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Jade T. Perry

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On Liberatory Praxis with Jade T. Perry

Sustainably Human at Work

Writer, speaker, educator, artist, and mystic Jade T. Perry shares her thoughts on building a liberatory praxis, particularly in professional spaces.The mission of her work, as a whole, is to contribute resources, art, narratives, and experiential learning opportunities that aid in the holistic healing processes of Blackfolk, Queer & Trans Black & Indigenous People of Color (QTBIPOC), and disabled and / or chronically ill folks within these communities.   Jade T. Perry seeks to creatively challenge secular and sacred spaces toward greater levels of equity,  justice, and spiritual activism. Through individual & organizational consulting, she supports spaces that are moving onward from “diversity & inclusion” & into building creative & liberatory praxis at each level.Connect with Jade T. Perry:Website: jadetperry.comInstagram: instagram.com/jadetperryFacebook: facebook.com/JadeTPerry1Twitter: twitter.com/Jade_T_PPatreon: patreon.com/jadetperryFor full show notes with transcripts visit 4needs.work/podcast/episode-17


3 Feb 2021

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The Hermit w/ Jade T. Perry

Witches Muse : Stories Beneath the Surface

We are finally out of our two month Hiatus from the podcast- and we feel grateful for folks that have asked about our episodes, that share and review the podcast- and have supported us over the last two years. Our returning episode features the amazing and incomparable Jade T. Perry.  Jade moves us with Black feminist cosmologies, churchy mysticism, and embodied sensual ritual musings. Check out the instagram in the coming weekend as we will be offering reading resource guide from all of Jade’s amazing wisdom shares.  The Hermit’s call speaks to a post Jade wrote alongside the summer on Instagram Within this post Jade mentions and references the work of Toni Cade Bambara. How is our house in order in the ways of movement building? This Episode Features Churchy Origins by way of Philadelphia We are not here to be consumed- Spiritual Capitalism and our wayfinding throughPRO TIPS & Boundary Work Anansi Spider Wisdom Black Mysticism and Black Futures Why Lineage Citation and Referencing divination-Is ESSENTIAL In spiritual work LinksJade T. Perry Patreon Jade T. Perry Website The Nap Ministry @ItsJujubae (cited IG account)  @millennialsoulfood (cited IG account) Book Resource Guide available @thewitchesmuse platform Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thewitchesmuse) or offer one time donations via Venmo @tarapin (this helps us pay podcast guests, supports music and mixing the episodes) Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thewitchesmuse)

1hr 4mins

13 Nov 2020

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066 - Jade T. Perry - Churchy Mystic

Conversations with a Wounded Healer

Jade T. Perry is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, speaker, Tarot Card Slinger, Churchy Mystic, Chronically Ill & Disabled Babe, Embodied (Sensuality) Ritual Curator, and co-founder of the Mystic Soul Project. (The 2019 conference has just passed, but make sure to follow Jade to gear up for the 2020 conference!) The mission of her work is twofold: To creatively challenge secular and sacred systems toward greater levels of inclusion. And to contribute resources, art, narratives, and experiential learning opportunities that aid in the holistic healing processes of people of color (POC), queer people of color (QPOC), and disabled / chronically ill POC. Jade shares with Sarah the nature of her churchy mystic work: helping others reclaim their body/sexuality/sensuality that may have been lost to shame at the hands of the church. And how she moves clients into healing shame through art, symbolism and mysticism. Let’s be friends! You can find me in the following places... Website: www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WoundedHealr/ https://www.facebook.com/HeadHeartTherapy/ Instagram: @headhearttherapy Twitter: @WoundedHealr @HeadHeart_Chi


12 Jun 2019