Tue, Jun 15|
The Isms That Dim Our Light: A Path Towards Personal Transformation, June 15
Join Lorna J. Hines, Latifu K. Munirah, & Caitlin Haffert in an exciting, inspirational, empowering, & healing series full of new perspectives, practices, & tools. June 15: The Implications of Privilege and Oppression.
Time & Location
Jun 15, 2021, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
About the Event
An essential aspect of the healing 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 and are worthy of exploration during our personal and spiritual development. During this time of great societal transformation, we are being called to lead with our expanded consciousness. This will be an exciting, inspirational, empowering, and healing series full of new perspectives, practices, and tools.
Please note: It is strongly recommended that each participant attend each of the scheduled four sessions as the concepts and exercises build upon one another. However, participants are welcome at individual sessions as well.
June 1: Introduction to Personal Transformation
June 8: Consciousness Raising and Introspection
June 15: The Implications of Privilege and Oppression
June 22: Creating a Personal Healing and Implementation Plan
Lorna J. Hines, M.S., LCSW, PR/LCSW, ACSW, is a multi talented and gifted medium, trance healer, intuitive, numerologist, coach, psychotherapist, inspirational speaker, teacher, and author. During a career spanning more than 41 years, she functioned as a psychotherapist, researcher, trainer, administrator, university professor, and CEO. She developed significant expertise in cultural competence, trauma, and sexual and physical abuse, and presented scientific papers both nationally and internationally. In 2014, she continued her extensive study and assessment in speaking and demonstrating mediumship by the Spiritualist National Union. Lorna has demonstrated nationally, internationally, in churches, and on the radio. She was successfully assessed and certified by the organization “Helping Parents Heal” and Find A Certified Medium. In 2017, she cofounded a diverse learning community on Facebook, Mediums of African Ancestry, focused on understanding and unearthing the presence and contributions of people of color in spiritual practices. She has planned, developed, and implemented educational and training programs in mediumship, inspirational speaking, trance healing, personal transformation, mental health, and cultural competence.
Latifu K. Munirah, MSW, PhD., DCSW, ACSW, LCSW, BCC, NBC-HWC is a clinical social worker with an expansive career as an academician, clinician, supervisor, project director, and trainer. Her passion is helping those from diverse backgrounds to traverse the negative effects of trauma by accessing their spiritual resources, playing to their strengths, and following their inner wisdom to become the best possible version of themselves. Recognizing the powerful interplay among body, mind, and spirit, Latifu developed as an intuitive counselor and evidentiary medium through the SNUi and SNU certified tutors. Laitfu is currently in mentorship for trance healing and advancing as a Qi Gong healer. Additionally, Latifu is a Certified Practitioner of Mind Body Skills through the Center for Mind Body Medicine and a certified National Board-Health and Wellness Coach. Latifu’s work focuses upon guiding others toward self-awareness, self-compassion, and the embrace of unconditional love for themselves and experience the joy of expanding it to others.
Caitlin Haffert is a psychic medium, energy healer, animal communicator, and spiritual counselor. She creates a safe place to connect with your deepest self to facilitate healing and growth. She has spent over ten years on a spiritual, healing, and self development journey that has been the foundation for her work. Caitlin holds a Bachelor of Science in Sociology, with particular emphasis on race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, power, and oppression. She is dedicated to creating a more loving, more healing, more just, and more equitable world, present, and future for us all.
June 15 Isms That Dim-Online
Online admission to The Isms That Dim Our Light: A Path Towards Personal Transformation on June 15 with Lorna J. Hines, Latifu K. Munirah, & Caitlin Haffert. Students will be able to fully participate in the workshop. A weblink will be sent to your email up to an hour before the event. Please enter the zoom room about 15 minutes before the class if possible for attendance and instructions.