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Belonging

From Fear to Freedom on the Path to True Community
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Rev. angel Kyodo williams takes us on a spoken-word journey of inward transformation, conscious action for justice, and unapologetic self-acceptance—to reconnect us to our power by showing up to our lives with greater courage and compassion.
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A visionary voice for inner and outer change inspires us to come home to ourselves—to be of greater service in the world.
 
We all have a deep yearning to belong—to a community or a people that understands and supports us. “But at its heart,” Rev. angel Kyodo williams teaches, “belonging isn’t about being good enough to be included ‘in the tribe.’ Quite the opposite. It is an inside job that requires self-reflection, redefining what we’re committed to: forgiveness, fierce love, and deep spiritual labor.”
 
In these six engaging audio sessions, the celebrated social and cultural visionary, Zen teacher, master trainer, activist, and author takes us on a journey of inward transformation, conscious action for justice, and unapologetic self-acceptance that reconnects us to our power by teaching us how to show up to our lives with greater courage and compassion.
 
“When you belong wholly to yourself,” Rev. angel reflects, “you belong anywhere you are.”
 
With singular depth and unflinching clarity, williams reveals a rich landscape of insights, practices, and life tools to help us embrace what we’ve been resisting, recognize our own value, and support others from a place of genuine inner authority and freedom.
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Contents 6 CDs (5 hours, 47 minutes) Audio Download (5 hours, 47 minutes)
Filetypes MP3, ZIP
Dimensions 6 7/8 x 6 5/8 inches
Product Code AF06256D AF06256W
ISBN Number 978-1-68364-823-9 978-1-68364-824-6
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Rev. angel Kyodo williams

About Rev. angel Kyodo williams

Rev. angel Kyodo williams, the "change angel," is a Zen priest, author, and founder of the organization Transformative Change. Her work centers on the essential link between inner work, wholeness, and social transformation and how we leverage love on behalf of justice for people and the planet at scale.
 
A social visionary and leading voice for transformative social change, she is the author of Being Black: Zen and the Art of Living with Fearlessness and Grace, and coauthor, with Lama Rod Owens and Jasmine Syedullah, of Radical Dharma: Talking Race, Love, and Liberation.
 
Her work engages at the root, field, and resource levels of social transformation. She is also a queer feminist, who understands how to use suffering as a path to liberation.
 
Rev. angel speaks, consults, and coaches as an interventionist of old paradigms, and designs programs and training that disrupt the patterns that hinder love and justice. She has served on boards, and has both taught and lectured widely across lines of faith and action including at the Omega Women's Leadership Center, the historic Rankin Chapel at Howard University, Authentic Leadership, and Mind and Life Institutes.
 
Her work has been featured in the New York Times, the On Being podcast, the Washington Post, Ms., and Essence.
 
Rev. angel notes, "Love and Justice are not two. Without inner change, there can be no outer change. Without collective change, no change matters." She was made for these times.
 
Learn more at angelkyodowilliams.com.

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Belonging

I was really disappointed in this product. I enjoyed the interview promoting this person but found the course didn’t provide much more than listening to the interview. Very disappointing!

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