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Dismantle Racism with Rev. Dr. TLC

Thursday, July 22, 2021
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Facebook Live Video from 2021/07/22 - Soul Healing - How to Heal the Trauma of Racism From the Inside Out

 
Facebook Live Video from 2021/07/22 - Soul Healing - How to Heal the Trauma of Racism From the Inside Out

 

2021/07/22 - Soul Healing - How to Heal the Trauma of Racism From the Inside Out

[NEW EPISODE] Soul Healing - How to Heal the Trauma of Racism From the Inside Out

Racism is insidious, and its impact can be deadly for people of color, emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually. Contributing to this demise is the stress that comes from the daily mental maneuvers of dealing with racism and the plethora of health related disparities in the black and brown communities. The strain of racism can kill the soul, but healing is possible.

Join Rev. Dr. TLC as she talks with Business Coach, Bea Baylor, who shares how the stress of racism contributed to her experience with Broken Heart Syndrome, a heart condition brought on by stress. In this episode, Bea will share her journey of awakening and healing which began with gripping pain and a trip to the ER and, eventually, to living a nomadic life. 

Bea says it is possible for people of color to heal from racism, and it begins with healing the soul. Don’t miss this powerful episode. Let’s heal the wounds of racism!


Tune in for this important conversation at TalkRadio.nyc or watch the Facebook Livestream by Clicking Here.


Show Notes

Segment 1

Rev. Dr. Terryln starts the show off with a breathing exercise. Invites the audience to breathe in healing and breathe out stress. She goes on to introduce her guest for the morning, Bea Bayor. Bea Bayor is a dynamic power house of a woman that loves connecting other powerful women and entrepreneurs. She coaches women who are interested in standing in their power. Bea is a serial entrepreneur and author of Rise Up: Take Charge. Overcome. Succeed. Before the break, Bea mentioned the stress of 2020 on people of color should be followed by soul healing. Bea shares the trauma she experienced this past year that led to BHS. She defines Broken Heart Syndrome as people who suffer stress or worry hold on to grief and emotions which impacts the heart. Bea was so overwhelmed and preoccupied helping others that she ignored the signs and didn’t reach out for help.

Segment 2

After the break, Terryn and Bea continue the conversation about racial trauma that led to Bea’s broken heart. A lot of the media last year focused on the racial tension and violence towards black men. Bea mentions that she may have had COVID in december 2019. The symptoms were there; shortness of breath, sweats, chest pains. Bea had to turn CNN off in order to get through the day. Her life was spiralling out of control. She was overwhelmed with other people’s problems and taking on more and more. The emotional impact of all of those disparities took a toll on Bea. She talks about being in the middle of a major heart attack and ignoring the signs. Rev. Dr. Terrlyn interjects and explains why it is important to pay attention to our bodies. Before the break, Bea talks about her fear of treatment in the hospital. She talked about being concerned about the possibility of mistreatment or misinformation because she was a woman of color. Terrlyn talks about data that confirms that black Americans are poorly treated in the medical industry which adds on to the daily stress that is followed.

Segment 3

Back from the break, Terryln and Bea talk about Bea’s treatment in the hospital. Bea was transferred to a heart hospital after several tests. Things turned around because Bea had a family member who was a doctor who was affiliated with the facility. Mentioning that she only got the top notch treatment she received because she knew someone on the inside. Prior to his interventions Bea did not feel she was treated with the same care or attention. As a nurse she knew the system and routines and noticed some procedures were being missed. Terryln says another way we can dismantle racism is if people become aware of the disparities that people of color deal with concerning their health. Often their symptoms go undiagnosed, leading to a belief that their systems are hardier, and that they can withstand the pain.

Segment 4

Returning from the break, Bea goes into the importance of mental health and professional therapy, citing it as one of the most important aspects of living a healthy balanced life. She shares how her performing of daily soul healing affirmations helps her to ground herself in the present and remind her how much she truly loves herself. Bea shares her journey to reaching and coming back in touch with her own heart and emotions. She decided to buy an RV and live a nomadic life, reconnecting with herself and giving her the time for soulful self reflection. This change in her life was brought on after a startling heart attack, this gave Bea the motivation to get in touch with herself and seek out healing for her soul. She advises that despite whatever relationships listeners feel they may have with their personal higher power, that the nurturing and attention payed to this relationship is what will best facilitate an individual’s growth and personal fulfilment, something Bea feels is unfortunately lacking within the black community.


Transcript

00:00:31.950 --> 00:00:40.590 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Good morning, good morning good morning and welcome to dismantle racism, where our goal is to uncover dismantle and eradicate racism.

00:00:40.980 --> 00:00:54.990 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Where we can create a world where racial equity is the norm i'm your host the Reverend Dr tlc and today we're going to be talking about soul healing how to heal the trauma of racism.

00:00:55.530 --> 00:01:09.540 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: from the inside out, I want to start today, as always, by inviting you to simply breathe and I like to have us to do that, because when we take a breath, we are reminded that we are life.

00:01:09.840 --> 00:01:19.500 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: itself that we are connected with something greater than ourselves and it helps to calm us and to bring us into the spirit that we need to be in.

00:01:20.160 --> 00:01:33.690 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: To have this conversation on racism so just please if you'd like to to just close your eyes and I invite you to take a deep deep breath in and breathe in healing.

00:01:34.770 --> 00:01:36.600 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: and breathe out stress.

00:01:38.370 --> 00:01:45.060 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Take another deep breath in and breathe in assurance and breathe out fear.

00:01:46.770 --> 00:01:49.200 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: breathe in wisdom.

00:01:50.220 --> 00:01:52.200 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: and breathe out confusion.

00:01:54.090 --> 00:01:57.180 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: breathe in energy and renewal.

00:01:58.260 --> 00:02:00.000 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: and breathe out exhaustion.

00:02:02.430 --> 00:02:03.750 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: breathe in hope.

