Category: Transcendent Connectedness

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Where would You have me go?

I recently posted about this mantra/prayer/saying on Instagram and it was so well-received that I decided to make it a blog post as well! This idea from A Course in Miracles is one of my favorite sayings/mantras/prayers ✨ Everything seems less anxiety-inducing and more peaceful ...
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Christmas Changes for None(s)

Please note: I recognize there are several religious holidays celebrated at this time of year (and throughout the year), and I similarly recognize Religious Nones come from a variety of religious backgrounds. However, I have chosen to focus this post solely on the Christmas holiday ...
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Miracles in the Mundane: How Cleaning Your Bathroom Can Be a Spiritual Experience

This morning, as I was cleaning the bathroom, I was reminded that cultivating our spiritual health does not always require spiritually-dedicated activities like prayer or meditation, nor extraordinary experiences like going on a pilgrimage or attending a week-long silent retreat. Rather, with awareness and a ...
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Connectedness Evaluation Table

Connectedness Evaluation

My favorite season is upon us! Leaves are preparing for their colorful flight, pumpkin spice lattes are in high demand, and there is a crispness to the air that invigorates my spirit and warms my heart. Not only does autumn bring a multitude of holidays—especially ...
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Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. - Melody Beattie

Gratitude

Life can be busy, and from my experience, this busyness can sometimes lead us off track, especially with regard to spirituality. Perhaps we stop meditating regularly, forget the daily spiritual text we normally read, or neglect to take conscious breaths. Suddenly we find ourselves being ...
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Appreciate the beauty in the cracks. -Brené Brown

Relinquishing Perfectionism

I am a recovering perfectionist. I quit “cold turkey” a few years ago, and it was one of the best choices I have ever made! As a general rule, I feel much lighter and more peaceful now. However, I still slip up occasionally. Some of ...
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