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The Importance of transforming internalised white supremacy

I'll try and make this short and sweet and I'm going to aim this from a healing perspective towards those that are wanting and seeking to reclaim their ancestral power and roots. 

Your ancestors, regardless of skin colour has been violently oppressed by white supremacy. And those that still uphold it, oppress all earth including the liberation of their ancestors. This is a very deep practice and one that expects the very best of you.  

This is important, because we are born into a system built on violence- white supremacy, a set of racist beliefs that white people are given privilege and believe they're superior to other races including earth in her entirety, and therefore should dominate. Not only is this a lie, but a narcissistic toxic belief system that keeps people divided, perpetuating violence.  

This belief system threads into white privilege, and let me be clear to all the spiritual whatevers out there- you're not healing until you deal with this internalised shit. This also adds another layer of toxicity and dissociation to what is already a world so disconnected from earth, lacking compassion and presence in so many areas. I don't fuck around with racists and racist fake witches.

I see it clearly in communication with too many white europeans and the entitlement and expectancy of having shit handed to them on a platter and the rage it ignites when it's confronted. I also see the expectation and taking from other cultures but also taking from anyone that many feel they are entitled to, feeding the toxic belief that white europeans are 'better' perpetuating racism and white narcissism.  This behaviour is saturated in spiritual 'communities.' This is what patriarchy does and encourages. It takes away ancestral power and keeps people disconnected from their roots, blindly following what this system is handing over to them. 

This is why I will not work with people that are not committed to decolonising and I do not accept cultural appropriation.