00:02:04.920 --> 00:02:06.600 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: and breathe out to spare.

00:02:07.980 --> 00:02:10.620 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: again take another deep deep breath in.

00:02:11.640 --> 00:02:15.900 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: and breathe in healing life and joy.

00:02:17.340 --> 00:02:18.660 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Now let's exhale.

00:02:20.130 --> 00:02:21.450 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: and enjoy the show.

00:02:23.520 --> 00:02:35.970 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Racism is something that is insidious and it impacts, the lives of people of color on so many levels mentally spiritually physically emotionally.

00:02:37.320 --> 00:03:01.740 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: contributing to this as my that there's this does mize, of course, stress the ways in which we fall apart, is because stress impacts us so deeply and research has shown that we all experienced stress, but for people of color we experience 25 to 50% additional stress.

00:03:02.940 --> 00:03:10.290 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: And it's deadly and it contributes to the health disparities that we noticed among black and brown people.

00:03:11.280 --> 00:03:20.370 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: So racism can kill, I believe it can kill us all, but particularly the folks who are impacted by it day to day.

00:03:20.940 --> 00:03:35.460 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: So, today I am so delighted that business coach B baylor is here to join us be baylor is going to talk about her personal experience with broken heart syndrome.

00:03:36.150 --> 00:03:50.010 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: And I want you to know a little bit about bb is this dynamic powerhouse of a woman who loves connecting other women together and she loves connecting powerful women entrepreneurs.

00:03:50.460 --> 00:04:06.360 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: People who she wants to help raise them to the next level of their potential and help them to be the best that they can possibly be and she does so by coaching and this style that's very nurturing and caring and uplifts the spirit.

00:04:07.350 --> 00:04:19.320 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: She supports women who are interested in standing in their power and who want to be excellent, in whatever arena of their life that they walk in.

00:04:19.680 --> 00:04:37.410 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: She is a serial entrepreneur a global influencer a change agent an author and international speaker and a talk show host she's also the author of rise up take charge overcome and succeed, that is her memoir.

00:04:38.430 --> 00:04:50.430 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: I do believe that there's a second book that should be in the making factor this experience that she is just had, so I am delighted to welcome you to the show today be baylor, thank you for being my guest.

00:04:50.940 --> 00:05:04.830 Bea Baylor: Thank you, thank you, Dr terrell and I am super excited I hope that you guys are continuing to breed so healing is so important for the soul.

00:05:05.610 --> 00:05:18.870 Bea Baylor: guys that introduction, I guess, I could wear that hat Dr carolyn Thank you was an amazing, and I am so happy to be here in this place, because I do believe that.

00:05:19.830 --> 00:05:35.250 Bea Baylor: I have a story that just resonates around dismantling racism, I believe, last year took a toll on so many people of color.

00:05:35.820 --> 00:06:00.120 Bea Baylor: In whether it's health whether it's just brokenness and I want to stop for a minute and really, really, really get present because soul healing has to take place doing 2021 all the way, based on the information and the way we live last year through racism.

00:06:00.510 --> 00:06:04.020 Bea Baylor: Through Georgia board through stress do covert thing.

00:06:05.040 --> 00:06:18.180 Bea Baylor: i'm a living witness September the 16th I suffered a major major heart attack that led to open heart surgery.

00:06:18.690 --> 00:06:20.430 Bea Baylor: Right to.

00:06:20.760 --> 00:06:25.110 Bea Baylor: I experienced so much trauma.

00:06:26.400 --> 00:06:27.660 Bea Baylor: I could not even.

00:06:28.710 --> 00:06:54.900 Bea Baylor: get through watching the job which floyd where did all of this racism come from my age i've been in the era of racism, I thought it was over, I thought it was gone I like we have to push our way through this know we experience so much pain so much hurt stress worry.

00:06:56.550 --> 00:06:58.740 Bea Baylor: sickness death loss.

00:06:59.760 --> 00:07:05.820 Bea Baylor: Financial brokenness and all of this impacted my heart.

00:07:08.010 --> 00:07:08.370 Bea Baylor: either.

00:07:08.820 --> 00:07:14.220 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: there's so much that you said there that I really want to unpack.

00:07:15.240 --> 00:07:15.990 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: and

00:07:18.180 --> 00:07:29.400 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: I first would love for you to take us, yes, we know about cove it and the stress of that and then George floyd happen, and that was an additional.

00:07:29.400 --> 00:07:31.770 Bea Baylor: district, the stress of racism.

00:07:32.160 --> 00:07:42.750 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: This right, but, but this is what I where I want you to go back to for a minute, because you, you mentioned several things in there, that I think is important for our audience.

00:07:43.560 --> 00:07:53.610 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: And one would be the stress of racism and how it has impacted you, particularly as an entrepreneur.

00:07:54.210 --> 00:08:00.600 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: But also, you mentioned that you thought racism was over, so how How was it still impacting you i'd like to.

00:08:00.900 --> 00:08:11.280 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: To address that but also, and we won't get a chance to do all of this before the break, I really would like you to take us back to that experience of broken heart syndrome every explain, for our.

00:08:11.340 --> 00:08:14.760 Bea Baylor: audience what it is, so thank you, Dr carolyn.

00:08:17.010 --> 00:08:39.390 Bea Baylor: Right, but so a lot of people and physicians don't know about broken heart syndrome it's kind of a late term of people who suffer stress worry or hold on to grief hold on to lotions and it impacts, the heart, it can be.

00:08:41.940 --> 00:08:55.020 Bea Baylor: You know fixed if you just get into the mindset of really loving yourself, but in that era of 2020 with covert 19 and all these things going.

00:08:55.830 --> 00:09:08.610 Bea Baylor: My part just not take it, it was so overwhelming that I sat I know the symptoms were there I didn't reach out for help.

