We begin a new theme today – zeroing in on how your root system impacts all of your life. The more you know who you are, the better your root system functions. As you grow more grounded, your relationships expand and deepen. Reflect on the people who mean the most to you. When you pay attention to what matters, you’re free to notice the needs of others. Isn’t it wonderful that when you care for yourself, you can better care for others? May this podcast spur you on to freshen up your relationships.
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We are Faith and Lois, and we tackle just about anything from the perspective of where you come from to where you are going. Using our experiences, a bit of humor and our unique way of understanding life, we are here as you deal with challenges or rejoice over your latest accomplishments.
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As you consider renovation, what better place to explore its impact than in your spirituality? Today we tap into five ways to bring your spirituality to life. Begin by examining your intentions. Follow that up by forgiving yourself. Maybe it’s time to let something or someone go. Appreciate what is holy in your life. And finally, embrace the unknown.We hope this offers you a few ways to experience renewal in your spiritual practice.
When you renovate your body, you bring it to a better state. And in today’s podcast, we dive in with four steps to restore or revive your body. First, notice the habits that make your life possible. Then consider the things you do to make your life easier. Are your habits giving you life? Keep it up. Are they destructive? Replace them with something better. You are worth it.
Renovation – our new theme for the next four weeks. How does it show up in your relationships, your body, your spirituality and your craft? In this podcast we are tapping into three ways to restore and revive your relationships. You begin by looking at what is going well, and what is off course. How do you build a bridge in your relationships, or create stronger boundaries? And we consider what it means to foster new and healthy relationships with the most important people in your life. Use this opportunity to reset your mind, soul and habits.
When you bring wisdom to your craft, you’ll find improvement in so many areas! In our podcast, we consider how your strengths impact what you do every day. Your level of focus improves how you get your job done. Emotional regulation allows you to work through challenging situations. Your authenticity shows up when people know where you stand. And you are able to problem solve as you strive to understand different points of view. You’ll find how much your wisdom increases when you are aligned with your strengths. Enjoy!
When you think of someone who’s wise, spirituality often follows. So we wonder, how do the two show up for you? In our podcast, we explore a variety of spiritual traditions and their teachings. We begin with Judeo-Christian biblical teachings from the old and new testaments. Then we move to a few instructions from Tibetan Buddhist sages who address fundamental wisdom questions. And we wrap up our podcast exploring a number of 12 step sayings on how to be reminded of your personal value. What would it look like to apply these ideas into your everyday life?
Using wisdom in your body means you embrace what you need most. In our podcast, we consider how to connect with your body. When you choose to move, you’re making decisions to pivot or shift. You explore how you feel – and do more of what helps you and less of what hurts. With wisdom, you incorporate reason and emotion. And you consider what you are learning as you choose to continue or stop. How does wisdom show up in your body?
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