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My guest for this episode is Reverend Brig Feltus who joined me from her home in Los Angeles. Reverend Brig is founder, CEO and visionary for The Intersection for Mankind and the Dean and creator, advisor, and Master Teacher for most of the curriculum offered through The Intersection for Mankind’s ReMember Institute. She is an ordained minister of Metaphysical Science, having received Masters degrees of Metaphysical Science and Metaphysical Psychology from the University of Metaphysics and the University of Sedona. Her qualifications and fields of activity are many, ranging from counselling in the areas of intimacy and sexuality to group education in the field of racism, always with an eye to the complex metaphysical nature of human life.
It was her work in racism that first called my attention. Due to my professional work with Australia’s indigenous people the reality of racism and its destructive impact on human social life has been a long interest of mine. It is also a topic that not many so-called spiritual teachers venture into. In fact there is a lot of spiritual by-passing when it comes to racism with versions of the statement “I don’t see colour” being all too common, albeit couched in what seems like spiritually inclusive languages such as “we are all just spirit” - a sentiment that is meaningless unless the social reality of racism is fully acknowledged and tackled. So I greatly admire the direct way Brig tackles this reality in her online presence, and from about the 20 minute mark, after an explanation of metaphysics, this is the focus of our discussion.
Brig explains how she works with racism and how this forms a key part of her spiritual practice. She shares the very moving story of the cruel death of a close relative and the reactions that followed that led her to this work. One of the reasons tackling racism is such a powerful spiritual practice is that racism is so deeply engrained in our culture. And we cannot by-pass our culture and the things that we learned as children. We need to bring consciousness to them, feel how they live in our body and then we can transform them. This is the work Brig helps people to do and why I am so happy to have her on this programme.
Finally, as I am publishing this the world is shutting down due to a coronavirus crisis. This interview happened before this all began, so when you hear Brig struggling with a cough from time to time, that has nothing to do with Covid-19. However, given the current context, the passage from her that I used to introduce this interview seems more prophetic than it did at the time.
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