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We were made for these times: touching our true home in the here and now

With Kaira Jewel Lingo recorded on June 18, 2017.

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In this class, we come home to ourselves to access our strength, wisdom, courage and joy, so needed for us to meet these difficult times with freedom and clarity. We explore ways to stay engaged without burning out and how we can pause regularly to make sure our action is coming from a place of self-reflection and insight.

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