Tomeekha is a successful business professional within the corporate world of medical healthcare. She is a zealot for multi-media art and community advocacy for artists. She has curated and represented emerging visual artists, produced theatre productions, and founder of HUEMANITEE, Inc., a non-profit that focuses on visual, performing, and literary art education and its ability to heal the mind, body and soul.
Tomeekha is the co-owner of Black Cotton, LLC where she is Publisher of literary projects for the Black Cotton Publishing division. Her expertise in business and the arts allows her to enjoy consulting for startup businesses and creative projects.
Her robust creative background has made her an astute observer and writer. She is spirit-led to share stories and product creative works that will uplift, empower, educate, and inspire individuals to live in the highest version of self.
Tomeekha resides in Los Angeles, California, where she enjoys writing, painting, making happy birthday video's, singing and dancing in the company of family and friends. She enjoys the study of songwriting and the art of vocal instrumentation.
"We heal ourselves and others by sharing our stories. We are both the educator and the student of everyday life experiences. I simply want to be used as a vessel to inspire and heal as many as I can in this life that is gifted to me."
As an independent learner, my spiritual journey began more than 10 years ago when I picked up the book, "Sacred Woman" by Queen Afua. Following her guidance is when my inner healing began. I began to see myself in other people and thus, I viewed everyone in a totally different light. However, even with my newly healed self (from old childhood wounds), I found myself on a continuous spiritual journey of development.
It wasn't until I had crumbled into the lowest and most broken part of me that I found and began to practice a steady and routine practice of outward prayer, repeated chanting and inward meditation that I really began to find myself. The humming vibrations, deep breathing and the stillness of meditation is where I learned how to communicate with my inner-self. My inner spirit and my outer physical self began to harmonize and manifest.
I learned (and I'm still learning) that it's in these - me, myself and I - moments that life makes the most sense. The requirements of life become easy, things are literally handed down from our universe on a golden platter - as long as you do the work.
As a career-driven woman, taking at least 15-30 minutes of silence is a must for us. In my journey, I've found that we have to respect our own pace, and that's what our Silent Retreats are here for. We want to provide like-minded individuals with a safe and comfortable space to be still, silent, relax and breathe at their own flow and pace until they discover the space and pace that is right for them, as an individual light being.