The world is changing and we all know it and can feel it. As a result, the methods and tools we use to connect with others from different lifestyles, cultures, backgrounds and beliefs must adapt to today's needs as well. "What Color Is Your Soul?" looks at Human Diversity and Inclusion through a scientific spiritual lens.
In this latest book, Niambi injects humor, creativity and insight while providing a refreshing approach from an actionable perspective. This book is for everyone!
Niambi deepens our conversation; inspires flexibility in our thinking while activating each of us to be a powerful catalyst for positive change and transformation.
"What Color Is Your Soul?" takes a truly amazing heart-centered approach; focusing on assisting you, the reader, in developing an effective and adaptable Cultural Intelligence - which is an asset when navigating cultural differences and beliefs.
This life-changing book will inspire and support our collective desire to create intentional community environments; where the vision of Global Inclusion becomes more of "who" we are, rather than "what" we do.
|Publisher:||Cross-Cultural Agility, LLC.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)|
About the Author
Niambi's passion is helping others to transform their mindsets and personal stuck points so that they can deepen their connections to all of humanity.
She is the Founder of The Butterfly Movement, where she utilizes the symbolism of the caterpillar/butterfly metamorphosis to foster emotional and spiritual transformation in women and girls.
She has been featured in Essence and Ebony Magazines, MSN.com and Oprah's Angel Network for her work with teen girls. She is a faculty member
of Expert Online Training, is a member of the National Diversity Council and serves as a Professional Advisor to graduate students at DePaul University's School for New Learning. She is also a Program Faculty member of Art of Living Retreat Center in Boone, NC.
What excites her is when she can provide tools to help others gain a foothold in their struggles to understand the ways that racism, unconscious bias, privilege, and prejudice operate in our minds - notably when she can support authentic relationships constructed out of the raw ingredients of cross-cultural differences.
Table of Contents
A Remembrance: The Story Of Akna And Her Children
The Story Of Akna And Her Children
Introduction: The Great Forgetting
Chapter One: My Personal Why
Chapter Two: Don Your Spiritual Protective Gear
Chapter Three: Is It Malignant?
Chapter Four: Spiritual Dementia
Chapter Five: Cultural Collective Consciousness
Chapter Six: Unpacking Whiteness
Chapter Seven: The Normalization Of Violence
Chapter Eight: All My Relations: Healing Our Ancestral Roots
Chapter Nine: Leveling Up: Raising Our Vibration
Chapter Ten: Getting Rid Of The Malware
Chapter Eleven: Reclaiming Our Time
Chapter Twelve: Letting Go In The Rain
Chapter Thirteen: Finding Your Soul Family
Chapter Fourteen: Mustering Up The Energy: Woke Work
Chapter Fifteen: The Great Remembering
About The Author