So here’s the thing…
We might do Instagram-perfect yoga. We might meditate for at least an hour a day.
We might pray. Say mantras. Do mudras. Send love to the world.
We might have a hoard of crystals and other spiritual trinkets.
We might do elaborate daily rituals, eat a whole food cruelty-free diet, and fast every month.
We might burn incense, smile all day, say affirmations, and say “love and light” or “Namaste” a lot.
We might call ourselves spiritual seekers, healers, empaths, intuitives, old souls, or yogis.
But in my humble opinion, all of this doesn’t mean shit if we can’t show compassion and be there for others.
In this article I cover:
– The hypocrisy of ‘Saccharine Spirituality’
– What does holding space mean?
– How to hold space for people
Spirituality is not just about learning to love ourselves. It is also about learning to extend that love and care to others and hold space for them. Click the link below to read more…