How can you navigate the swirls of physical and emotional issues while exploring unconscious biases? In this episode, Oni Marchbanks, Anakha Coman, Miriam Hall, Rachael Neu, all Inner Field Trip Mentor Coaches, talk about their ancestors, the re-emergence of the Black Lives Matter movement, the culture of white supremacy, the power of hope, and what doing the work really means.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
The process each of the four mentor coaches followed to move from patron to Leesa’s innercircleThe ideological and familial ancestors each shared and how they’ve come to terms with the ancestors who have caused harmWhat contemplative practices reveal about one’s unconscious biases – and how to navigate the discomfort of what follows (Miriam gives this tip)The event that caused Oni to seek help in managing racial trauma (and the advice she has for Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour who are trying to appear strong)Why it’s so hard for white people to release their submission to the culture of white supremacy (Anakha shares where it lives in the body)What stream-of-consciousness writing typically reveals and why you need to find the courage to move beyond that (Rachael shares her unique experience)Why there are six seasons – and not four – when doing the inner work of unpacking unconscious biases (Oni shares this tip)
Click here for show notes and lightly edited episode transcripts
Get Exclusive Guided Prompts on Patreon
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.