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The Daily Praxis: Listen Deeply

Centered Spaces asked for your feedback and we’re listening!

Changes are underway to The Daily Praxis based on change maker feedback, and we’ll be better because of it. More information and details coming. Change is a good thing

Today, let’s challenge ourselves to listen deeply - to ourselves and others - and continue to incorporate into our practice.

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The Daily Praxis: Stay Present

Making the intentional choice to disrupt those thoughts is what change making is about. Being and existing in the now, provides us our greatest access to our intercultural capacities. It means, we can fully tap into our critical thinking in order to make conscious decisions.

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The Daily Praxis: Let It Go

…Intercultural competence also requires transformation. Transformation is about shedding - or unlearning - thoughts, behaviors, patterns and the like. This takes a willingness to be vulnerable, with ourselves first.

Today, let’s challenge ourselves to be vulnerable with ourselves by considering the thoughts, behaviors, and patterns that we need to let go of in service to intercultural competence; and of course, incorporate into our practice.

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The Daily Praxis: Find Ways to Laugh

As change makers we’re often thinking and working toward some legitimately serious goals related to intercultural competence. AND maintaining a sense of humor, and more specifically laughter, can foster connection between people across all kinds of difference…laughter is also healing. It aids in reducing stress, gives the immune system a boost, and triggers the release of endorphins - our body’s “feel good” hormones; Meaning it’s a *BONUS* Transformative Praxis.

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The Daily Praxis: Listen to Your Body

The human body is quite amazing! It is constantly giving us signals intended to keep us at our optimal; processing information absorbed through external and internal sensors at lightning speeds…Often, when we feel overwhelmed, exhausted, or burned out it’s because we’ve ignored our “body language” (in a sense).

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The Daily Praxis: Keep Breathing

Have you kept breathing? Let’s take another intentional, deep, chest & belly-filling breath right now.

Remember, taking a deep breath is a *BONUS* Transformative Praxis, because it allows us to take the space we need for intercultural competence and also facilitates healing.

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The Daily Praxis: See People Wholey

As change makers we are working to increase our intercultural competence so that we can make our interpersonal encounters, communities, and society more inclusive, diverse, equitable and accessible. Having an understanding of intersectionality is critical to that work, because it requires us to see people as the whole and complex beings we are. 

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The Daily Praxis: Make the Connection

A way that we generally understand “-isms,” are power + privilege; meaning that there is a system (power) in place to advantage or disadvantage a person based on their social identities - the advantage is for those that hold the socially dominant identity (privilege) and disadvantage socially marginal identities.

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