Rise above workplace trauma, disruption, and conflict by bridging back to your inner wholeness and delight in the work of your hands.
When we examine our beliefs around work, we are examining our beliefs around how to live a fulfilling life. This course offers the fascia landscape for establishing DEI as a meditative practice for self-liberation, organizational innovation, and collective spaciousness.
Discover a little bit more about me and my workplace experiences that led to the creation of Bright Word Praxtice.
Explore your needs around safety, belonging, and dignity against the values of the American dream.
How adhering to commonly held beliefs about work leads to normalized ways of inner separation in order to assimilate for success.
Introduction to the subtle energy body as the place where implicit bias and contradicting messages about belonging are stored as trauma.
The beginning of opening up choice for marginalized people to be whole in a system not created for them.
Introduction to a principle from the Bhagavad Gita as a way to peace in our daily work.
A system that can be used to discipline thoughts and feelings when activated by microaggressions, manipulation, or acts of exclusion that help expand attention to self-agency. It can be used as a first step towards applying the principle in Module 3 for Sacred Balance. Journaling along the way about mental shifts or resistence can also be helpful during this sadhana.
Download a free journaling worksheet to help unpack negative thought cycles. Click on the easy questionnaire link to provide brief feedback about your experience.
Our workplace beliefs are literally killing us… chronic diseases caused by stress make up the majority of preventable health issues in our present time. This course offers a new perspective on healing workplace trauma at the intersection of eco-psychology, somatic transformation, and yoga philosophy. You will learn practical steps for mastering inner leadership.
How much more time do you have to waste living out somoene else's desires?
In this exploration of spiritual DEI in the workplace, we examine how marginalized individuals can be supported to bridge back to wholeness. This kind of experience is meant to support an open heart without resentment by challenging commonly held belief systems and expanding awareness of choice. It recognizes how the characteristics of larger systems of oppression influence interpersonal decision-making.
So if you have ever left a diversity training wondering or saying to yourself "what now?" What are the next steps to apply the information in my life for change? Or perhaps you felt the information presented was mostly focused on discovering implict behavior rather than recovering from it as a lived experience. This course meets you where you are for healing workplace trauma in order to manifest economic stability, job equity and emotional calm.
Each course is a video recording that you can complete at your own pace. Supplemental exercises and handouts are included in a lesson when applicable.
This course is only about 75 minutes with continued support!
Creative Experience Doyenne
I’m a social entrepreneur, tantra meditator, artisan, content creator, spatial facilitator, embodied earth coach, spiritual justice practitioner and everyday heart-centered change advocate. I am passionate about rewiring the narrative for workplace well-being particularly experienced by black women .
Learning with me involves exploring the interconnection of creativity, movement and emotional intelligence to rethink and reimagine the beliefs around the reality in which we live and to take healing action. I believe if we change how we do business by aligning our inner values throughout mundane interpersonal relationships it will create spaciousness for the creation of an equitable reciprocal economy.
"The segment on interpersonal terrorism gave a tangible identity to things I had never unpacked from my corporate career. This information would have been so valuable as I navigated that ecosystem, but now that I have this toolkit from Mika, I have a better awareness of how to help leaders, peers, and myself."
Katie - Orlando, FL
Yoga Studio Owner, Peaceful Peacock