00:09:09.390 --> 00:09:27.240 Bea Baylor: And because I was helping so many other women to get through the grief of the racism at the George Florida of the black life matters, and all of this was you know, bringing people on my talk show and it literally affected me.

00:09:28.380 --> 00:09:36.630 Bea Baylor: unbeknown to the world that i've wondered how did it affect the world, because it really affected me.

00:09:39.660 --> 00:09:42.780 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: So it impacted you and you said you didn't pay attention.

00:09:43.740 --> 00:09:44.310 Bea Baylor: that's it.

00:09:44.700 --> 00:09:56.580 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: So tell us what was happening that you needed to pay attention to, because I think it's important for our audience to know what to look for.

00:09:57.990 --> 00:10:03.600 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: In terms of the physical symptoms and maybe even some of the emotional symptoms.

00:10:04.260 --> 00:10:06.600 Bea Baylor: magic words physical.

00:10:07.710 --> 00:10:22.470 Bea Baylor: and emotional well being those mental it was mentally tormenting to be post in not being able to reach out to family members, knowing that other family members needed help.

00:10:23.430 --> 00:10:38.970 Bea Baylor: Emotionally who was there to talk to who you know everyone was suffering everyone had personal financial problems and to reach out as a black woman.

00:10:41.760 --> 00:10:59.820 Bea Baylor: Like i'm supposed to be okay Why am I dealing with this what's the deal here, and that is what impacts so many women of color that they feel so proud that they can reach out for the help.

00:11:01.440 --> 00:11:04.770 Bea Baylor: Of a therapist or coach a counselor.

00:11:06.000 --> 00:11:10.440 Bea Baylor: To talk through these things to unpack what just happened here.

00:11:12.270 --> 00:11:14.910 Bea Baylor: i'm looking at a man that could be my son.

00:11:15.930 --> 00:11:17.370 Bea Baylor: With just murdered.

00:11:18.930 --> 00:11:20.100 Bea Baylor: right before the world.

00:11:21.390 --> 00:11:22.110 Bea Baylor: My.

00:11:23.580 --> 00:11:29.850 Bea Baylor: New it impacted me and it hurts so deeply to see that.

00:11:31.020 --> 00:11:34.080 Bea Baylor: sort of racism in this time.

00:11:35.310 --> 00:11:35.580 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: It.

00:11:35.760 --> 00:11:38.820 Bea Baylor: Just affects your health entire body.

00:11:40.380 --> 00:11:40.920 Bea Baylor: and

00:11:41.610 --> 00:11:42.360 Bea Baylor: Certainly we're.

00:11:42.390 --> 00:12:02.370 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: gonna have we're gonna have to take a break in just a short minute here, but when you say it impacted you deeply, could you describe a little of the emotional pain so because I want our listening audience to know what you mean because I understand.

00:12:02.730 --> 00:12:08.460 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Yes, the black woman, we have this way of saying, I have to be a strong black woman.

00:12:08.970 --> 00:12:21.570 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Good and so we keep moving so for you what again what were some of the things that said no, I need to take a step back, even though you didn't I did.

00:12:22.380 --> 00:12:34.590 Bea Baylor: It that you know that racism that was that me on that baby's neck that was like my son and that could have been my son that was.

00:12:35.850 --> 00:12:37.950 Bea Baylor: wow look at that just happened.

00:12:39.540 --> 00:12:44.190 Bea Baylor: right before my eyes and it was crying on the inside.

00:12:44.550 --> 00:12:45.270 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: One like.

00:12:46.320 --> 00:12:47.340 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: I cannot be.

00:12:48.570 --> 00:12:55.320 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: yeah, so we are going to need to take a break, but what I what I hear you saying.

00:12:55.860 --> 00:13:05.040 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Is that there was an identification That was one thing that was emotionally impactful for you, but I also hear you saying that grief.

00:13:05.730 --> 00:13:21.090 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Which is very significant that you grieve for the towards floyd's family, perhaps I don't want to put words in your mouth, but like you were grieving for the family were grieving for the world, you were grieving for our culture and so.

00:13:21.750 --> 00:13:42.390 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: I some of this is because i've talked to you, I know that this is a part of what was going on, and I just want our audience, to be able to understand that when you say emotionally racism impacted you just so that people are clear what you mean there was an overwhelming sense is.

00:13:42.690 --> 00:13:44.160 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: And again, you and I have.

00:13:44.190 --> 00:14:02.730 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: talked about this offline so I know how pressing that was on your heart which we'll talk a bit about when we come back, we need to take a break at my take my guest today is be baylor you are listening to dismantle racism i'm your host Reverend Dr tlc we'll be right back.

00:16:19.650 --> 00:16:33.090 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: we're back with dismantle racism, I am so delighted that my guest today is be baylor and be right before the break, we were talking about some of the emotional.

00:16:33.630 --> 00:16:45.630 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: trauma that was associated with what you were experiencing that eventually led to broken heart syndrome and I know again from talking with you that and.

00:16:46.290 --> 00:17:02.970 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Being a woman of color myself that are part of that emotional trauma was also fear, because when you have black sons and grandsons and and nephews and even our children in general.

00:17:03.930 --> 00:17:11.580 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: We know when we looked at that murder of George floyd that it could have very easily have been anyone that we knew personally.

00:17:12.270 --> 00:17:25.620 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: And so I imagine that part of the emotional trauma that you experience was related to that as well, and I also know you indicated this before that.

00:17:26.490 --> 00:17:46.350 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: We do say we have to keep moving because historically, we have seen our men lynched and beaten and whips and killed, and we have to keep marching on, but what I am encouraged by in your story that you're saying is that we must get help.

00:17:47.400 --> 00:17:58.440 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: And it feels like you know from your story that you're saying that we choose not to get the help because we keep moving on and so your story of what happened to you.

00:17:58.830 --> 00:18:09.660 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: i'd love to hear some of the physical symptoms that started to happen, and I want you to take us back to the night that you finally had to say, wait a minute.

