What Color Is Your Soul? : Healing The Illusion Of Our Separateness
In this latest book, Niambi injects humor, creativity and insight while providing a refreshing approach from an actionable perspective. This book is for everyone!
Niambi deepens our conversation; inspires flexibility in our thinking while activating each of us to be a powerful catalyst for positive change and transformation.
"What Color Is Your Soul?" takes a truly amazing heart-centered approach; focusing on assisting you, the reader, in developing an effective and adaptable Cultural Intelligence - which is an asset when navigating cultural differences and beliefs.
This life-changing book will inspire and support our collective desire to create intentional community environments; where the vision of Global Inclusion becomes more of "who" we are, rather than "what" we do.
- Hardback | 194 pages
- 152 x 229 x 14mm | 454g
- 18 Jun 2019
- Earth Light Publishing
"Building a more just and equitable world is a matter of policy and a just distribution of power. It is also a challenge of the spirit. In What Color Is Your Soul? Niambi Jaha-Echols writes an artful meditation on the healing work that humans must do to overcome our brutal history and our deep divisions, especially those resulting from centuries of white supremacy. We must transform ourselves, and this book offers a call to that work." - John Biewen, host and producer, Scene on Radio podcast
"This book is amazing. There are many wonderful aspects to it, as analogies, personal experiences, and the use of pearls of wisdom in quotes are woven eloquently throughout. It's an easy read and easy to digest, with something in it for everyone depending on where you are in your self-awareness." - MaryAnne Howland, founder, Ibis Communications
"Niambi's book begins the journey of introspection, exploring stories that shape our perceptions and unite cultures. As our knowledge changes through the world wide web, our consciousness weaves together, remnants of family. This author unravels roots of dissention, planting seeds of respect that bloom as you read." - Nancy Basket, artist and storyteller
"In this wonderfully engaging book, Niambi Jaha-Echols offers her unique, expansive and well-supported perspective on racism in America. Not only how we found our way into our current situation but also encouragement to remove our blinders, accept personal responsibility and take fruitful action to bring mutual respect, understanding and harmony into our culture. Niambi weaves her personal story throughout the book giving it an air of authenticity and personal commitment. An exciting, thought-provoking, heart-opening journey - a great read!" - John Shealy, PhD, Psychotherapist and life coach
"This book is amazing. There are many wonderful aspects to it, as analogies, personal experiences, and the use of pearls of wisdom in quotes are woven eloquently throughout. It's an easy read and easy to digest, with something in it for everyone depending on where you are in your self-awareness." - MaryAnne Howland, founder & CEO, Ibis Communications
"Being 'woke' or socially aware is really just the beginning, Niambi Jaha-Echols explains in What Color Is Your Soul? What's required is heart work, ancestral healing and continual vigilance to see beyond the illusion of separation that ghettoizes us into silos of difference." - Angelo John Lewis, Director of the Diversity and Spirituality Network and author of Notes for a New Age
"I cried while reading this book as it presented me with the space to do some deep healing...and not just for myself, my ancestors too. It's amazing, really, the narratives that run our lives that we aren't even aware of. This book, if you allow it, will help you become aware of the stories around race and culture that have become dominant beliefs and will shift your narrative to one that is empowering...one that more accurately reflects the Truth of who we all are: One." - DeAnna Carpenter, singer, songwriter, She Who Builds
"From the very beginning I was hooked. The ancestral story of Akna told a different tale than what many have come to believe. It is time for a conscious, global color conversation..." - Tonya R. Gonzalez, author, healer & teacher