In this week's episode, I sit down with UK-based Rehila Hamid, who shares her story of living in the UK as a Pakistani woman and her experience with racialized trauma. We dive deep into what it feels like to be disconnected from Self, and Rehila shares what she does to support connection, peace, and rest. It was such an honor to have Rehila share her story, and I can't wait for you to learn from her!
To learn more about racialized trauma and how it's experienced in the body, I highly recommend My Grandmother's Hands by Resmaa Menakem. It focuses on the American experience of black, white, and police bodies, but is a thorough and accessible book on intergenerational, racialized trauma. Resmaa gives specific exercises to use to support safety in the body.
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