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Transform your Conversations about Racism--in 5 Steps

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Imagine if you didn't...

  • Feel like you were walking on eggshells?
  • Feel frustrated because nobody is listening to you?
  • Feel guilty or ashamed because you didn't speak up?


 What if you could...

  • Overcome your fear

  • Speak so you could be heard

  • Stop exhausting yourself


Why I Created Transform your Conversations about Racism
-- in 5 Steps

The Five Step process that I teach in this course came from my real life experience.  

In 2016 a white colleague Parker (made up name) asked me for a conversation about Black Lives Matter.  Instead of just jumping in, I paused and decided to wait–until I felt energetically full.  A bunch of high profile police killings had just happened, and I was FEELING it.

So I kept doing my self-compassion work and filling my cup.

A couple of weeks later I sought out my Parker, and we had a conversation that left us both transformed.  

This conversation did not end up in a debate with our walls even higher than at the start.

The conversation did not end up with me feeling emotionally exhausted and used.

Instead I felt connected, grounded and like I loved myself.  

Equally important, Parker later told me: “You changed this white boy’s life.”  

So, I went back to look at what I had done in the conversation, and I saw a simple structure…

These are the 5 Steps that I teach in this course.

When you are grounded, full of self-love, and in your body--you listen differently and it affects the other person.  You don't have to surrender the ground of justice, but let go of your ego.


This online course  gives you a simple structure so you don't lose your voice or exhaust yourself when you have conversations about racism. 



You will learn to:


  • Listen in a Way that Transforms the Speaker
  • Stay calm even when the other person is defensive or offensive 
  • Speak so You Can Be Heard
  • Transform your Fear & Tears into Presence
  • What You Must Do to Get Ready for a Difficult Conversations
  • When and How to Decline, Divert or Delay a conversation 

You get 7 bite-sized modules that you can do from the app or while at your desk:

Videos, worksheets, and ongoing feedback from our team.  We show real life scenarios and give you a chance to see how to turn around conversations before they go south!

Each module focuses on a step in the five step process so that you always know where you are in the course. 

We recommend that you work on practicing each step in real life before moving to the next.

Here's a sneak peek of the 5 Steps!

  • Check in with your Wise Self-- Intentions matter.  We show you how to get physically, emotionally and spiritually ready.

  • Hold Space for Transformation--Rather than avoiding certain words, we teach you how to hold space for transformation so you will automatically know what to say at any given moment.

  • Lean In to Listen -- We show you how to invite sharing from the heart because that's the fastest way to change a mind. 

  • Ask and then share what it's like for you --Speak briefly from the heart; transform your fear into grounded and clear communication.

  • Reflect on yourself--We show you how to process feelings, acknowledge yourself, and learn from your experience. 
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"I've been transformed..."

“I feel that I have been personally transformed. I feel that I have learned to give to myself and to acknowledge myself. This helps me to keep my cup full.”



Transform your Conversations about Racism--in 5 Steps 

is for you if...

  • You want to stop racism in your organization, community, or home
  • You know that love is the answer and want to figure out how to live that in reality in the midst of injustice

  • You are tired of us-vs.-them thinking 

  • You want to learn from a Black woman with over 40 years of experience

  • You know that we need more heart and less ego or mind

  • You want to practice self-compassion and self-forgiveness

  • You know racial justice is not a sprint--it's a marathon.




Transform your Conversations about Racism is NOT for you if ...

  • You’re into us-vs-them thinking
  • You think that all white people are oppressors
  • You don’t want to come from the heart
  • You want to shame or blame other people-- including yourself
  • You have given up


"I feel solid."  

"I don't feel the personal despair and frustration.  I speak in wonderful discussion groups (dharma and racial affinity groups), the way that I'm speaking is different.  I have confidence.  I think more clearly.   I'm finding my lane."


People really responded … So valuable!

"The one person that I thought would push back did push back, and I felt only slightly annoyed and was able to gently redirect him.”

Dr. Isha


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  • Online Q&A

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Transform your Conversations about Racism


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