Content Warning, Trigger Warning

The content included in these resource pages may be challenging to engage with, and covers topics of trauma, triggers, racism, sexual assault, gender identity and expression, mental health, PTSD, C-PTSD, and patriarchal structures.

We will do our best to flag content that may be especially intense, and we strive to provide a space that allows you to thoughtfully and mindfully engage in content (or not engage in content) that meets you wherever you are in your healing journey.


Healing Resources Toolkit


To support and encourage your personal journey, we're collaborating with specialists to provide additional resources to guide you on your path to transformation.

We will continue to add to this toolkit to support you through all stages of your healing.


What is a trigger?

A trigger is a reminder of a past trauma that can show up in our mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual process and elicit overwhelming sadness, irritation, internal shutdown, emotional charge, anxiety, or panic. If you feel triggered, that’s your body telling you that there’s work to be explored. We’ve assembled resources to help you understand your triggers instead of running from them and develop practices to aid in healing.

Explore the topics below to find support for wherever you are on your journey. We're collaborating with specialists to help curate supporting resources.

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Gender is a universe—gender identity is a person's innermost concept of self – how individuals perceive themselves and what they call themselves.

This resource list was created in collaboration with specialist Daniel Sannito (they/them), trans, non-binary activist, educator, and yoga facilitator, for those seeking support or education about gender identity.

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Dra. Rocio Rosales Meza defines trauma as the response to an event or experience that is deeply disturbing. This traumatic event or experience overwhelms a person’s ability to deal with what happened and is deeply painful.

This resource list was created in collaboration with Dra. Rocio Rosales Meza, a Seer, Energy Worker, and Decolonial Healer and Dr. Mariel Buqué, Ph.D., a Psychologist, disruptor, and sound bath meditation healer, for those seeking support or education on the topic of trauma.

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