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What You Need To Know And Remember

I

This website is designed to serve as an enrichening space in which we can practice sharpening and honing our skills as Joyful Creators as we journey forward on our own unique and individual Eightfold Paths.


II

This space is here to hold both you and me accountable for doing the work that is needed in order to move closer toward our highest self expressions, missions, and goals each day.


III

There is no points system here other than the one that you create for yourself, so please be sure to create something good if you create a points system at all.


IV

My main suggestion is that you simply enjoy the journey since it is a “reward” in and of itself.


What You Will Need In Order To Participate

  • Willingness to do the work
  • A quiet, distraction-free, space in which to practice
  • A meditation cushion or a comfy place to sit and reflect (if you participate in our meditation practice)
  • Yoga equipment: mat (or comfortable rug), 1 or more towel(s) or blanket(s), yoga blocks and resistance bands, comfortable movement inducting clothing, plus any other tools of your choice (if you participate in our physical practice/classes)
  • A journal and/or sketchbook (optional but highly recommended)
  • Non-judgment of yourself (and others if you participate in our classes, discussions, or group activities)


How To Participate

Each week, we will start our practice by focusing on one topic in the following ways:

Step 1: Topic Announcement

Each week, a topic/focus is announced. You will review the topic and read through the accompanying post to become familiar with the week’s prompt/assignment.

Step 2: Topic Meditation And Practice

On your own throughout the week, you will take some time to meditate on, and to practice, the prompt/reflection question presented in our topic/announcement post. You can then check in periodically for any additional nudges of inspiration that are shared throughout the week in order to keep you on task. You are also highly encouraged to participate in any accompanying classes, meetings, or meditations that surround our topic/practice for the week.

Step 3: Topic Reflection

Our week will conclude with a story or discussion (posted on the What Are You Creating Today? podcast). On reflection day, we will take some time to sit with and savor our insights/learnings before transitioning to the new topic that will be announced for the upcoming week.


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