00:18:10.710 --> 00:18:20.940 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: This is this, this is not normal and and what our audience needs to know is that you actually are a nurse as well, your background is as a nurse so even more so here's this.

00:18:20.940 --> 00:18:23.430 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Woman Oh, it has a nursing degree.

00:18:24.720 --> 00:18:27.000 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: For years, and she's like oh no good.

00:18:27.330 --> 00:18:39.510 Bea Baylor: I forget it and i'll take you guys back because so many of us have also recognize the symptoms acceptance of covert 19.

00:18:39.990 --> 00:18:54.600 Bea Baylor: I specifically may have had covert 19 back in December of 2019 I was so sick I was sick, but no one talked about it until.

00:18:55.020 --> 00:19:14.820 Bea Baylor: 2020 have marked where everyone has to stop, with the redoing so the symptoms were there, like the shortness of breath overwhelmingly like the sweating chest pains the I literally had to turn CNN off.

00:19:16.170 --> 00:19:28.170 Bea Baylor: All the news in order to get through today and continue to do my business balance my life was just spiraling out of control.

00:19:28.890 --> 00:19:45.990 Bea Baylor: overwhelming with other people's problems and taking on more and more as we do, as women of color I as a nurse know that I was eating well drinking water, all of those, but when it's an emotional.

00:19:47.340 --> 00:20:03.930 Bea Baylor: And packed it got the all of those disparities that were upon my life I took a toll on me and I find it like to that very night with already had two heart attacks.

00:20:05.190 --> 00:20:08.010 Bea Baylor: And within the next day.

00:20:09.240 --> 00:20:19.590 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: I mean just just pause and backup because you're not you're not telling the story of having the chest, because I think it's really important.

00:20:20.550 --> 00:20:30.480 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: that people understand that you were in the middle of having a heart attack you're telling them you had to but you're in the middle of it and still questioning.

00:20:31.050 --> 00:20:47.550 Bea Baylor: I was in the middle of a major heart attack guys and you're absolutely right, the other major heart attack like i'm grabbing my keys i'm gonna drive myself to the emergency at that point and literally collapse in the parking lot before I could even get to my car, thank God, for that.

00:20:48.690 --> 00:21:00.570 Bea Baylor: grandson was there with me activated 911 guys my life changed forever when I get into the emergency room and the doctor said.

00:21:00.990 --> 00:21:15.210 Bea Baylor: Based on your lap work you've already had several heart attacks, and this was really, really big and we're keeping you blah blah blah and Lo and behold 15 days later, open heart surgery for quiet.

00:21:16.230 --> 00:21:17.940 Bea Baylor: The whole nine yards.

00:21:18.240 --> 00:21:22.590 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: So be I need you, because I really need our audience to get this.

00:21:23.640 --> 00:21:34.350 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: You indicated that back in December, you had shortness of breath but, but you know now that a part of what was happening may have been cold it related because you were taking care of yourself.

00:21:35.160 --> 00:21:43.710 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: But leading up to when you had that heart attack in my conversations with you, I know that you had been having some other symptoms.

00:21:44.340 --> 00:21:45.630 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Even at night.

00:21:45.660 --> 00:21:51.330 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: When you were having the symptoms you kind of just sat down and it was like Okay, this is going to pass.

00:21:51.930 --> 00:22:00.630 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: One of the things I want our audience to know is that we have to pay attention to our bodies and understand that we're not super women.

00:22:00.930 --> 00:22:11.580 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: And I hope that the audience got the fact that you said i'm gonna drive myself to the hospital now can you talk about what that chest pain felt like.

00:22:12.060 --> 00:22:25.260 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: That you were still saying i'm going to be superwoman and ignoring because we know that heart attacks are frequent killer of women, and I think this is really important for us to hear.

00:22:28.080 --> 00:22:31.770 Bea Baylor: About praying about like an elephant.

00:22:33.780 --> 00:22:36.480 Bea Baylor: standing on my chess.

00:22:38.100 --> 00:22:48.840 Bea Baylor: I even tried to like Oh, let me get a blouse to put on I couldn't even reach up to the closet to get a blouse so I can go drive myself to the emergency room.

00:22:49.620 --> 00:23:07.620 Bea Baylor: And I just kept going, what did I do that when I think that Why did I do that super woman who do I speak as a black woman wow I just i'm mortified that.

00:23:09.030 --> 00:23:22.650 Bea Baylor: I should have been gone like seven hours ago with the pain that I had in my chest, but I stayed the whole evening into the night in the morning and that's exactly what women do.

00:23:24.180 --> 00:23:32.370 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: I think that that's so critical that you're saying that because we do we keep saying, let me push through this.

00:23:32.730 --> 00:23:42.750 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: And, of course, when we think about the history of racism again because it's so important for me to provide some education to people about this is that we as.

00:23:43.410 --> 00:24:02.460 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Women of color black women in particular has not able to afford to get sick and take off work and be out of work for days, we have to keep moving historically when we had babies, when we were enslaved people it had a baby and you Rebecca out in the field within two or three hours.

00:24:03.930 --> 00:24:07.890 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: A lot of this systemic racism that we talked about.

00:24:08.100 --> 00:24:08.700 Bea Baylor: A lot of it.

00:24:08.910 --> 00:24:23.280 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: analyzed racism all of that it stems back historically and that's why your story is a powerful one because I want any woman of color and really women in general, but since the show is dismantling racism.

00:24:23.580 --> 00:24:34.170 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: I want us to understand how deeply rooted racism is and how it impacts our lives and we've got to stop you're a nurse.

00:24:34.530 --> 00:24:35.610 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Ah, you.

00:24:37.530 --> 00:24:55.830 Bea Baylor: know, yes, but because we have a higher rate of the illnesses, whether it's like diabetic hypertension asthma, heart disease, more so, compared to our White counterparts, because a life expectancy.

