“Connection is the experience of oneness. It’s having shared experiences, relatable feelings, or similar ideas. It is the feeling of belonging to something greater than oneself.”

We are back with part two of our conversation on connection. Life, parenthood, schooling, career, marriage, can make it hard to keep the sense of connection between body, mind, and spirit.  Life becomes a series of check marks.  

The loss of connection makes it harder to hear your inner voice, to feel your purpose, to be open to the possibilities of the universe.

Arched stones connecting two larger stones

We talk about our struggles finding and maintaining connection both with our inner voice and with the outer world.  

Music, art, shared experiences, and so much more can help us keep our connections, and were especially necessary during the pandemic. We walk through all the ways in which we found those moments during this challenging season, and in the time before. 

Join us as we dive back in and discuss connections.  Head over to our socials to tell us how you maintain your personal, professional, and spiritual connections. 


  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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