disregard of mental illness in African and Black communities, we are sure you have heard phrases such as ‘black people can’t be depressed’, ‘strong black woman’, ‘mental illness is a sign of possession or laziness’. To grow as a nation or as a people it is only right that mental health is acknowledged and the process of healing the mind is understood and practised.


How do we aim to achieve this?

We will be having segments of events that will be addressing several factors that could affect an individual’s mental health, we will be providing tips on how to deal with these factors, and also we will ensure that mental health professionals and experts will be on board to offer in-depth support.


Each volume of Afrokanist Magazine published will also be addressing similar topics as the events, each volume can be used as diary, help and healing magazine, with exciting, exclusive and soothing contents.


About the 2nd Mind Ur Mind event:

This exciting event will be taking place on the 9th of June, the aim of this particular event is to explore how different types of spiritualties and religions can be explored and incorporated in the management of mental health and healing journey.

Magazine Release date: 9th of June 2018

Launch and Event Title: Spiritual Health Care Matters

Venue Address: Hargrave Hall, Hargrave rd, London,

Post Code:N19 5SP

Lunch and Event Time: 5pm

We will be challenging visitors and readers to think about their spirituality with questions like:

Do you think of your body as a burden or a blessing?

Do you identify your body as a part of yourself or rather as some object that you have?

Is your true self spirit only, or is your true self both body and spirit?

Magazine Release date: 9th of June 2018

Launch and Event Title: Spiritual Health Care Matters

Venue Address: Hargrave Hall, Hargrave rd, London,

Post Code: N19 5SP

Lunch and Event Time: 5pm

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