00:24:56.940 --> 00:25:13.170 Bea Baylor: is like Jerry very low and that's even with the CAFE 19 that may that really just took it off the table, like you really now going to stop, and I want you guys i'm looking directly at you guys want you guys to hear me stop.

00:25:14.310 --> 00:25:30.210 Bea Baylor: Racism exists but stop and heal yourself, or you are going to be out of this world stop in heal yourself from what's happening in the world racism.

00:25:31.410 --> 00:25:40.230 Bea Baylor: All the disparities I didn't know if I was going to get good health care, I was scared to death to go to the hospital and.

00:25:40.980 --> 00:25:55.020 Bea Baylor: i'm not going to get the care, all these other people are sick in the hospital just devastated even like shall I tell them i'm a nurse you like, are they treat me better all those things were going through my head.

00:25:56.730 --> 00:25:57.240 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Oh.

00:25:57.540 --> 00:26:06.360 Bea Baylor: wow I hope I don't get treated bad in the hospital because i'm a black woman or are you just tell me anything if they got going to believe it.

00:26:06.780 --> 00:26:17.430 Bea Baylor: Was smart enough to know that we're going to get this right i'm going to set an example of how I want to be treated as a black woman when I go into hospital.

00:26:18.030 --> 00:26:26.700 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Be that is so powerful and and I really want our listening audience to really know how much we as black folks have to always question things.

00:26:26.970 --> 00:26:32.100 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: And I know that some of our listening audience might say that that's being paranoid, but we know.

00:26:32.670 --> 00:26:43.560 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: that the data shows that we are treated differently in terms of health, and so a part of your decision about going to the hospital all these things were going in you're going on in your head.

00:26:43.740 --> 00:26:44.940 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: So that is the.

00:26:46.050 --> 00:26:56.010 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: stress that we carry with us that people are not aware of it, so I i'm just so grateful that you're sharing what some of your concerns were.

00:26:56.640 --> 00:27:06.780 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Be we do have to take another break, but when we come back what i'd love for you to do is to talk about your treatment in the hospital and was it different for you as.

00:27:07.920 --> 00:27:22.710 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: A black woman and also tell us a little bit more about what broken heart syndrome is when we come back we're going to address some of those things and see how your life has changed since this experience.

00:27:22.980 --> 00:27:31.410 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: We will be right back with my guest today be baylor on your host Dr Dr tlc, and this is dismantle racism we'll be right back.

00:27:32.910 --> 00:27:33.480 Yes.

00:27:35.250 --> 00:27:37.620 medicals and how it impacts on your life.

00:30:03.030 --> 00:30:14.790 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: We are back with dismantle racism my guest today is be baylor and be before the break you were talking to us about the night that you went to the hospital and.

00:30:15.780 --> 00:30:18.840 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: All the things that were going on in your mind that that.

00:30:19.680 --> 00:30:29.190 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: said don't go to the hospital, including driving yourself to the hospital when you finally made the decision and collapsing there and having to what you know, having.

00:30:29.730 --> 00:30:47.220 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: The empty calls you eventually get to the hospital and you discover that you've had this massive heart attack that could have taken you out of here tell us a little bit about your treatment at the hospital and what you've discovered, since that time.

00:30:51.330 --> 00:30:52.500 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: And unmute yourself.

00:30:55.080 --> 00:31:06.270 Bea Baylor: that's a really good one because I was transferred over to a heart hospital after running several test and they're saying.

00:31:06.780 --> 00:31:22.050 Bea Baylor: We got to get you out of here we're going to make you comfortable and I was like those words don't sound good to me, I was actually transferred over to a major a heart hospital that's how bad it was and from there.

00:31:23.850 --> 00:31:43.860 Bea Baylor: i'm thinking gosh everything was so fast Dr terrell and that I didn't even have time to think that's when the fear set enough and I want you guys, to know that things turned around for me because I had a family member that was a doctor.

00:31:44.910 --> 00:31:49.620 Bea Baylor: And not only was he a doctor, he was affiliated with that facility.

00:31:52.050 --> 00:32:06.630 Bea Baylor: What does that what does that say where, am I going with this, because of him I got top notch treatment, but why does that have to happen that's what I was so afraid of that.

00:32:07.470 --> 00:32:24.390 Bea Baylor: I was not going to get the kind of care of being a woman of color unless I spoke out loud spoke intelligently and asked for what I wanted, I was going to do that anyway, but with the help of a family member who was.

00:32:26.280 --> 00:32:27.270 Bea Baylor: Right of that.

00:32:28.650 --> 00:32:31.470 Bea Baylor: A doctor and you know Chief of Staff they're.

00:32:33.780 --> 00:32:35.130 Bea Baylor: The best care.

00:32:35.280 --> 00:32:43.500 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: So, are you saying that prior to his intervention, and you did not feel that you were being treated.

00:32:43.800 --> 00:32:47.670 Bea Baylor: As oh absolutely I knew that.

00:32:48.990 --> 00:32:58.050 Bea Baylor: The way things were going, you know i'm asking for things i'm asking for pillows i'm asking for all these things can you guys, it was there.

00:32:58.590 --> 00:33:10.980 Bea Baylor: Because I know the system as a nurse, I know what happens in the at the desk and all these things that i'm aware of those procedures were not in place for me.

00:33:11.610 --> 00:33:28.170 Bea Baylor: And it was like Oh, this is not going to be good but days later, right after surgery, there comes in comes to Dr lukens my family that That said, I want her to have the best treatment.

00:33:29.130 --> 00:33:35.850 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: mm hmm and I think that that's another way that we dismantle racism is for people to become aware.

00:33:36.210 --> 00:33:50.370 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Of the disparities that exist with us health wise and the ways in which retreated once we are once we do go to the hospital or to our doctors offices, because we are actually diagnosed at a much later.

