Self-Knowledge

“The most difficult phase of life is not when no one understands you; it is when you don’t understand yourself.” Through out our life, we often seek to understand ourselves, others, and our world.  As we deepen in awareness, we have more questions than answers. Eventually, we begin to see with clarity beyond the concepts of …

Judgment

“Sticks and stones may break my bones; but, words….” Words not only have a mental effect; but, they also have energetic consequences. Sharing and supportive listening helps to create connection and companionship in navigating life. It may be something that we read, watched, heard (i.e., news, a bit of gossip) …

An Eternal Relationship…

“We are Nature!  The Earth and all of her inhabitants are one organism.” The Earth is responsible for all aspects of life- the basics for survival and to potentially maximize our ability to thrive in our evolutionary process.  Spending time alone or with family and friends in Nature surrounded by the rest of the Earth’s …

BIPOC Professional Development

Healing from Oppression, Part II: Truth, Purpose, & Creative ProsperityA Black, Indigenous, & People of Color/BIPOC Professional Development CourseThursdays, October 21 – November 11, 2021; 6:00 – 8:00 pm PST4 Weekly Classes (8 hrs) + 2 Support Sessions (1 hr)Online Course (Zoom); Register What is this course about? Professional Development & …

Intro, Restoring Relationship & Community

Introductory Class Uncovering Hidden Beliefs & Unpacking the HeartTBAFree Online Class (Zoom); Register The heart carries the emotional pain of many generations. This may be pain from oppression, suppression, subjugation, separation, alienation, wounding, trauma, grief, and loss. It can show up as depression, anxiety, anger, feeling numb or disconnected and …

Intro, Healing from Oppression

Introductory Class Healing from Oppression: Reducing High Risks for BIPOC Chronic Health Conditions & Weakened ImmunityTuesday, October 12, 2021; 5:00 – 6:00 pm PSTFree Online Class (Zoom); Register In October 2019, the Center for Disease Control indicated that six in ten adults in the US have a chronic disease and four in ten …