Lola and her husband Tigre sit down to share their thoughts, feelings, and reflections on the US election, the state of our society, and how they stay stay centered as sensitive souls amidst such chaos, uncertainty, and intensity.
This is a no-holds barred look at the problems we’re facing as a collective, and a call for sensitive souls to build the resilience not only to hear potentially challenging points of view, but to be resilient enough to stand up against oppression, repression, and white-body supremacy in small and large ways. We don’t have the luxury of being sick of these topics. So, let’s face them head on, shall we?
Topics Covered with Lola and Tigre
- Election Season, energies are intense, Tigre has a lot to say
- Why is Tigre reminded of the election that George W. Bush and John Kerry are part of
- How Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are similar when it comes to campaigning
- Tigre’s benefits from white privilege and patriarchy do not stop him from being an activist especially from people getting hurt
- How Lola handles the intense energies and whirlwind of emotions that this election brings
- Why is it important to say something even if you feel no one is listening
- The massive issue of caucasians being selfish, self-centered, and convenience oriented thinking against people of color
- Repressive structure of religious beliefs and its effects to the voting behavior
- What Lola thinks about the root of Donald Trump’s behavior and how can it be dismantled
- How shame is prohibiting us from helping each other as a society
- The internalized white men in all of us are driving what we believe especially why women dresses up
- Matriarchy may not be the solution but being a partnership society
- Holding our officials accountable no matter what color they represent
Lola Pickett trains empathic leaders to be “full spectrum” resilient, so they can confidently keep their hearts open, their bodies healthy, and BE the change they want to see in the world.