00:33:51.720 --> 00:34:00.390 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: rate than folks who are white so, whether it be with heart disease or cancer all of those things are diagnoses come later because.

00:34:01.530 --> 00:34:16.950 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Really implicit bias kicks in sometimes and people think we can handle the pain or no, you know you're fine and we get sort of dismissed so i'm grateful that your experience.

00:34:18.480 --> 00:34:36.690 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: included the family member coming in to take care of you and your needs so tell us a little bit about broken heart syndrome, what did you learn about that that will be helpful for us as women, as people of color in particular.

00:34:38.010 --> 00:35:10.200 Bea Baylor: First and foremost, broken heart syndrome it's a wide range but mostly it's an emotional shock of triggers multiple triggers around the heart and that's the part where we're taught to be strong, so sometimes it's these triggers can cause a sudden death it's also stress around the heart.

00:35:11.220 --> 00:35:18.360 Bea Baylor: Ladies stop it, you have got to get yourself balanced.

00:35:20.160 --> 00:35:21.390 Bea Baylor: get a flow going.

00:35:22.410 --> 00:35:25.530 Bea Baylor: get some healing go when it's in therapy.

00:35:26.580 --> 00:35:32.160 Bea Baylor: Find self love do these things for yourself you're not super woman.

00:35:33.960 --> 00:35:41.280 Bea Baylor: Because broken heart can be reversed, but her heart attack is permanent.

00:35:42.360 --> 00:36:03.690 Bea Baylor: And you end up with a nice little sipper down your chest and unwanted and and that's when you really decide i'm going to do some changing i'm going to do some healing i'm going to do things different a wake up call and I literally have done that something's different.

00:36:04.290 --> 00:36:23.490 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: I, I know that you have but be just before we go to that part just for a point of clarity, are you saying that we can have the broken heart syndrome, which leads to the heart attack, but we can we can avoid that heart attack cover from the broken heart syndrome even.

00:36:24.870 --> 00:36:25.260 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Okay.

00:36:26.220 --> 00:36:28.770 Bea Baylor: recover because she got healed from racism.

00:36:29.100 --> 00:36:32.280 Bea Baylor: We can't stay in that arena.

00:36:33.390 --> 00:36:53.310 Bea Baylor: it's it's been there for years before my mother's mother's mother's father's Father it's been there, but we were impacted no bad last year that it was a wake up call for the younger middle age, the older people were shaking their head like.

00:36:53.970 --> 00:36:54.450 Bea Baylor: we've been.

00:36:55.500 --> 00:37:03.480 Bea Baylor: A week have to heal our hearts from all that we've been doing as people of color.

00:37:04.740 --> 00:37:15.690 Bea Baylor: Women of color and we are begging for other women to reach across the aisle and come get us some level of us.

00:37:16.620 --> 00:37:18.570 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Can you talk a little bit about your healing.

00:37:19.950 --> 00:37:22.230 Bea Baylor: soul healing yes.

00:37:24.330 --> 00:37:44.250 Bea Baylor: I decided that I needed to live a less stressful life nomadic lifestyle do some soul healing some soul therapy mindset really self love balance and I am now have full timer owner of a.

00:37:45.300 --> 00:37:57.690 Bea Baylor: 30 foot fifth wheel rv and I live on my terms, my life centers around be baylor and whoever.

00:37:58.770 --> 00:38:05.370 Bea Baylor: wants to come and be a part of my life we got to check you at the door, because she can't disrupt my.

00:38:07.020 --> 00:38:18.330 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: love it now be because you know I know the backstory for you and your and it's it's great that you are giving people the shortened version of what.

00:38:18.660 --> 00:38:28.830 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: you've done but be it's actually become a nomad basically you're still doing the work that you do in terms of coaching folks and all of that, but.

00:38:29.610 --> 00:38:34.320 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: What I hear you saying in this process is that you set some boundaries.

00:38:35.010 --> 00:38:48.000 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: And you set the boundaries, to decide who can come in and out of your life, you also decided what you were going to say yes to and what you were going to say no to it, it sounds like there's some people that you chose to say no to as well.

00:38:48.480 --> 00:38:58.260 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: But I also hear you saying it and I hope that our listening audience really picks this up and i'm not saying this just because i'm a psychologist but you talked about therapy.

00:38:59.430 --> 00:39:01.980 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: There are wounds that we need to heal.

00:39:03.000 --> 00:39:10.980 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Women of color and I love that you're saying we can heal from the ones of racism, racism is going to be there.

00:39:11.280 --> 00:39:23.010 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Yes, we do what we can to dismantle it, but what are some ways that you think that we can heal ourselves from racism.

00:39:24.330 --> 00:39:25.350 Bea Baylor: acknowledge.

00:39:26.670 --> 00:39:41.220 Bea Baylor: First and foremost surrender and acknowledge that it does exist, but you're not going to partake in it you're demanding respect you're demanding that you get.

00:39:42.060 --> 00:39:55.140 Bea Baylor: Quality diversity call it put it on the table talk about it, can we have a conversation around this, let me educate you let me help you with this.

00:39:55.650 --> 00:40:13.860 Bea Baylor: Because you don't have to be a part of my broken heart by bringing on stress around racism let's clean that up let's heal that because we need to love one another, you need what I need and we both together can give it to each other.

00:40:14.310 --> 00:40:23.430 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: um well what I hear you saying is is is, we all have to be courageous, because we, as people of color have to be able to talk about it even.

00:40:23.820 --> 00:40:35.130 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: When we might be fearful if I talk about this what's going to be the end result of that and also white people have to say, we need to talk about this because that's how the healing happens, but.

00:40:36.030 --> 00:40:42.000 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: The other thing that I hear you saying in terms of the ways in which we can heal ourselves is to be empowered.

00:40:43.230 --> 00:40:49.710 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: to know that we have power and to be courageous in the process as well.

