Sexism exists everywhere. Women have to navigate it in all aspects of our personal and professional lives. Sometimes navigating sexism can be exhausting.
One day we will have a world in which all women, of every race, religion, ethnicity, and class are free of the burdens of sexism (this freedom may look different in different cultures - humans are a very diverse bunch!). But we are not there yet. Today, we still have to navigate it.
Meditation is a practice of examining our minds. What are our minds telling us about sexism, about who we are as women, about how we ought to be treated in society? What do our minds tell us about how we, as women, often divide ourselves along racial lines, to our own detriment?
One Thousand Arms offers individual and group sessions for women in which we learn how to:
- Use meditation as a way of examining thoughts and mental patterns as they relate to sexism.
- Challenge ourselves to look at the ways in which we, intentionally or unintentionally, divide ourselves along racial lines.
- Develop the confidence we need to navigate sexism in our personal and professional lives.
If you are a woman and are interested in exploring these topics on an individual basis, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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