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Fresh "Lev" White

Fresh “Lev” White is a love and compassion activist. He offers mindfulness, coaching, mediation, and diversity trainings as tools for shifting towards more authentic, conscious, and passionate living, working with individuals, households, and professional teams.

As a certified professional co-active coach (CPCC), and professional trainer, Lev has offered over 250 diversity trainings in the San Francisco Bay Area and Beyond. Lev earned their coaching and leadership certifications through the Co-Active Training Institute. He is mindfully and lovingly grounded at the East Bay Meditation Center, in Oakland, CA, and a grateful graduate of Spirit Rock’s Community Dharma Leadership (CDL) and Dedicated Practitioner (DPP) programs. Lev is also trained in Mindful Self-Compassion as offered by the Center for Mindful Self Compassion founded by Kristin Neff and Chris Germer.

Lev offers secular mindfulness and non-secular meditation, talks on empathy, compassion. He encourages team building through his workshops which include "Dismantling Microaggressions", "Compassion in the Workplace", "White Allyship 101", and "Trans, Gender Expansive, and LGBQIA+ Ally Awarness" in both corporate, spiritual, and private settings. He also offers grief circles, and mediation for groups of up to 10.

Lev credits his ability to reach diverse audiences to his years growing up in and around various communities in New York. Lev uses he and they pronouns, and resides on Huchiun Territory, the land of the Ohlone People. Learn more about them on LinkedIn: “Fresh “Lev” White

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Featured Talk
October 29, 2021 - Gratitude: Opening to presence

Gratitude allows us to shift towards being love, and being compassion, in a world that challenges us to be otherwise. It opens us to the space between all the voices that tell us we’re not enough, that we’re not worthy. This human experience—it’s complicated! And yet here we are with the trees, the flowers, the birds, the bees, and the seas, the mountains; the butterflies that don’t let anything get in the way of their desire to live—to thrive, even. Gratitude can help lift us from the false idea of scarcity, the not-enoughness inside or outside of us. We attain the wise view that this too shall pass when we are struggling, and we embrace each moment more fully.


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