Manifesting Empathy

It's like fight club for emotional intelligence and cultural awareness.

Manifesting Empathy

Twin Cities Start-Up Week always provides interesting interactions, and this year was no different.

I met an individual who provides Diversity, Equity, Inclusivity & Belonging training to other white men. And it made me realize the harm being perpetuated.

And the amount of money people were making off of it!

The genius of our work here at DreamFreely is that the entirety of the project is the economic embodiment of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.

Our work is about making the experience of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging both authentic and accessible.

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This isn't about shame, or guilt; but about doing the very difficult, horrifying, courageous and galvanizing work of rooting our own identities in sustainable truths that free us.

Manifesting Empathy is an introductory structure to approach the pantheon of conversations requisite to being conscious of diversity in all of its infinite and ever-changing forms.

Which is to say that while we will never be competent enough, we can acclimate ourselves to, and so begin to mitigate, the pitfalls of our innate curiosity.

Learning to better navigate our todays and tomorrows.

The Modules

We go through four modules (sexism, racism, able-ism & power dynamics), each section building upon the one before it.

We will be discussing not just what each of these are, but how they have shaped our modern world. How does sexism influence what is considered cool, or even acceptable? How does racism influence the same?

How do the projections that we've been sold, and are sold, every day influence how we interact with the ever-diversifying community around us?

And how can we being to disassemble these projections, and start to see what resides behind them?

The Why?

Why do this work ?

It really all can be summed up by a single question: What do you want to happen in your life when you have a bad day? Or when someone you love has a bad day?

We all want to be surrounded by people who will care for us, and we want to think of ourselves as people who care for others; because we know that that is how this life works.

So we learn how to better be there for others, by learning about our selves more, and about how we've been formed in this contemporary culture.

About Canin Carlos

Adopted into an adverse cultural situation, education provided the language needed to process, navigate, and survive, a socially, psychologically and emotionally violent environment.

After three decades of applied learning, Canin now offers access to their insights and experiences to illuminate your own insights and experiences.