Sacred Circle: antidotes to pain for sensitive souls

December 3, 2016

Each week, I round up some of my favorite self-care resources from around the web. Ideas for healing, joy, justice, and well-being. These are the self-care tips and resources that I believe in, that I use in my own life. I hope they serve you.

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Recently from me:

The Collective Care interview series is here!

Collective Care is a written interview series with people who are changing the world. These are folks who work in either creative, healing, or activist work – and probably some combination. Most of all, these are people who are dedicated to a more compassionate world. It’s about building community, summoning courage, and recognizing our interdependence.

I hope you love it.

You are not disposable: self-care in the midst of oppression

Self-Care for Highly Sensitive People

Podcast Interview with Just Stay Curious: on self-care, being highly sensitive, and setting boundaries

What I’m reading:

Super-inspiring >> The town that legalized civil disobedience when fracking arrived

Passion for work as an antidote to pain – from Mary Oliver

Self-Care in the real world – from Susannah Conway

With the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu: Forgiveness is a sign of real strength

from Autostraddle: What we mean when we say “femme” – as someone who self-identifies as femme, I enjoyed this one.

“It’s based on the energy you put into the world, the connection you make with people and the care you have for them. It’s allowing a particular kind of tenderness to be part of your identity.”

(Well, listening to) this beautiful interview with my friend, Grace, on one of my favorite podcasts: Create Your Magical Life Podcast with Alana Sheeran

Freaking beautiful stuff: 8 Steps Toward Building Indispensability (Instead of Disposability) Culture

Resources if you want to help the Standing Rock Sioux and #NoDAPL:

Seven Lakota values

If you’re thinking about going to Standing Rock

#StandingRockSyllabus

Alert! Now through the end of 2016, 10% of all sales from my shop go toward supporting the water protectors at Standing Rock. Browse the shop here!

“A revolution that is based on the people exercising their creativity in the midst of devastation is one of the great historical contributions of humankind.” – Grace Lee Boggs >> www.christytending.com

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