*Being that Sacred Space is a shared Health/Wellness workspace, the views reflected in this blog by individuals who are working in the Sacred Space are not necessarily shared by the owners of the studio.
Many of you know I went to Cambodia and Thailand in January with the Young Living Foundation to witness the work of Hope for Justice who works to restore victims of human trafficking there. Many of you may know what a wonderful opportunity this was for me since I worked to help stop trafficking in this part of the world over 10 years ago. It was a great privilege to see the progress that has been made in Cambodia in rehabilitating these young victims of such a heinous crime
What if your mind was like a computer … If your mind was like a computer your conscious mind would best represent the keyboard and monitor with data to be inputted on the keyboard and results thrown up on the monitor. In this analogy, your subconscious would be like the RAM in your computer. For those who are not in the know with computers, RAM Random Access Memory is where programs and data that are currently in use are kept so they can easily be reached quickly by the compu
I shared this guided meditation this week in my "Finding Your Joy" Series class. I created it based on a memory I cherish from a long time ago. I pray this blesses you today in some way. Namaste, Leah As I ran down the red dirt road during the warm West Texas Autumn, I was able to slowly take in my surroundings from my comfortable 9-minute a mile pace. I noticed how the sun began to become lower in the horizon which cast a new color over everything. The dominant colors of
Join us tomorrow 2:30- 5pm for the EMBODY LOVE WORKSHOP™, a 2.5 hour transformational workshop for women ages 19 years and older that takes participants on a journey toward self-acceptance and ownership over their purpose. The goal of which is for women to set new intentions about how they feel, think, and speak to themselves and others. Participants are offered the opportunity to engage in process explorations regarding their internalized beliefs about beauty and self-worth.
I grew up in Texas. granted our beaches are not as beautiful as other states; water and sun amounts for a bunch of fun for a youth. When I was a kid, we’d always head to Galveston Texas in the summer. It was exciting! The second our station wagon pulled in, we’d rush off to find friends from summers past or new ones, and then we’d go to the beach. And for a few years one of the first things we’d do was build a sandcastle. No, not the kind you make by flipping over one of thos