Still small voices
Sobriety, radical welcome, and the healing power of being witnessed—plus an invitation to a new creative & soul care experience
Have you been in the practice of noticing?
Last week I shared about June being for noticing, for paying attention, for capturing small moments of insight and perspective.
This is one of the practices that slows us down and awakens us to the present moment.
It’s also one of the ways we can discern what’s most alive for us in any given season, giving us direction and insight into the life wanting to be lived through us.
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I’ve been calling these observations “still small voices” because that’s what they often sound like—whispers, nudges, and hunches. They’re subtle, but if we listen, they form us from the inside out.
Over the past week, I’ve noticed a some things that are forming me. I’m sharing them here as a practice of being witnessed, and as an invitation for you to take a few moments to capture the still small voices forming for you.
Talking about alcohol consumption can be tricky so this is a bit of a content warning if you’re in a sensitive place related to this. Feel free to skip to the next section.
I’ve been dancing with my relationship to alcohol for many months now. I recently shared on Instagram that I’ve shifted from being “sober curious” to “sober.”
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