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"Conference Theme 2013: Healing is in the Spirit"
" Kamitic Healing and Spirituality "


The mission of the BMHHENY is to use the ancient spiritual teachings and traditions of Ancient Egypt (Kamit) to unlock the Keys to Health & Longevity, to promote and restore Black men's health to their natural state of peace and wellness.

BMHHENY is a global Holistic wellness convention dedicated to helping black men discover health and rediscover vitality. We focus on the root causes of secondary medical conditions which is the emotions. We promote healing the errors of living through integrating modern medicine, holistic practices, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) botanicals, Qi Gong, Yoga and other wellness approaches in a unique forum specifically targeting the health and spiritual needs of the African-American male.

Black men’s health deserves focused attention. Black men experience significantly and disproportionately higher mortality rates in the leading causes of death than other ethnic groups. 
In the leading indicators of good health: life expectancy, hypertension, cancer, drug addictions and afflictions, diabetes, sickle-cell anemia, depression and AIDS, Black men top the charts. 


BMHHENY continues to be a powerful advocate for Black Men's health through seeking invaluable support from organizations through donations, web-banner advertising, in-kind contributions and career opportunities.  These contributions assist funding BMHHENY's annual health expos and programs. 

Who We Are

BMHHENY is a national holistic health convention bringing together medical doctors, homeopaths, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Ayuverdic practitioners, herbalists, Qi Gong and Yoga masters, and other wellness professionals in a unique forum specifically targeting the health and spiritual needs of the African-American male.

BMHHENY promote awareness of health disparities among Black men as well as holistic approaches to prevention and complementary treatment options based on the spiritual teachings of the Ausarian religion of ancient Kamit- the oldest religion known to mankind.   These health teachings have received widespread recognition through the voluminous works of Dr. Ra Un Nefer Amen 1.  For example, Ausarian Initiation, Ra Initiation, Tree of Life Qi Gong, Qi Gong Stasis Healing Sounds, Tree of Life (Paut Neteru) Meditation System, and Bazi Success Strategies, etc.   

What We Do

Ausar Auset Society has offered health expos in the black community for forty years. BMHHENY assists its members and support groups to connect with a wide array of holistic health professionals and holistic health strategies to reduce health disparities among Black Men.  BMHHENY sponsors holistic health symposiums, mentorship programs for student members through workshops and scholarships programs.

Objectives for 2013


  • Targeted workshops, seminars and panels featuring holistic health care practitioners.  The annual BMHHENY conference is scheduled for June 2013
  • Industry-specific professional development events.  The BMHHENY Business Networking Event is also scheduled for June 2013
  • Executive development and mentoring activities.
  • Scholarship programs
  • Cultural, social and networking opportunities
  • Update BMHHENY website to a commercial site selling offering web space for advertising

 Increase BMHHENY cooperate partners/supporters

 Produce BMHHENY in at least one other State beside NY

 Annual Conference and Health Expo

This year’s BMHHENY’s Conference will bring together some of  the brightest holistic healthcare professionals and motivational speakers The day will conclude with a business Networking social hour.

Academic Enrichment

BMHHENY is calling on mentors to lead a series of academic enrichment and leadership workshops to begin in January. College Awareness is a free and fun team-based mentoring program that strives to educate African-American students about the advantages of graduating from high school and attending college.

Mentors play a critical role in giving students the tools and resources for setting goals, applying to college, seeking financial aid, budgeting, resume writing, public speaking, networking, etc.

Information & Technology Enrichment

Throughout the year, BMHHENY will conduct training programs for students at a local high school located in Brooklyn, New York. This program is designed to expose 10th through 12th graders to the concepts of computers and give them the expertise to develop web applications.

The five-month program will culminate in a program graduation and receive awards at the annual BMHHENY conference in June.