Upcoming Events

July 14th, 2020

An Invitation to Compassionate Inclusion: Healing the Racial Divide (Daytime Session)

Well for the Journey
10:00 – 12:00PM
Online via Zoom

The Well, a spiritual wellness center in Towson Maryland, offers classes and workshops, providing a space to explore and discover; a community where listening and self-reflection takes place; and a community where one can find care – a place of rest and nurture.

July 23rd, 2020

An Invitation to Compassionate Inclusion: Healing the Racial Divide (Evening Session)

Well for the Journey
6:30 – 8:30PM
Online via Zoom

The Well, a spiritual wellness center in Towson Maryland, offers classes and workshops, providing a space to explore and discover; a community where listening and self-reflection takes place; and a community where one can find care – a place of rest and nurture.

August 6th, 2020

$40 per person

For Helping Professionals: An Invitation to Radical Inclusion, the inner work of race and gender

A skills-based approach to inquiry and practice for social workers, psychotherapists, coaches, bodyworkers, spiritual directors, nurses & physicians, teachers, clergy, healers and other helping professionals.

10AM – 12:00PM
A Life Of Practice Online

Sunday, April 19, 2020

Introduction to Radical Inclusion

Asheville Wordfest 2020

11AM – 12:30PM
Asheville, North Carolina

UPdATE:  Cancelled Due to CoronaVirus Safety precaution.  Please save next year’s date: April 22-24, 2021!

Come As You Are: Weekly Zoom Sessions

Join me online for an hour of practice, reflection, and sharing.

Come as you are: no need to dress up or cover over whatever mix of despair, hope, exhaustion, trust, confusion, vision is true for you. The “Right People” who show up each week cook up wonderful nourishment with and for one another. 

If you’re interested in learning more, and being invited to our next session, please reach out.

Mark Your Calendar

Coming in Mid August

A 4-SESSION BETA JOURNEY IN RADICAL INCLUSION: THE INNER WORK OF RACE

The taboos against talking about racism have fallen. We feel called to act and may question how. We hope for change, repair, and reconciliation, and ask ourselves: how can I be useful?

We face our ignorance and look for trustworthy information. We want to engage in conversations and struggle with how to break out of our silos. We want to reach out, and we meet our discomfort, our fear we will do or say the wrong thing.

Our actions in this racialized world can be trustworthy – not perfect, but trustworthy. To the extent we know ourselves, and to the extent that our behaviors are guided by our heart-intelligence – to this extent we can truly repair and reconcile damage and forge a different future.

Radical Inclusion offers accessible and useful practices that bring our unconscious biases into the light of awareness; that guide an inquiry into our beliefs about acceptable behavior and the exercise of power, and our deeply rooted stories of Self and Other.

These are practice to make you trustworthy as you find your unique way to make a difference.

More Info Coming Soon

August 2020 
Earthhome
Baltimore, Maryland
(closed group)

 

Introduction to Radical Inclusion

April 22 – 24, 2021 

 

Asheville Wordfest 2021
Asheville, North Carolina
Exact time & date TBA
 

 

previous events

November 7th, 2019

Radical inclusion and Inner Work Skillshare

Impact Hub
Baltimore, Maryland

December 5th, 2019

Be A Blessing: Insight from the Jewish Tradition

Well for the Journey
Baltimore, Maryland

January 8th, 2020

RHYTHM: THE ROOT OF RESILIENCE

Women in Insurance & Financial Services of Central Maryland 
Baltimore, Maryland

April 14th, 2020

April 21st, 2020

April 28th, 2020

Come As You Are - A Weekly Gathering for Renewal

Well for the Journey
Baltimore, Maryland

Coming in late spring

A 4-session course in Radical Inclusion: the inner work of race and gender

  • understand the value of inner work for your capacity to respond to race and gender
  • learn a simple practice to hear and welcome in your many conflicting voices 
  • meet your own Storytellers, uncover the rules of their kingdoms, and befriend your heroines, perpetrators, victims and other characters 
  • expose and engage with the Storymaker behind the curtain
  • increase your awareness of fact and opinion
  • embody the healing and awakening human you are

Introduction to Radical Inclusion workshops are funded in part by a grant from The Foundation for Nonduality, based on the work of Jason Shulman, and the Max Kagan Family Foundation. https://www.nonduality.us.com