This episode is part two in a continuing series, You're Waking Up To Your White Privilege, Now What? where my recurring guest, Lindsey Rae and I share our stories and experiences of waking up to our whiteness. While this episode is geared specifically for white spiritual women, anyone who wants to explore social justice, cultural appropriation and healing is welcome to tune in. This week, Lindsey and I specifically dive into the concept of centering and how to take up space while staying in our lane as white women.
Resources Mentioned On This Episode
- Support this podcast on Patreon
- Get on the waitlist for Worthy Women Rise
- Listen to and get resources from Part 1: So You're Waking Up To Your White Privilege Now What
- Carmen Spagnola's interview on Confronting Whiteness with Rachael Rice
- Hey Shenee
PODCASTS TO LISTEN TO
- Hoodrat to Headwrap: A Decolonized Podcast
- About Race with Reni Eddo-Lodge
- Scene On Radio Seeing Whiteness Series
- Strong Opinions Loosely Held - Digital Blackface
SOCIAL JUSTICE TERMINOLOGY:
Guests Featured On This Episode
Lindsey Rae at her core is a true seeker and humanitarian. An ever-evolving student and teacher who's compassionately driven journey to healing her own trauma led to a dynamic career in design, personal development, and wellness.
Combining years of interpersonal-organizational management and creative visual merchandising experience with personal therapeutic endeavors, spiritual studies, and professional training in a number of holistic healing modalities, Lindsey creates a unique environment for her client's transformational healing journey.
Offering an inspiring blend of coaching, mentoring and counseling she supports courageous humans in what she likes to call "self-directed evolution." Her fundamental teachings are rooted in peace, love, and strength.
She is committed to gently challenging individuals to drop beneath the surface level chaos of the self-help and wellness world to focus on the real work. Guiding them along the path and encouraging them to cultivate more depth and beauty in their life while reminding them of their collective responsibility and connection to one another.
You can find more about Lindsey Rae at her website, www.withlindseyrae.com or by following her all over social media @withLindseyRae.