It is impossible to define precisely what the soul is, [but] we know intuitively that soul has to do with genuineness and depth, as when we say certain music has soul or a remarkable person is soulful. When you look closely at the image of soulfulness, you see that it is tied to life in all its particulars – good food, satisfying conversation, genuine friends and experiences that stay in the memory and touch the heart. Soul is revealed in attachment, love, and community, as well as in retreat on behalf of inner communing and intimacy.
He then adds this quote from the Roman philosopher Epicurus:
It is never too early or late to care for the well-being of the soul.
This is what I can promise for those of you considering my upcoming weekly SOUL CALL. We will reveal our souls. And we will care for them.
We will also reveal what we are doing in our lives that is not in alignment with our souls and how we are denying them their deepest desires. And then, by gently looking at the divide between the two – little by little and occasionally in great leaps – we will close the gap.
If you don’t know what I’m talking about, then this call is probably not for you.
But if you are feeling called to grow…
If you’re feeling stuck…
If you’re not getting the support you need to take your life where you want it to go…
Or, if you’ve heard yourself say, “I’ve got to make a change,”
Consider that the SOUL CALL may be for you. For we not only need good intentions to make lasting change. We not only need good plans. We also need community.
RSVP now for a FREE introductory SOUL CALL:
April 10, 7:00 p.m. (PST) or April 15, 1:00 p.m. (PST)