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    @celestinecookson Celestine, In my mind, having radical acceptance is a sign that the one who has it has in effect done the work of letting go on some levels. Control as you state "is a hard thing to let go"; I agree with this and it also causes me to ponder how even in circumstances of giving up control we are simultaneously holding onto it to some degree or another. Oftentimes we see control as a power trip, and while it can be that, can it not also be a place of character growth for an individual especially if we consider "equanimity"? One of the things I started thinking about in “Healing Justice for a World on Fire” was the mention of the idea of “radical acceptance” in attempting to achieve equanimity.
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    Hi there everyone, I’m Paris. I’m an aspiring food coach, hoping to serve marginalized communities, particularly communities with the intersection of disabled/chronically ill/neurodivergent/chronically ill identities. I myself am a queer, trans, multiply disabled person who has used food and plant healing to manage my symptoms, and to sometimes flourish. I want to offer this to folks who are often gatekept out of holistic healing communities, and I think a large part of that is understanding how marginality and oppression affect our health and well-being. I hope this class will help me gain a stronger perspective on how to heal myself and my communities.
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