The role of mindfulness in understanding our experiences around race and identity
Factors that contribute to the difficulties in addressing issues of race in mindfulness communities
How mindfulness contributes to the attitudes and supports the actions necessary for racial justice work
Colorinsight as a set of skills that allow us to turn toward racism and its role in our own lives
How mindfulness allows us to hold the complexity and paradoxes of race in mind and at the same time, access a ground of inner psychological support
How schemas create implicit bias that serve to keep racist stereotypes in place and the role of mindfulness in bringing greater awareness to these processes and supporting their deconstruction
The practice of R.A.I.N. (Recognize, Accept, Investigate, Non-Identify) as a method of mindful inquiry into the subtle dynamics of race, racism, and other identity-based barriers to mental flexibility, interpersonal connection and growth at the personal, interpersonal and collective levels
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