Just like a spicy cup of Chai, Shakti is a full experience. Sitting down for tea goes beyond consuming a beverage. It is a ritual, filled with smell, taste, the comfort of a warm cup at your finger tips. It is comforting, and often involves the company of loved ones. An invitation for tea is an invitation to connect, reminisce, laugh, share and be in the company of community.
When we invite you into our Shareware (free community offerings) ~ we are doing just that: inviting you to connect with us, experience the essence of Shakti, join with community and share your unique essence with us. Our invitation is for you to join us by participating in or hosting a:
~ Free Community Gratitude Circle ~ 2 Hours
“In the context of sufficiency, appreciation becomes a powerful practice of creating new value in our deliberate attention to the value of what we already have.” –Lynne Twist
In a world so often focused on scarcity and the pursuit of more, the practice of gratitude reminds us that we are, have, and do enough – More than enough!
Although simple, gratitude has the power to fundamentally alter how we approach and experience life. It also has the power to forge connections, create momentum for action and serves as the thread that weaves people and communities together.
During these workshops you will: learn about cutting research on the impacts of gratitude, experience gratitude practices and build community.
*G-Circles are available all over all the time. Check our Events Calendar here for an upcoming circle in your area or contact Christina at firstname.lastname@example.org to host one!
~ Free Simple Self-care Workshop ~ 1 Hour
In a world focused on the continual expectation of achievement, self care can be a transformative practice, a remedy which reminds us: caring for ourselves is caring for all of Life.
Guided by honesty, intuition, delight and the longing that speaks to each of us in a different voice, radical self care plugs us back into ourselves, one another and is, ultimately, the difference between sustainability and burn-out.