An Embodied Conversation with the Internalized Colonizer
Convened by Lisa Iversen, MSW, LCSW & Kate Regan, Ph.D.
Sponsored by the Center for Ancestral Blueprints
PDFs “Think Colonialism Doesn’t Imprint Your Life Today?” available at links below:
This series explores and makes visible the ways in which colonialism lives in the individual and the collective. These sessions are highly experiential, using ceremony, systemic family constellations, facilitated conversation, ancestral prayer and meditation.
You are invited to join others to:
Disentangle the relationship between belonging, race, ancestry, and power
Reclaim belonging for all
Learn how the shadows of colonialism influence our livelihoods, families, work, health, economy, organizations, and communities
Recognize and shift patterns of taking what there is no right to take
Access ancestral strength to support us in facing the future on solid ground
Participants in this dialogue are asked: Why are you here? What are your hopes, dreams, and prayers for our children and future generations regarding our work with the internalized colonizer and colonialism? What would you say to invite others to join us in this work? Who/what are partners/resources in this dialogue with the internalized colonizer? (organizations, books, movies, people, etc.) Are there changes related to this work you have noticed between sessions?
Here’s what they had to say:
Post-Colonial Healing: A Conversation
with Lisa Iversen and Kate Regan