Energetically, shame has a glue-like texture and looks like slime.
This energy creates negative density around the third chakra; and has tentacles that go throughout the body. It worms its way around the other energy centers along the spinal column and attacks the joints, slowing down the flow of positive intuitive life force energy, creating illness and dis-ease.
Now, imagine what shame does once it attaches itself and makes an entire culture its host. It causes an immense amount of trauma, rage, anxiety and dysfunction.
That is why June 19th is so important; because it allows us to expose and release the shame that binds us so unwillingly to the sickness of our past. It makes it safe for us, as a country, to finally deal with the festering wound of inequality that has plagued America for centuries. America has finally stood up and acknowledged the importance of our fight for freedom. Truly, a momentous day for us and tremendous growth for America.
Chattel slavery is the worst form of slavery known to humankind.
Slavery and enslavement are the state and condition of being a slave, someone forbidden to quit service for another person, while being treated as property.
Chattel slavery was slavery with the full force of the law supporting it, dehumanizing people to the point that they were treated as the legal personal property of other people, their children automatically became property as well. Human beings could be bought and sold at will - legally.
Chattel slavery created a legacy of social death and shame among an entire culture, not to mention the toll it took spiritually and physically.
Colonialists stripped us of our history, stole it for their own advantage, emotionally cut us off at our knees and then replaced our rich history with a whole other narrative based on faulty science and bold-faced lies. This has gone on for over 400 years... 400 years of immense shame and trauma, all because of the color of one's skin.
This now nationally recognized holiday allows us to heal the mental and emotional wounds caused from slavery. Our emancipation as a culture is just as important and influential to the fabric of America as our white forefathers. Euro-Americans need to understand this on the same level we understand and have understood the importance of their emancipation from England.
The thing about shame is that it doesn’t just affect those who are victims to it. It also wounds the perpetrator. By taking away the power and agency of another individual / culture we also take away our consciousness, forgiveness and soul power. This behavior does not confine itself to that relationship between races. It spills over into other aspects of life. Our country and its racism is directly connected to school shootings and other senseless violence being perpetrated on all races / nationalities within it.
Racism is a mental and emotional mind game that has no basis in facts or science.
Juneteenth as a an official holiday allows our Euro-American brothers and sisters to acknowledge the pain their ancestors caused, and to finally let go of the facade of hubris, arrogance and condescension they (un)consciously have towards Black people and African-American culture. Racism is not a Black problem, although we are the victims of it. It was created by white people for white people, and must be eradicated by white people.
Thank you, President Joe Biden, for correcting and making amends for the past! We have a long way to go, but what a step in the right direction.