A Decolonization Movement

A Decolonization Movement

By Pilar Mejia
Decolonization is about Reclaiming our identities and our ancestral stories. Healing human relationships. Deconstructing the status quo, letting go of our domestications.
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Letting go of our Domestications
When we reclaim our sovereignty we will reclaim our power back. By letting go of our domestications we are reclaiming our power back as human beings  
55:51
April 2, 2020
I AM BACK!
After 8 months in hiatus, I am feeling the energy back and my intention is to maintain an active podcast Thank you for your support 
13:01
April 1, 2020
Spiritual Bypassing
I am sharing my thoughts around Spiritual Bypassing and how the Capitalistic Spiritual communities are causing a delusional state for people. *Disclaimer* Be aware I talk about controversial topics and my words can trigger listeners. Listen at your own risk.
1:01:02
July 31, 2019
Fake Spirituality
"If your spiritualism is not inclusive and diverse, and it contributes to the ideology of colonialism. Your Spiritualism is upholding the White Supremacy System" Pilar Mejia
50:15
June 22, 2019
Why I stopped teaching yoga
Join me in this conversation as I share with you the reasons why I let go of my association with teaching yoga, and my experience in this country within the yoga communities.  I share a very raw conversation and I hope you enjoy it.
1:02:12
June 14, 2019
Breath as a form of Healing (Guided Meditation)
Do we connect with our Life force using our breath? How many times throughout the day we pay attention to our breath? Do we know how to breathe properly? This is a guided meditation allowing you to connect with our breath, your life force. Enjoy!
26:05
June 12, 2019
Conversations with Pilar Mejia: An Introduction
Welcome to my podcast. I am sharing an introduction of who I am and what my work of Decolonization is all about. This will be a space where I share my lived experience as an indigenous woman  and an immigrant to the United States. Looking forward to share more and please feel free to share amongst your friends and social media spaces. 
46:21
June 8, 2019