Whole Heart Whiteness – Baltimore, MD – Apr 25-26, 2020

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Whole Heart Whiteness

Baltimore, MD – April 25-26, 2020

WHC skills for anti-racist white people

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Collective Healing

Whole Heart Connection practices form a powerful basis for white-skinned people to bring their concerns about racial injustice from abstract values to practical embodiment. WHC skills guide us in establishing Group Heart space where we can support each other on a me-first basis into anti-racist healing work, internally and externally.

First, grounded and heart-centered WHC skills create a resilient healing context for connecting with the many feelings that come up when we approach a topic as painful as racism. For many white-skinned people, racial issues may bring up emotions as diverse as fear, confusion, despair, conflict, guilt, or rage (or other emotions). This can make it difficult even to get started on discussion, let alone action! Through WHC, we can begin to heal these initial “barrier emotions” not only in ourselves, but on a me-first basis within the collective. Results can be very dramatic!

As we begin to feel easier and more free and alive in our own bodies around these topics, we are able to consider from within Group Heart how we personally can step into our communities (and even our one-on-one interactions) differently, as powerful allies for healing and change.

“I had the privilege of studying with Thea Elijah, and I can say that her teachings have transformed all aspects of my life. I am someone who suffered from chronic anxiety from childhood, and the practices taught by Thea helped me to be more embodied and open up my heart to deep healing.

Many of the practices she teaches seem simple, but they radically shifted old patterns of operating and brought me into a space where I began to feel more trust in the universe. I have many memories of studying these practices that felt like spiritual realignments. Her teachings and the practices led to new understandings about myself, and my relationship to others, the world, and the divine. It was a gift that continues to unfold.”

— Erin Foster

About Thea

Thea Elijah is a white-skinned Jewish convert to Islam, and the developer of WHC. She treasures the growth that happens when we are working together for everyone’s health and justice.

Thea has been a student of Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture for over 30 years. She is the former director of the Chinese Herbal Studies Program at Tai Sophia Institute and the Chinese Herbal Studies Program at the Academy for Five Element Acupuncture.

Workshop Dates

Saturday and Sunday
April 25-26, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Tuition

There is no tuition for this workshop!
We are gratefully accepting donations.

Location

Ellicott City Wellness Center
3691 Park Ave
Ellicott City, MD 21043

NCCAOM CEUs

Students of this workshop qualify for 14 NCCAOM-approved Core CEUs.

Refund Policy

In the (very rare) event of a workshop cancellation, all tuition will be refunded.
Otherwise, any refund is at the sole discretion of Perennial Medicine.