This blog brings together my interests in spirituality, science and social justice. As a spiritual practitioner and member of consciousness-oriented communities, I shares a belief in the emancipatory possibilities of spirituality and consciousness transformation. As a feminist scholar committed to liberatory politics I seek to investigate how we can ensure that spiritual practices and consciousness transformations are rigorously accountable to the multiple politics of location which constitute the social world in which spirituality is practiced. In this blog, I attempt to think through these concerns.
The Politics of Consciousness
My scholarship investigates the interconnections between spirituality, knowledge, and social justice. In this blog I explore how spiritual and consciousness-oriented communities negotiate the politics of race, class and gender as they/we seek toward social justice