Awareness requires constant transformation, and our intuitive abilities come with heavy responsibilities and accountability, and at the end of the day it is our responsibility to show up and make the difference by doing our own inner work.
I realize that all of this coming from the mouth of a white woman may seem like a conceited attempt at absolving white guilt. I promise you, I am not here asking forgiveness for the actions of my ancestors, or even the mistakes I may have made in the past. I am here as a friend, a sister, an auntie, an artist, and a woman to take a stance. And that stance is this: I propose we wake up to the injustices that are constantly causing people to feel less than worthy.