Testimonials

"I have received so many benefits from attending the webinar! Most notably, the webinar gave me tools and language to reflect on my own experiences and decolonizing journey. I am now able to name patterns of colonial mentality within myself and am actively seeking ways to unroot these harmful thought processes and behaviors and move into a more intuitive, authentic version of myself.

"What I loved most about the webinar was the depth of knowledge and care Dr. Rosales Meza brought into the space. I felt Spirit use her as a vessel and felt our energy contained as a group which is very difficult to do when we are working through historical and generational trauma that may come up."

F. Name

"From this webinar I received validation around my desire to learn and connect with other BIPOC and being more conscientious about where/who I receive my information from. My perspective on how/why I do things has broadened. I look at how colonialism and slavery continues to shape my thoughts and actions and how that impacts my role as mother, friend, social worker, etc."

Yasmin Van

The Decolonial Healing Collective

"From this webinar I received validation around my desire to learn and connect with other BIPOC and being more conscientious about where/who I receive my information from. My perspective on how/why I do things has broadened. I look at how colonialism and slavery continues to shape my thoughts and actions and how that impacts my role as mother, friend, social worker, etc."

F. Name

"I have received so many benefits from attending the webinar! Most notably, the webinar gave me tools and language to reflect on my own experiences and decolonizing journey. I am now able to name patterns of colonial mentality within myself and am actively seeking ways to unroot these harmful thought processes and behaviors and move into a more intuitive, authentic version of myself.

"What I loved most about the webinar was the depth of knowledge and care Dr. Rosales Meza brought into the space. I felt Spirit use her as a vessel and felt our energy contained as a group which is very difficult to do when we are working through historical and generational trauma that may come up."

Ashley Conrad

"From this webinar I received validation around my desire to learn and connect with other BIPOC and being more conscientious about where/who I receive my information from. My perspective on how/why I do things has broadened. I look at how colonialism and slavery continues to shape my thoughts and actions and how that impacts my role as mother, friend, social worker, etc."

Yasmin Van

"From this webinar I received validation around my desire to learn and connect with other BIPOC and being more conscientious about where/who I receive my information from. My perspective on how/why I do things has broadened. I look at how colonialism and slavery continues to shape my thoughts and actions and how that impacts my role as mother, friend, social worker, etc."

F. Name

"I have received so many benefits from attending the webinar! Most notably, the webinar gave me tools and language to reflect on my own experiences and decolonizing journey. I am now able to name patterns of colonial mentality within myself and am actively seeking ways to unroot these harmful thought processes and behaviors and move into a more intuitive, authentic version of myself.

"What I loved most about the webinar was the depth of knowledge and care Dr. Rosales Meza brought into the space. I felt Spirit use her as a vessel and felt our energy contained as a group which is very difficult to do when we are working through historical and generational trauma that may come up."

Name L.

"From this webinar I received validation around my desire to learn and connect with other BIPOC and being more conscientious about where/who I receive my information from. My perspective on how/why I do things has broadened. I look at how colonialism and slavery continues to shape my thoughts and actions and how that impacts my role as mother, friend, social worker, etc."

"From this webinar I received validation around my desire to learn and connect with other BIPOC and being more conscientious about where/who I receive my information from. My perspective on how/why I do things has broadened. I look at how colonialism and slavery continues to shape my thoughts and actions and how that impacts my role as mother, friend, social worker, etc."

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