Ready to boost your social consciousness and study some exhausting classes about privilege? In this episode, we speak to Andréa Ranae, a vision-led facilitator, coach and counselor and the co-founder of Whole/Self Liberation. Andréa spoke to us about how she combines her work in private development and social justice with sensible instruments and knowledge to assist folks make optimistic adjustments of their lives and communities.
In this dialogue, we get into a great deal of subjects which can be at the moment thought of “sensitive” — together with what it means to “unlearn your privilege,” actually proudly owning your sexuality and managing these oh-so-difficult conversations in these politically charged instances. If you’re in search of some inspiration to enact optimistic social change — prepare to search out it right here!
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Our favourite phrases of knowledge from Andréa Ranae on this episode are …
Podcast Episode 58 Highlights With Andréa Ranae
- How to realize private development that helps and contributes to social change
- The patriarchal beliefs that may preserve you from proudly owning your sexuality
- Tips for dealing with individuals who shut you down once you dare to “speak politics”
- Understanding the privileges you’re born with and the way unlearning them can improve your communications with others
- The distinction between being “known as in” versus “known as out”
- How, as ladies, we’re conditioned to care for everybody round us first
- The energy of self-love and self-care and the way it helps to manifest change in our present actuality
- Why we’re in a “constipated society”
- Advice for therapeutic your self when there seems like there’s insurmountable work to do
Get the episode with Andréa Ranae here or beneath!
How do you deal with tough political discussions? —Margo