“Spiritual activism is centered in internal awareness. It is inner-directed and other-focused, asking, ‘What is the wisest way for me to elevate this situation for the benefit of all?’

. . . . It relies on stillness, quiet, and self-reflection before taking action.

In moments of stillness and quiet you might be called to action, but this is not the same as reacting to a situation because it upsets you.”

Gail Parker, from Restorative Yoga for Ethnic and Race-Based Stress
and Trauma


RISE: February 24-26, 2021

“Miracles arise from a mind that is ready for them. By being united this mind goes out to everyone, even without the awareness of the miracle worker himself. The impersonal nature of miracles is because the Atonement itself is one, uniting all creations with their Creator.” A Course in Miracles “As an expression of what…

BE GENEROUS: February 23, 2021

“A gift is something for nothing,” Braiding Sweetgrass teaches us, just like the sun, just like light, just like miracles, just like snow. Robin Wall Kimmerer, from Braiding Sweetgrass “That is the fundamental nature of gifts: they move, and their value increases with their passage. . . . The more something is shared, the greater…

BE PRESENT: February 22, 2021

In Braiding Sweetgrass, Robin Wall Kimmerer says “[a] gift comes to you through no action of your own, free, having moved toward you without your beckoning. It is not a reward; you cannot earn it, or call it to you, or even deserve it. And yet it appears. Your only role is to be open-eyed…

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