February: COLLECTIVE Manifestation for Liberation.

We live in a vibrational universe that we create. Together. At all moments. Anything you see around you was created through your consciousness. Your home, your job, the bus driver’s reaction to you, how beautiful the sunset seems. All of it. 

This realisation of our personal collective power can feel amazing, because we recognise how tremendous we really are. And it can also feel overwhelming, because we’re also aware of how many forces seek to influence our consciousness (and therefore our creation) at every moment. And how many other thinking feeling beings are out there exerting their will on this world as well! 

The concept of manifestation has been deeply misused and misrepresented in modern times. Many of us carry deep wounding around the concept of vibration, energy, and manifestation. We associate it with “manifest destiny,” with people using their creational powers to oppress and control, to amass more and more wealth by extracting it from others.

So how do we manifest our dream lives from a place of integrity and accountability, so that we thrive in a way that is mutually nourishing for all beings? And how do we wrap our minds around the concept of collective manifestation? The truth that our world is co-created, for better and for worse. How do we harness the power of collective manifestation to create the social change we desire? 

We are more powerful than we can imagine. Join us in releasing ourselves from old ideas and reclaiming a liberated future for all.

101: Intro to Manifestation for Social Justice.

February 13th, 7pm EST (replay available)

What manifestation is, the basic mechanics of our vibrational universe, and how it differs from individual to collective (i.e. we’re about to get real nerdy! But in an accessible and empowering way.) How to understand and embrace manifestational power through an accountable and intersectional social justice lens.

201: Harnessing Collective Manifestation.

February 27th, 7pm EST (replay available)

Moving from theory to practice and harnessing our collective co-creational power to build the liberated world of our dreams. Identifying and upgrading your own manifestation practice. Culminating in a community manifestation ritual.


March: Gender Liberation.

March is all about gender and liberating ourselves from the binary while honoring our unique incarnations. If you’ve ever wanted to know what happens in one of my a trans inclusion or gender diversity trainings, this is an accessible way of learning. And if you’ve got questions about the divine masculine & feminine, how to reckon spiritual oneness with body & gender diversity, and how metaphysics would suggest we deal with toxic masculine, this is the place for you! 

101: BEYOND THE BINARY: UNDERSTANDING GENDER in 2019

March 13th, 7pm EST (replay available)

What is gender? What is the future of gender? What does "trans" really mean? How do we create trans-inclusive environments? What do we all gain from stepping outside the gender binary? We'll break down key concepts in gender and sexuality, examine how to create inclusive spaces for people of all genders, and explore our own unique gender stories and role in our collective gender evolution. You'll leave with greater clarity about how to speak with confidence about gender, build your dream community, and serve a wider audience.

201: From TOxic to divine masculinity

March 27th, 7pm EST (replay available)

What is toxic masculinity? How does it relate to the concept of divine masculinity & femininity? Is the future of our world no gender? More gender? Matriarchy? We’ll demystify the energies of masculinity and femininity, which are core elements that make up all humans. We’ll bring a loving witness to our wounds around masculinity and chart a way forward toward a healed and whole world. You’ll leave clear on your role within the process, and with tools to guide you forward.


APRIL: TRANSFORMING INTERNET CULTURE.

April is all about internet culture: call-out dynamics, creating safe(r) spaces online, sharing our voices without fear of censure, and taking back our power and developing relationships with social media platforms that actually nourish us and serve the higher good. This topic is a big piece of the 1:1 coaching work I do, and I’m excited to open the conversation to more people! 

101: INCLUSIVe social media

Sunday April 21th, 7pm EST (replay available)

In today’s social media callout culture, it can feel overwhelming and confusing to put yourself out there and take a stand on issues that matter to you. Even if we have deep heart-centered desires to be welcoming and inclusive, we can still feel worried about doing harm due to unconscious bias. This workshop will equip you with new tools for navigating these issues as you explore: How to use your platform to amplify causes you care about. How to define your stance on prominent social issues. How to cultivate a diverse and inclusive following in a way that is truly authentic to you, your voice, and your passions. How to navigate criticism and call-outs with grace, empathy, and accountability. You will leave with a personalized mission statement for your platform, tools for welcoming your ideal community, and the confidence to speak your truth to your people.

201: Transforming call-out culture

Sunday May 5th, 7pm EST (replay available)

Internet “dialogue” aka comment wars. We’ve all been there, probably on both sides of the issue. Both as someone furiously typing a “you should know better” comment, or opening up Instagram to find that someone thinks totally missed the mark. Social media has placed us in new territory as a society. We now interact with hundreds and thousands of strangers every single day. We’re still learning how to make this technology work for us, using our hyper-connectivity to innovate, create, and heal, rather than simply frying our nervous systems. How do we go from yelling across the void, or defending against hate, to truly connecting? Why do trolls troll? What is the difference between unfounded hate and legitimate criticism? Why do people not respond to feedback, online or in person? How do we ensure accountability while creating internet community that works for all of us? What is your unique role in the process?