"There is a beautiful truth deep within you. It has been your truth since before time began and will remain your truth through eternity."
Do you know what this truth is?
I had the privilege of exploring this truth with a dear friend, a wise spiritual guide, Kenny Brixey, while talking about his new book Discovering the Divine Within.
Discovering the Divine Within is an inspiring and informative resource for anyone on a spiritual path, anyone who wishes to deepen their connection with the Sacred as they understand it. Inter-spiritual in scope and flavor, Kenny presents essays, guided meditations and affirmations for stepping into the truth of your being—the Love that you are by birthright and destiny.
(The interview is 25 min.)
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About Kenny Brixey
Kenny Brixey is the Spiritual Director for Divine Connection-Center for Spiritual Awareness; a New Thought community in Van Alstyne, Texas. He is an author, an experiential speaker and creator/host of "Life's Tool Box" radio show on Empower Radio. He also serves as a coach and facilitator for individuals, couples and organizations that desire to reach their full potential by realizing their own infinite greatness.
You can learn more about Kenny at his website:
Discovering the Divine Within can be purchased through Amazon or Create Space.
It may seem countercultural to "take it slow," but when we find ourselves overwhelmed and stressed by the pace of life, it may the perfect remedy for what ails us.
Slowing down is the most self-compassionate thing. Though it is something I have often struggled with as someone who, by nature and upbringing, is a "worker bee" (as my husband likes to call me). I can push through and get things done with the best of them, but doing so does not always honor my inner rhythm (nor my health) which likes a steady, more consistent pace of life. Moving too quickly has often resulted in low-level anxiety, and, on rare occasions, panic. You?
I have to remind myself again and again to slow down, to take it easy, to take my time. To not press on or strain myself to get tasks accomplished. I've resisted this, yet, over the years, I've finally surrendered to the compassionate wisdom of taking it slow. And I've experienced healing and improved health as a result.
I hope you will enjoy this short recording/reflection I made about why this mindset/lifestyle is important, how it might enhance your health and well-being, and how you can actually begin the process of slowing down. (And still get the job done!)
Listen here: (4.5 min.)
"Taking It Slow" is one of the 52 practices for deep calm which are featured in my book, Portable Peace: A Weekly Guidebook.
There is nothing more self-compassionate or healing than being at peace within ourselves—whatever we're doing, wherever we are.
Available in both paperback and e-book formats.
is a touchpoint. a resting place, a "remembering" of who we really are: beings of unshakeable peace, boundless compassion, and deep joy.