Tue, Sep 01 | Online Class

THE ‘ISMS’ THAT DIM OUR LIGHT

Join Lorna J. Hines to explore the “Isms” impact us both consciously and unconsciously
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THE ‘ISMS’ THAT DIM OUR LIGHT

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Sep 01, 2020, 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Online Class

About the Event

Taught by-Lorna Hines, Latifu Munirah, & Caitlin Haffert

An essential aspect of the mediumship journey is the opportunity to seek, initiate, and design our personal development. Examining the extent to which our thoughts, feelings, and desires impact our sacred practice, is crucial to our ability to do justice to those in spirit, and on Earth. In the United States and around the world, we continue to confront the impact and reality of the “Isms”: racism, sexism, homophobia, classism, privilege, xenophobia, and more. The “Isms” impact us both consciously and unconsciously. They are worthy of exploration during our personal and spiritual development. The workshop leaders will present various exercises, discussions, and lectures to empower participants 

Bio: Lorna J. Hines is a medium, teacher, and poet. During a career spanning more than 40 years, she has functioned as a psychotherapist, researcher, trainer, administrator, professor, and CEO. She has significant expertise in cultural competence, trauma, and abuse, and has presented scientific papers both nationally and internationally. She has taught diversity in social work at the graduate level. Lorna completed The Spiritualist National Union’s PAS credential in 2018, attesting to her abilities in speaking and demonstrating.  

The additional panelists are dedicated practicing mediums, healers, and intuitives with diverse backgrounds in behavioral health and wellness, psychotherapy, clinical social work, child welfare, trauma, bereavement, advocacy, teaching, mindfulness, and sociology, with specialties in women, gender, sexuality, class, race and ethnicity, and much more. 

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