00:40:50.790 --> 00:40:51.450 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Because.

00:40:51.990 --> 00:40:54.060 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: The victims.

00:40:56.490 --> 00:40:58.260 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: say more say more.

00:41:00.360 --> 00:41:05.460 Bea Baylor: There, there is no victims in racism.

00:41:07.140 --> 00:41:18.180 Bea Baylor: you're doing it because you've heard somebody else do it, you don't understand you have a misunderstanding of the word racism.

00:41:19.200 --> 00:41:24.210 Bea Baylor: And it has no power it's been given power.

00:41:25.980 --> 00:41:26.730 Bea Baylor: Other side.

00:41:27.210 --> 00:41:39.750 Bea Baylor: We want to heal we want to get past all that that we want to show other people who we are, how powerful I can be in your life in your business.

00:41:40.080 --> 00:41:46.440 Bea Baylor: What value, I can bring to you as a woman of color the wisdom that I can bring to your life.

00:41:46.860 --> 00:42:00.600 Bea Baylor: If you just let it go and be open, so you yourself don't have to deal with the stress of have a broken heart and heart attack or hypertension and all those things that come with disparities of the health.

00:42:01.140 --> 00:42:02.670 Bea Baylor: Of the body of the mind.

00:42:03.000 --> 00:42:10.890 Bea Baylor: and have it 19 is it gone neither is racism, but we're moving on.

00:42:12.750 --> 00:42:36.720 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Be I think what I really love about what you're saying so as i'm listening to you, it doesn't mean that racism is gone, it is the ways in which we choose to deal with the impact of racism and what I hear you saying is stand up and stand in your power and also there's a there's a mental.

00:42:37.830 --> 00:42:45.510 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: I call it maneuver that we have to do anyway, on a day to day basis, like even saying, if I go to the hospital what's going to happen, or if I.

00:42:45.720 --> 00:42:47.070 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Do this what's going to happen.

00:42:47.430 --> 00:42:47.550 To.

00:42:49.410 --> 00:43:00.660 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: It right, and so we have to choose which one of those battles are we going to fight today or two say you know what that's their problem, not today i'm not going to deal with it, but.

00:43:01.920 --> 00:43:16.590 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: The healing from the deep wounds of racism, like the murder of her black and brown men and women and transgender individuals as well, is that we have to decide.

00:43:17.160 --> 00:43:34.650 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: How we can begin to speak up about those things in a way that's empowering and that reduces the number of folks who go through those experiences so be I do have to take another break, we will be right back to continue this conversation and.

00:43:36.540 --> 00:43:47.760 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: When we return i'd like you to be able to offer some additional advice to our listeners about how we can continue to heal from.

00:43:48.570 --> 00:43:54.180 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: The wounds of racism and then i'd like to at least talk a little bit about before we close.

00:43:54.600 --> 00:44:10.830 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: What has been some of your sacred healing that you've done and and how the sacred helps to balance you through all of this okay we'll be right back with my guest be baylor this is dismantle racism i'm your host the Reverend Dr tlc we'll be right back.

00:46:45.900 --> 00:46:58.950 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: We are back with dismantle racism i'm your host Reverend Dr tlc be baylor I am so excited that you're on your road to recovery and that.

00:46:59.520 --> 00:47:09.300 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: For you, you have done some dramatic things that have changed your life, since your heart attack and your broken heart syndrome.

00:47:10.260 --> 00:47:23.370 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: You before the break we're talking about some things that we could do differently in order to heal ourselves from racism, are there any other things that you would add to the list of things that you've already given to us.

00:47:24.480 --> 00:47:48.810 Bea Baylor: versa, from our slave ladies find a therapist find a counselor a coach and let's bring this trauma this pain this emotion let's put it on the table and let's clean it up get a balanced life look at your cell as a whole person.

00:47:49.830 --> 00:47:54.150 Bea Baylor: and decide, are you going to eat sleep.

00:47:56.310 --> 00:47:59.940 Bea Baylor: Doctors bring in doctors them on board.

00:48:04.620 --> 00:48:20.280 Bea Baylor: All of those things take, I have a secret table I do so healing affirmations daily it's a ritual my time my time for my business starts at 9am.

00:48:21.390 --> 00:48:46.620 Bea Baylor: And before that it is my time to really get present to love on yourself find ways that work for you nomadic lifestyle works for me it doesn't work for everyone, but find those sacred things to heal the heart, I now know that with the new heart and I have a new heart.

00:48:47.760 --> 00:49:01.470 Bea Baylor: that's going to last forever, but now i'm very careful about who get to my heart, or in my space are even who gets the love my heart, I have a face of.

00:49:02.790 --> 00:49:08.070 Bea Baylor: Racism for health disparities I call the shots.

00:49:09.270 --> 00:49:21.210 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: i'm I love it miss be basically the word that keeps coming up for me as you're talking is this word choice because I think we get to choose.

00:49:22.410 --> 00:49:32.040 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: How we're going to respond how we're going to feel I know that's buzz words for some people who will say, well, I can't control my feelings, but actually we get we get to choose.

00:49:33.000 --> 00:49:38.550 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: day to day it's not easy but we get to choose how we will allow other people to.

00:49:39.150 --> 00:49:51.900 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Impact us, and even in those moments, where we experienced the grief the pain, the hurt and all of those things we still can choose moment by moment by moment how we will take.

00:49:52.410 --> 00:50:07.890 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: The next step and how we will continue to breathe through the process now be you have mentioned this soul healing and you've mentioned sacred several times, and I know that you're.

00:50:08.970 --> 00:50:13.050 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: becoming a nomad basically you're not you're not.

00:50:14.100 --> 00:50:21.360 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: A fully a nomad but but you're making that decision to say i'm going to give up where i'm currently living and i'm going to.

