Women Artists Gather from around the world to mend racialized trauma through connection, education, conversation and Intentional Creativity®


Online Community Circles
for Mending Racialized Trauma

Featuring Guild Teacher,
Elsie Chang with a focus on Asian Women

Monday, August 10 at 1pm HT | 4pm PT | 7pm ET | 1am CEST | 9am AEST | 11am NZST

Join us for a follow up conversation from our first Re-Membering Circle held in June 2020

Our Founder Shiloh Sophia invites all women members in our MUSEA : Intentional Creativity® community and those connected with our members to join us.

This call will not be recorded. Please plan to come live. We will work together in an INTENTIONAL CREATIVITY® process to awaken and integrate.

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"Women, if the soul of the nation is to be saved, I believe that you must become its soul." ~ Coretta Scott King

Our Intentional Creativity community is formed by women from all over the world working together. Part of our Vision is to lift up the voices of women.

Intentional Creativity Teachers together for a Color of Woman Gathering in 2019 at MUSEA: Sonoma, CA

"The Song of the Alpha Omega Wayfarer"

Painting by Elsie Chang

A message from Shiloh Sophia:

Dear Community,

We are inviting you to explore with us in a Circle for Mending Racialized Trauma using Intentional Creativity.

We had a very powerful circle in June led by Lauren Adorno-Weatherford and Semerit Strachan. Thank you to all who participated.

Our second circle is coming up on July 6th. For this Re-Membering Circle, we are guided through a follow up conversation about racialized trauma by Lauren Adorno-Weatherford and Semerit Strachan. I thank them for being willing to engage with us and lead us forward. We will continue to work in culturally specific groups at a certain point in the circle.

All women of all cultures are invited to join. These circles are emergent and evolving as we educate ourselves. Each of us is learning and growing as we go. By registering you will be notified of all Re-Membering Circles. With the on-going leadership of Semerit and Lauren women artists and leaders within our community will continue to speak with us on mending racialized trauma.

Join us in prayer for the healing of our nation and share your love and support for people of color. With a hopeful heart for healing, and a deeply profound love this community.

Blessings to each of you on your path, as women, let us 're-member' ourselves.

~ Shiloh Sophia
Curator, Intentional Creativity

Intentional Creativity gathering at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, 2016

"She Who Walks with Her Ancestors"

Painting by Spirit Warrior Carmen Baraka

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MUSEA : Intentional Creativity www.musea.org is committed to equality, inclusion and justice for all beings. We believe creativity is a basic human right and have worked to make equitable and affordable education available for over thirty years with a focus on women. At the heart of our work is the desire to support individuals in identifying oppressive frameworks and empowering them to identify and work to heal all forms of oppression within themselves, and their communities.

Save the Date for additional gatherings on Re-Membering Circles for Mending Racialized Trauma working with Intentional Creativity®

Same time for all Circles: 1pm HT | 4pm PT | 7pm ET | Next Day 1am CEST | 9am AEST | 11am NZST

Latina Women with Adriana Medina, September 14

Native American Women with Carmen Baraka, October 5

About Upcoming Speakers:

Elsie Chang

Born in Hong Kong, Elsie Chang is a global nomad who spent her formative years in Asia, Africa, Europe, and the USA. As an expatriate, she lived in Azerbaijan, Bosnia, Croatia, and Kosovo. She has traveled to over 50 countries for business assignments and pleasure. She has a long wish list of dream destinations. A serene lake near Washington, DC is her current home base. 

For over two decades, Elsie worked on issues of women’s parity, politics, and cross- and inter- cultural communication. Her qualifications include certification in 2020 as an International Creativity (IC) Motherboard coach and Color of Woman teacher training in 2018. Intentional Creativity sparked soul remembrances of lifetimes as a devotee of Isis, the sisterhood of the Rose, and resonance with crystalline frequencies of ancient future civilizations. 

She was a presenter for Leadership America at the parallel NGO conference and their delegate to the United Nation’s Fourth World Conference on Women: Action for Equality, Development and Peace in Beijing, China in 1995. She is a frequent speaker and executive coach at Working Mother Media’s annual Multicultural conferences and was the Knowledge Partner designing the agenda of the Leadership Summit for Women in National Security Careers for three years. She is an Executive Sponsor of the Asian American Affinity Forum at Northrop Grumman Corporation, where she serves as a leadership executive coach for top talent and mindfulness teacher. 

Elsie’s corporate career stands 30 years in management consulting, international development, and national security. In the last decade, she has coached top executives at Fortune 500 companies and though her private practice, Global Perspectives Coaching. She is a Professional Certified Coach with credentials from the International Coaching Federation and Newfield Network. She is also a certified Advanced Mindfulness teacher, Conversational Intelligence coach, and soul purpose discovery guide for individuals and organizations. 

Adriana Medina-López Portillo

All my education and pursuits have to do with awakening, creating connections, and personal and spiritual growth in different ways. As a professor at various universities, I teach topics on power, privilege and oppression, and intercultural and interpersonal communication. I am also a trainer and facilitator of Intentional Creativity, Personal Leadership, and Emotional Intelligence. I am certified on the Energy Codes, a set of principles and practices to be used in one’s daily experience to tap into one’s authentic self and to realize deeper states of awareness, and Light Language, an Aztec and Mayan practice that uses Sacred Geometry and color as a means to communicate with the Higher Consciousness. In addition, I am a practitioner of PSYCH-K®, a set of principles and processes designed to change subconscious beliefs that limit the expression of individuals’ full potential as a spiritual being having a human experience. I offer individual sessions. 

I was born and raised in Mexico City. I came to the United States to complete my graduate education twenty-five years ago. I now live in Denver, Colorado with my husband Chris and our son Santiago. We have two fine companions, Stella and Bosco. 

Spirit Warrior Carmen Baraka

There are many paths to creator, I have walked quite a few. I believe that the more paths you walk, the better your understanding of others. I have held Native American Circles for women and girls for over 30 years. My work is about finding your core truth. Spirit Awakening through Ceremony, connecting with Ancestors and Spirit Guides and embracing Mother Earth and her messages.  

Healing hands work ~ healing through shifting energy.

My art has been pen and ink, meditative line drawing. Book: Land of ZaBaDa. One of my joys is playing drums and percussion, avant-garde, improv, world music. I believe playing music opens pathways into quantum consciousness.  My message at the end of any day is “Live your Joy”. 

Aho Mitakuye Oyasin, We Are All Related

Members of our Guild community standing in front of the Black Madonna in Paris, 2014: Lauren Adorno-Weatherford, Cynthia Harrison, Shiloh Sophia and Carol Mahinda

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