Qigong Global Summit 2020

Free Online EventQigong Global SummitSeptember 22-25, 2020 You’ll get access to over 20 of the foremost teachers in the field — including Master Mantak Chia, Daisy Lee, Damo Mitchell, Lee Holden, Dr. Roger Jahnke, Master Mingtong Gu, and many...

Kundalini and the Brain Waves of Enlightenment

Saturday, 26 September 2020 - 1:00 PM EST Judith Pennington and John Dupuy are offering a free live webinar: Kundalini and the Brain Waves of Enlightenment Topics include: Just what is kundalini?How to identify the signs of a kundalini experienceHow to prepare...

Happy World Meditation Day 2020!

Happy World Meditation Day 2020!   This year, World Meditation Day is being observed on Thursday 21 May. However you practice... I hope you are enjoying this day!

The Art Of Mindfulness | Why Mindfulness Matters & How To Practice It

Excerpted from John Parrott's terrific guide on mindfulness over on his blog at https://relaxlikeaboss.com/the-art-of-mindfulness/ - be sure to check out the full guide there!   Mindfulness has become a bit of a buzzword over the last few years. In this guide,...

Leaving the Burden of Guilt Behind

Sometimes even after letting go of our mistakes we still feel guilt. Feelings of guilt are distressing and draining. What can be done about it now? Get over your guilt with these strategies: Determine if you should feel guilty. Whose standards are you using? Your...

What does it mean to hold space?

“Holding space” is a concept that has achieved near-mainstream status – but what does it really mean? I think this article and video from Uplift Connect do a good job of putting the concept into everyday terms. (See some of their tips below the video.)

Here’s the bare list of tips they offer – visit the article to see the full text for each.


8 Tips to Help You Hold Space for Others

1. Give people permission to trust their own intuition and wisdom.

2. Give people only as much information as they can handle.

3. Don’t take their power away.

4. Keep your own ego out of it.

5. Make them feel safe enough to fail.

6. Give guidance and help with humility and thoughtfulness.

7. Create a container for complex emotions, fear, trauma, etc.

8. Allow them to make different decisions and to have different experiences than you would.


Read the full article by Heather Plett at http://upliftconnect.com/hold-space/.

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