Posts tagged wellness
Cristin Smith

I live for creating spaces that provoke depth--spiritually and emotionally--and inspire transformation.

I believe that the braver route is to spend some quality time with ourselves. We need to get in touch with who we really are and what we really want--not simply a Christmas list of things that can be bought, but the things that are going to truly satisfy our souls. We need to spend time with those uncomfortable thoughts and emotions that we keep locked away; let them emerge without judgment or fear. When I reflect on Ghandi’s wisdom, “Be the change you want to see in the world” I’m reminded that we cannot create or manifest something outside of ourselves that we don’t first internally possess. We must learn how to be gentle and kind to ourselves so we can then offer that same kindness and graciousness to our neighbor. We must journey inward in order to see change reflected outward.

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Tory Dube

Finding the power to be happy, healthy and wildly abundant

We all have our daily battles that encourage us to play smaller, love less, build walls so we can be safe. I wrestle with the same stuff— whether it’s self-imposed, or people I love dearly just flat out not supporting or understanding me. I know it’s easy to get stuck in the muck— the ‘why am I fed, loved, and safe when other people, just like me, are fighting for their lives around the world?’ muck— but living in fear and shame will never move those mountains. The more I toss my love like birdseed, the more love there is in the world. The more you toss your love and authentic message out into the world, the more love there is.


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