Sacred Circle: healing resources for the new year

January 6, 2017

Welcome to the Sacred Circle.

Each week, I share some of the most potent self-care practices and resources from my practice and around the web. These are the self-care tips and resources that I believe in, that I use in my own life. I hope they inspire you, wake you up, and fill you with a sense of well-being.

Do you have a favorite self-care resource? Zip me a tweet! (and use the hashtag #SacredCircle to tell me about it.)

Sacred Circle: healing resources for the new year, plus get a free meditation toolkit inside! >> www.christytending.com

New from Me:

All-new, super-fab goodies for the new year! Including…

A revamped and ultra-awesome-ized Lovingkindness Mini-Toolkit, which is totally free.

All-new live workshops – save your seat and join me over here!

New interviews inside the Collective Care interview series

Plus some new blogs, like this one, this one, and this one!

And I’m hanging out on Instagram a whole lot more these days. Follow along!

The Lovingkindness Toolkit: because meditation can feel kind, compassionate and revolutionary. Download the free mini-toolkit to begin your practice today! >> www.christytending.com

What I’m reading/listening to/watching/loving

This article | This song | This workshop

Using this deck, which I received from my sister for Christmas. Totally gorgeous.

This notebook, which I picked up on a recent road trip, and these pens, plus this candle are all making their home in my studio these days.

This workbook is genius and illuminating. Completing it at the turn of the year has become a ritual and always leads to brilliant insight and big shifts for me.

Emily McDowell’s sassy pins – for everyday bravery

On holding out as a spiritual act.

Guiding Words:

The Gift

Be still, my soul, and steadfast.
Earth and heaven both are still watching
though time is draining from the clock
and your walk, that was confident and quick,
has become slow.

So, be slow if you must, but let
the heart still play its true part.
Love still as once you loved, deeply
and without patience. Let God and the world
know you are grateful.
That the gift has been given.

~ Mary Oliver

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