“When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.” -John Muir

This week we kick off part one of our two part conversation on connection. Our connection to mind, body and spirit guides us.  As humans we need to feel a sense of connection to something, whether it is a larger universe, God, the Earth, other people or something unique. This need relates to belonging, soul, spirit, self worth, doubt, fear, love, kindness. We find connection in grounding, prayer, meditation, group activities, friendship, and relationships.

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We also take a look at how the pandemic created space to stop and recognize our need for true connection, rather than the incidental connections in the normal world.  The pandemic created a space for many to stop and turn inward.  

Rielly and Tovah look at how they also looked outward for the connection. This worldwide pandemic brought out a sense of community and empathy and a sense of oneness. 

Join us for this part one and connect with us with your thoughts on how you forge a true connection with yourself and the world.


  1. Grab your journal!
  2. Make a list of 3 ways you like to connect: meditation, grounding, prayer, talks with friends
  3. Calendar time every week for the next month to incorporate connection for yourself
  4. Connect with your accountability partner and let them know your plan – hold each other to your plans to connect each week

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