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Self-Help
Author: K. Kia Bunseki Fu-Kiau
ISBN: 0805969667
Subcategory: Spiritual
Pages 32 pages
Publisher Dorrance Publishing Co. Inc. (March 1, 2007)
Language English
Category: Self-Help
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 505
ePUB size: 1715 kb
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by K. Kia Bunseki Fu-Kiau


K Other published works by . ia Bunseki Fu-Kiau include Bantu-Kongo Cosmology (2001), Self-Healing Power (1991), and Kindezi: The Kongo Art o. .

Other published works by . ia Bunseki Fu-Kiau include Bantu-Kongo Cosmology (2001), Self-Healing Power (1991), and Kindezi: The Kongo Art of Babysitting (1988).

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It is Are you looking to make sense of your world and how you relate to those around you?

In 2006, Dr. Bunseki Fu-Kiau released a very small but powerful work titled Sîmba Sîmbi: Hold Up That Which Holds You U.

In 2006, Dr. Bunseki Fu-Kiau released a very small but powerful work titled Sîmba Sîmbi: Hold Up That Which Holds You Up. The focus of this work is to discuss the term sîmbi and how this concept is applied in the lives of the Bantu-Kongo. As stated previously, I argue that there is a connection between the concept of sîmbi and the god Imn of Ancient Egypt. The sîmbi that holds up the whole of life is the only iple, the source of all in all.

Fu-kiau, K. Kia Bunseki.

Simba Simbi: Hold up That Which Holds You Up - K.

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Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. Hold up That Which Holds You Up. by K. Kia Bunseki Fu-kiau

Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. Published March 1, 2007 by Dorrance Publishing Co. In.

Are you looking to make sense of your world and how you relate to those around you? K.kia Bunseki Fu-Kiau presents traditional African philosophy and its order to life-balance seekers in his book: Simba Simbi: Hold Up That Which Holds You Up. According to this philosophy, Simba Simbi is the guiding principle of everything in our universe, all things seen and unseen. It is a spiritual, key concept to life and living; all successes and failures depend upon it. Fu-Kiau asserts that men and women worldwide can become more satisfied with their lives once they become in tune with this attitude and perception of life. Study Simba Simbi by K.kia Bunseki Fu-Kiau to gain consciousness of how you relate to the world around you.
Usishele
Beautiful work!
Brakree
This book is a great piece of literature. The reviewer Derric (Rau Khu) Moore gave the book a bad review in order to promote their own book. That is very shady. Plus his book is garbage.
Ustamya
This author is considered the ultimate authority on the Kongo way. When I learned that approximately one-third of the African Americans are probably of Kongo descent and that a lot of African American culture has Kongo influence. I began looking and trying to find more books written by the author whom I first learned of in Robert F. Thompson's book Flash of the Spirit: African & Afro-American Art & Philosophy. Then when I read Robert T. Farris' Face of the Gods: Art and Altars of Africa and the African Americas (African art) and saw some of the comments and explanations that K. Kia Bunseki Fu-Kiau offered in regards to some of the African American folk art that was displayed. I really felt inspired (combined with some other trials and tribulations) to stop looking at life through other peoples' eyes and try seeing things from my ancestors' perspectives.

When I stopped looking through other peoples' eyes, after reading and studying about the Kamitic/Kemetic (Ancient Africans of Egypt) tradition for years and learning about the neteru (Kamitic/Kemetic angels or divinities incorrectly called deities or gods), I concluded that the neteru appear to people differently. To me, the neteru or netcharu were more like guardian spirits that protected humanity , which I wrote about in my self-published book MAA AANKH: Finding God the Afro-American Spiritual Way, by Honoring the Ancestors and Guardian Spirits. More importantly they protect and guard the mysteries of the universe or said another way, protect God's creations from the arrogance and foolishness of humanity. They basically help to maintain the order and everything else, in order for the sun to rise and set, the planet to rotate, and everything else that we see in the known/visible world. It was through my experience I learned from my ancestors that the netcharu were basically the equivalent of the Kongo simbi.

It was after my experience and testing my theory through an act of faith that this book was released or re-released from my understanding. In it the author confirmed what the simbi are, which coincided with what my ancestors had shown me and I had experienced. In the book, the author also gives a poetic way of empowering oneself. The only problem with this book is that it is, it is not a book. It is that it is a super, super, super, super thin pamphlet with some very invaluable information within it, which should have been probably included another book. This is why I hated to do it, but I had to give this work 3 stars.
Rocksmith
This shouldn't even be a book, Literally the worst waste of money.