What color is your space right now? That’s the thought-provoking, self-inquiry inspiring question Alisha asked me yesterday. She sent it …
Radical Self-Expression work is environmental work.
All of us, as sentient beings,
understand ourselves within the context
of the environments we live in.
Who we talk to each day,
What we do with our waking hours
What thoughts and ideas are introduced into our brains most often…
All of those things are what influence our choices,
our actions, our view of ourselves and the world.
Radical Self-Expression work is environmental work because environment dictates outcome.
Who are the top five influencers in your life right now? I’m not talking about famous inspiration icons either. …
Stillness is sometimes the best response to something that feels like a disappointment. Case in point…True story. Happened today. Totally …
If you join us, you’ll have a chance to share your spiritual goal and explore some options for what activities you want to use (because I’ll be giving you several examples) to help you explore your own spirituality and create some practices to support your spiritual growth.
Each day for the 20 days, I’ll post a video or an audio lecture inside my Simple Spirituality course, which is already live and poppin’ on Udemy. The course is already filled with activities and prompts for simple ways to explore your spirituality. You can pick from over 30 lectures of options, and you can also bring your own spiritual practices to the table as options for you. It’s all about whatever God has placed within you to explore, express, or reclaim.
We’ve got to decide that our spirituality, our connection to God-Self, is worth working on in proactive, intentional, consistent ways. I wrote a book about what that practice looks like for me, and I’m publishing it this Spring. But before I release the book, I wanted to offer the information in ways that allowed for guided exploration and plenty of space for your own intuition. If you crave spiritual confidence, and want some ideas for expanding your current arsenal of spiritual strengtheners, you’ll find the rituals and ideas in this course incredibly useful.
God, for me, is both personal and simple. Simple spirituality is what I craved for years, and I craved that …
I write in order to access myself, and to understand myself. I always have. When I write, my innate voice gets to quell the noise and speak to and through me. It’s so freakin’ dope to have this skill and this desire to use written word as my key to…all of it. Writing is freedom. No doubt, writing is more than what I do, it is how I do, and how I be.
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