Harnun is a pioneer sharing the power of the African-rooted spiritual practice known as Noone with Caribbean and African communities.

A few individuals only focus on attaining their personal goals and aspirations in life. In contrast, a few rare gems look at the bigger picture and work with the genuine aim to add more value to the lives of others through all that they choose to lay their hands on. When we look at Harnun’s journey as a humanitarian, we realize how this young and driven man, with his visionary ideas and pioneering works, has always stayed ahead of the curve and made a positive difference in people’s lives.

For years, Harnun has remained a trailblazer in all he has chosen to be a part of in his life’s journey. He has stood unique from others by diving deep into African culture, its rich history, and wellness. 

The astute mind, creative soul, and spiritual humanitarian who hails from Kampala, Uganda, has now drawn most people’s attention to the power of spiritual awareness and wisdom to help people know, understand, and honor their innermost selves.

Since he grew up at the source of the Nile, he was deeply influenced and inspired by the rich heritage of the Nile Valley Civilizations and their deep spiritual connection. To reclaim cultural essence, he felt passionate about stepping foot into the spiritual world to guide individuals on a journey of self-discovery and ancestral reconnection.

Today, Harnun has emerged as a pioneer and leader pushing the diaspora’s return to Africa, continuing Marcus Garvey’s legacy. He loves traveling the world and sharing the power of the African-rooted spiritual practice known as Noone with Caribbean and African communities. 

Harnun highlights that he recognizes the widespread desire for profound spiritual liberation in Africa and the Caribbean, connecting individuals to their ancestors and themselves.

This one-of-a-kind humanitarian is now committed to cultivating greater spiritual awareness and wisdom by imparting knowledge about the inner dimension of existence, which he refers to as “Noone” or Noone consciousness.

With Noone consciousness, he wants to stay committed to empowering individuals to tap into their inner wisdom and ancestral roots.

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