Rashida Aisha Ali
Rashida Aisha Ali is an author, artist, educator and philanthropist who lectures nationwide catering to female audiences, conducting workshops, seminars and symposiums on women related topics such as health and wellness, natural healing with alternative approaches, sexuality, male/female relationships and matters relating to the spiritual and metaphysical realm.
She is a poet and author of several books on spirituality, health, romance and lyrical verse including: Inner Sanctum, The Highest Joy, A song For You, The Healing Power Of God and Music Color and Medicine-A Healing For The Nations, Lyrical Butterfly (anthology) and Louisiana Lynching (biography).
Her credentials include: Doctor of Divinity, Doctor of Metaphysics, Master Herbalist, and a member of the Grand Lodge of The Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis.
As a healer and visionary she is a modest and low key woman of little recognized acclaim, yet for over thirty years she has mobilized her practice traveling extensively throughout the world, from the Coast of South America through the West Indies and Caribbean Islands throughout the United States and North America to far reaching continents of Europe, Africa and the Middle East, laying on healing hands and spreading her philosophy on health, beauty, love, joy, peace and happiness.
Her self published works, through her own publishing company, The House of Ra, have sold around the globe in prestigious bookstores as well as being housed in public libraries.
Ms Ali’s appearance is twenty years younger than her natural age for she practices the philosophy that she teaches on the secret to the fountain of youth. She possesses a delightful personality and delivers charming, witty and entertaining presentations. Her writing is a gift of spirit and her pen has been a constant love, companion and hearts desire that continues to express and produce her life works.
Help I Need a Fan: A Rite of Passage from Woman to Goddess
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Paperback: 162 pages
Publisher: House of ra Publishing Company;
Pub. Date: April 2004
Help I Need A Fan is a non-fictional account of the author's spiritual journey in quest of the divine purpose of menopause. Her search for answers were extensive beginning with a plea to God as to His purpose for placing this awesomely taxing and sometimes debilitating trial upon the woman. At this time over fifty million women from the baby boom generation are going through menopause at a rate of 4000 per day.
From hundreds of interviews with menopausal women, through endless research, along with actually experiencing for eight years this change of life, she was divinely inspired with answers as to why God placed this physiology into the woman, as well as the great reward and benefit that comes from going through this change of life or rite of passage.
This account focuses not on the ill-effects that women experience during this climacteric change but conversely, the beauty and spirituality that emerges. Help I Need A Fan is about change, growth, renewal and transformation. It is triple sex rated, laced with humorous anecdotes and moments of sensitivity. It offers fresh new ideas and understanding of an age-old malady that leads to acceptance and peace of mind, body and soul. The concepts rendered are refreshing, as well as empowering and leaves the reader renewed and on a spiritual high!