Decolonizing Time

Decolonizing Time

In this special workshop with guest teacher Ixchel Lunar, we’ll cover healing our relationship with time as an entrepreneur (especially as an herbal entrepreneur, with all the cycles our work is embedded in), why the concept of “time management” is a colonial one, and what a decolonized relationship to time looks like. We’ll also look at the neurochemistry of embodied Flow states.

$100.00

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From Time Management to Relating with Time as your Friend

Wednesday, June 15th
2pm ET / 11am PT
90 minutes

In this special workshop with guest teacher Ixchel Lunar, we’ll cover healing our relationship with time as an entrepreneur (especially as an herbal entrepreneur, with all the cycles our work is embedded in), why the concept of “time management” is a colonial one, and what a decolonized relationship to time looks like. We’ll also look at the neurochemistry of embodied Flow states.


What’s included:

  • 1.5 hour workshop, including time for interactive Q&A
  • Recording of the workshop sent to you within 24 hours

Exchange: $100

Note: if this exchange is out of reach for you, there are a limited number of spots available for $75. Please reach out for a discount code if you need assistance.


Who will you be learning from:
Ixchel LunarWith over 25 years as an eco-feminist web deva, Ixchel Lunar was the first Latine Vice-Mayor of Petaluma, CA, focused on public access to technology and ecological policy-making.

They enacted liberatory social and environmental policy for approximately 11 million people, including shifting stigma to sway their colleagues on the Board of Directors to fund the suicide net for the Golden Gate Bridge. Ixchel even ran for US Congress in 2011.

At a mighty 4’10”, they are their ancestor’s lineage holder, a light-skinned, Mestize Indigiqueer, vision-impaired, neuro-emergent and first-time female.

As a survivor of significant childhood trauma, Ixchel’s life work is infused with JEDI activism (Justice-centering, Emergence, Decolonizing, Interconnecting).

Ixchel’s permaculturist and herbalist curiosities include plants, pollinators, and the stories encoded in handmade textiles. For over five years they created a wildlife sanctuary for native bees and perezosos (sloths) in the highland jungle of Nicaragua, and recently moved to Oaxaca, Mexico.

 

Important: Once purchased, you’ll receive access information via email, so be sure to check your spam or promotions if you do not receive it within 15 minutes.

 

Note: current members of the Greenhouse do not need to register as this workshop is included in your membership. For more information about the Greenhouse coaching program, click here.
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