In this Flow, you’ll learn about the deeply personal nature of the divine. We’ll explore some of the timeless, inspirational teachings and texts of saints and poets, including Mary Oliver, St. Teresa of Avila, John of the Cross, Saints Brigid and Hildegard de Bingen, and Saint Julian of Norwich. When Julian was gravely ill and in excruciating pain, during the bubonic plague, she heard these words in her mind, spoken to her by Christ: “All shall be well and all shall be well, and all manner of thing shall be well,” Julian’s words provide a balm for our challenging times.
In the Sacred Flow, you’ll explore meditating, which is an important practice to increase your intuitive muscle. Meditation teaches you there is an observer in your mind, a witness who watches your thoughts coming up, and this creates a sense of separation.
You are not your thoughts.
“I have felt completely broken-hearted and stuck, seeing my life slip and feeling like nothing was getting through to me. Heidi did. I feel lighter – I went on a walk with my dog this morning like I usually do, except the whole time I worked on loving kindness meditations and started to envision the life I want for myself, especially as it pertains to who I want to become, someone I want to partner with, the family I want to create, and the work I want to do.”