Feel free to check out the LS curriculum from former seasons to get a sense of what might be offered in the future, to see options for customized classes you can request, or just to learn from all the materials! To do so, hover your cursor over the words ‘past seasons’ above to see the drop-down menu.
I started my journey completely unaware of decolonization theories and collective liberation practices, and Liberation Spring has been a complete game-changer in the way I perceive, think, and interact with the world and my community. Anjali has created a safe space to learn about my own biases and blind spots in a group that is … Continue reading Ana K.
My favorite part of LS has been the holistic weavings of wisdom, intellectual pursuit, creative inquiry, community building, and medicine. In a world where the fragmentation of self and commodification of knowledge is cultivated and rampant, LS feels like a nest of abundance where I can welcome home all aspects of myself in pursuit of … Continue reading Eri G. J.
I am deeply impacted by Liberation Spring and the space Anjali has created for questioning, consciousness-raising and discovering the vast areas of work that are being cultivated in the spirit of decolonization, across the planet. Educational spaces have historically been traumatizing for me, and this has been a revolutionary and healing experience for me to … Continue reading Shalini R.
Having just completed my first class with Anjali, I am deeply moved by all she offers. In the last three months of my participation in this solidly held container of unlearning, the transformation and movement towards greater liberation from the matrix has been profound. There is a wisdom she shared and an astute understanding of … Continue reading S.G.
By the time I enrolled in Gaslight the System in the Fall of 2018, I was experiencing much confusion, frustration, and disappointment in my life. Like many people I was led to believe that my problems were entirely of my own making and if I just changed my attitude, everything would change, but I’ve always … Continue reading Felicia B.