00:50:21.810 --> 00:50:32.400 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Just buy an rv and i'm going to just live, you know the way I want to That was something that you heard from a soul level so talk to me about your sacred.

00:50:32.670 --> 00:50:43.080 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: relationship and how it helped you, with your healing and guides you through this process of understanding that you can heal yourself from racism.

00:50:44.730 --> 00:50:58.680 Bea Baylor: But you know what Dr carolyn I wasn't in touch with my heart until after all of that experience of being in the hospital and I sit for days healing.

00:50:59.280 --> 00:51:14.760 Bea Baylor: But I got this Epiphany that i'm gonna have to live God said I need you to go live nomadic I have to look up the word like really I need to make provisions got make provisions to purchase this.

00:51:15.330 --> 00:51:25.140 Bea Baylor: This huge you know being on wheels like wow what am I going to do, and the, why was that I was in touch with my heart.

00:51:26.310 --> 00:51:42.600 Bea Baylor: And I I can hear the words of blessing will be stowed upon you, and there's much work for you to do there is killing that you're going to be able to do a month women of color.

00:51:43.740 --> 00:51:44.340 and

00:51:45.690 --> 00:51:55.650 Bea Baylor: wow i'm doing that I have a nonprofit called loving you more foundation that called the funding um it's it's for broken heart syndrome.

00:51:55.980 --> 00:51:58.710 Bea Baylor: How could I be a part of this how.

00:52:00.630 --> 00:52:15.030 Bea Baylor: In Dallas Texas, how can I be a part of this and affiliated with an organization that's one to educate and make other people aware of broken heart syndrome it's a black organization.

00:52:15.390 --> 00:52:16.410 Bea Baylor: that's going to go out and.

00:52:16.410 --> 00:52:21.900 Bea Baylor: Tell the world about it but obedience what's, the key word of so feeling.

00:52:23.550 --> 00:52:34.080 Bea Baylor: When I say that I got to sit with a vengeance, in order to heal the soul of your mind and body, you have to be obedient and render.

00:52:35.730 --> 00:52:41.880 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Now, when you say obedient and surrender obedient to what to your body to spirit what.

00:52:42.210 --> 00:52:44.880 Bea Baylor: To the heart the soul.

00:52:45.990 --> 00:53:03.810 Bea Baylor: The healing of the heart or anything that has to do with around the heart emotions and we were unpacking racism dismantling racism you can't take on all of that, so it is you know really looking at surrendering.

00:53:06.870 --> 00:53:07.440 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: will be.

00:53:08.250 --> 00:53:17.790 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: You know, one of the things that you said was that you weren't in tune with your heart, and I think it's critical to to let folks know that.

00:53:18.750 --> 00:53:30.150 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: You have a deep relationship with your sacred source and so, even despite having this relationship with your sacred source, you were not being in tune.

00:53:30.450 --> 00:53:42.930 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: With what source was probably tapping on you before that saying do, and so I want folks to understand that, just because we have a relationship with the sacred doesn't mean that we're always listening.

00:53:43.050 --> 00:53:54.060 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: or viewing it as soon as you use that that word and so there's a lot that you have said in these last few minutes that I want to invite our audience.

00:53:55.200 --> 00:54:02.010 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: To really think about their relationship with the sacred and the divine wisdom that it's already inside of year.

00:54:02.670 --> 00:54:04.440 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: That speaks to us.

00:54:06.150 --> 00:54:14.790 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: yeah gives us warnings about what's happening, and so I want to invite us to be in touch with that, but to also do what you're saying be.

00:54:16.110 --> 00:54:25.230 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Is that when we've gone through these experiences to also be in this place of listening to our bodies.

00:54:25.500 --> 00:54:26.190 Bea Baylor: Listening to.

00:54:26.250 --> 00:54:38.550 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: divine wisdom, the heart and divine wisdom they're all wrapped up in there together, so I am so grateful for you today be Thank you so much for being on the show, thank you for.

00:54:39.600 --> 00:54:41.520 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: All of the powerful powerful.

00:54:41.520 --> 00:54:42.570 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: information.

00:54:42.810 --> 00:54:52.200 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: That you've given us listening audience, I want to just ask me how can folks get in touch with you, if they want to know more about you.

00:54:55.350 --> 00:54:57.240 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: And I believe here be.

00:54:58.320 --> 00:55:05.100 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: seemed like it might be frozen over there, on the other side, but I do want to invite our.

00:55:05.160 --> 00:55:05.880 audience.

00:55:07.710 --> 00:55:08.220 Bea Baylor: one.

00:55:09.990 --> 00:55:17.820 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Be I think you're coming in a little bit distorted right now, but if folks want to know more about the deal.

00:55:18.420 --> 00:55:19.200 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Are you there.

00:55:19.740 --> 00:55:23.100 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Okay okay here, how can folks get in touch with you be.

00:55:23.910 --> 00:55:49.650 Bea Baylor: Go to social media be baylor.com look at my website reach out to me if you want to have a conversation around broken heart syndrome I would love to have a conversation so healing sacred heart healing reach out to me, ladies of just to have a candid conversation.

00:55:50.100 --> 00:55:51.510 Bea Baylor: about where I was.

00:55:51.570 --> 00:55:52.830 Bea Baylor: And where I am now.

00:55:53.460 --> 00:56:01.200 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: Thank you, thank you so much, be so we are going to have to end today, but I do want to invite you, if you want to know more.

00:56:01.590 --> 00:56:11.610 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: about the work that I do around dismantling racism because there's so many things that came out today that I think we need to be aware of, please visit sacred intelligence.com.

00:56:12.030 --> 00:56:32.550 Rev. Dr. Terrlyn Curry Avery: I do invite you to stay tuned for the conscious consultant hour with Sam liebowitz so that you can learn how to walk through life with the greatest ease and joy until next time be well be encouraged and be blessed i'll see you next time on dismantle racism, with the Reverend Dr T llc.

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