Protected Magic: Pilar Audain Reed


To commemorate March as Womyn's Herstory Month 
(Women's History Month), She Blooms Black will 
continue to post sistas' responses to how we 
protect our Black girl magic. 

Next up is sista, Pilar.

Bloomfully yours, 
nicole jhan'rea

I Create. God has revealed to me in countless ways that I am gifted with the ability to channel my inner GOD energy through my creations.

I not only help my sisters connect with their inner girl, but by teaching them how to integrate various meditative practices into their everyday life, I also reveal to them how to exercise their own Black Girl Magic. My daily devotion as an educator and healer is my Black Girl Magic. The more I share, encourage and uplift, the more in tune I become with my own magic. It is The Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy at work. According to this immutable Universal Law, we all have within our being the power to change the conditions of our lives. Higher vibrations consume and transform lower ones; henceforth, every one of us can change the energies in our lives by understanding the Universal Laws and applying the principles in such a way that fosters real change. Once we find our magic we must work to protect it. I immortalize my Black Girl Magic with every creation, whether it’s a healing amulet…an evening gown…curry chicken…or a loving conversation. I love LOVE.  Love is magic. My inner Creator is magical. I thank God for her everyday. #BlackGirlMagic4eva




Pilar Audain Reed, M.S., M.P.H. Community Healer, Dance Instructor, Spiritual Guide, Mama, Queen, Community Activist, Youth Advocate, Member-South Chicago Steering Committee, Board Member-West Indian Dance Co., Daddy Trinidadian, Mama Creole. #BlackBreed

“Kreate with me:”

“Meditate with me:”

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