Share Your Genius to Help Anti-Racism Efforts
Updated: Jun 9
As a purpose-driven, multi-talented person witnesssing civil unrest around race issues over the past several days, you are likely asking: how can I help? This blog is designed to help you answer that question.
Anytime you have a question you don't know the answer to, a powerful practice to gain clarity is to offer a prayer for guidance. A prayer for guidance is a request to your soul and your higher power for support. This opens the old adage: "ask and you shall receive."
In a prayer for guidance, you are doing 6 important things:
1. aligning yourself with your desires,
2. asking for what you need,
3. releasing fear,
4. opening yourself to receive guidance,
5. surrendering control to how the answers come to you, and
6. giving thanks.
To support you in opening up your inner-activist, I've pre-recorded a prayer. In this prayer, you ask your soul and your higher power for guidance. You seek clarity to recognize how you can contribute to peace through your unique genius. You surrender any and all fear that would hold you back from full expression. And, you open your heart, mind, and intuition to recognize internal wisdom and external events intended to open your pathway to activism.
Listen to and/or download the prayer here...
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This photo was posted on Instagram by Daniel Franco on May 29, 2020 at a protest in Houston, Texas. He wrote: This photo I took today while at the protest speaks for itself. As the police officer was getting surrounded by the crowd of protestors. Many of them were yelling at the cop degrading him. The individual hugging the police officer came out of the crowd, they exchanged a few words (I couldn’t hear), and they embraced. As the officer walked away he exclaimed, “I hate what happened just as much as you guys do!”
About the Author
Gina Marotta is a career coach and spiritual guide teaching and inspiring people to unleash their genius. She is a former defense attorney for some of Chicago’s highest profile criminal cases, served as Managing Director for a national nonprofit catalyzing career advancement for women and girls, and has been featured in media outlets like: Thrive Global, The Huffington Post, and WGN Radio. She has also been named 50 Under 50 and among 100 Women Making a Difference.