Sundiata Salaam

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Sundiata Salaam was born in Camden, AR to Robert and Linda Webb.  For as long as he can remember he always had an interest and curiosity about Spiritual matters.  Growing up Jehovah’s Witness, he recalled how he enjoyed going door-to-door on Saturdays, and answering questions from the Watchtower on Sundays.  During his collegiate years, Sundiata was introduced to African Spiritual traditions while reading about Sandy Jenkins in The Life and Times of Frederick Douglass.  When Douglass described him as someone who “inherited some of the powers said to be possessed by the eastern nations,” this piqued Sundiata’s curiosity in mystical Spiritual traditions.  Upon graduating, Sundiata attended Syracuse University and earned his Master’s degree in Pan-African studies.  Here he learned about many Spiritual traditions and completed a thesis on Spirituality and Resistance.  Sundiata’s curiosity led him to learn from Sufi masters in Turkey, and to study/practice with West African shamans.  He has sat with Toltec teachers and been buried in the earth by shamans from Burkina Faso.  Sundiata is a trained diviner in the Mami Wata tradition out of Benin and an initiate of the Moorish Science Temple of America. He is also the founder of Ubuntu Leaders Institute, an organization that is dedicated to coaching others to see and be their higher selves.  Ultimately, Sundiata has a deep love for how inner Spiritual work can transform us, and assist us in manifesting our best self during this life cycle.  

Events with Sundiata Salaam

*Sold Out* (Link to Waitlist Enclosed) Radical Relaxation Retreat
May 26 - 28, 2023

A Revolutionary Reset Retreat. Rest your body. Reset your spirit. Spend a weekend in the mountains, healing through union. Leave rejuvenated. Join us this Memorial Day weekend for a recuperative wellness retreat, inclusive of: 3 days & 2 nights of…