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Zenju Earthlyn Manuel's Black Angels Cards & Healing

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Join Root Wombmyn as we speak with Zenju Earthlyn Marselean Manuel the creator of the Black Angel Cards. She will also give some lucky listeners a Black Angel Card Reading.

Zenju Earthlyn Marselean Manuel (b.1952)- author, visual artist, poet, drummer, ordained Zen Buddhist priest, and Director of the Still Breathing Project, was born in Los Angeles, California to parents who migrated from Creole Louisiana. Zenju Earthlyn's spiritual writing is steeped in ancient memories of her ancestors and therefore explores the deep inner spiritual journey of our human existence. Her publications, including The Black Angel Cards and Tell Me Something About Buddhism, are rich with insights into birth and death, transformation, transcendence, and the exploration of other worlds. In essence, she offers the riches of her internal discoveries that can be difficult to put into words. Her work has been endorsed by venerable teachers such as Thich Nhat Hanh, Charles Johnson, and Iyanla Vazant. She holds both a masters and doctorate degree.
Zenju is her Dharma [ordination] name and she was named Earthlyn by her mother weeks after she was born. Her middle name, Marselean, is the Creole name of her paternal grandmother who was a child slave. Manuel is a Haitian Creole last name.