Practical tips for spiritual beings with day jobs. Let’s explore how you can flourish through the spiritual lessons of your work and uplift others in the process. If you’re like me, you’re spiritually conscious. You meditate — you do yoga — you try to life your life mindfully. And then you have to go to work. Although I’m thrilled to hear about companies that offer meditation classes and executives who embrace mindfulness, the truth is that most of us don’t work at those enlightened places. In fact, our day jobs can be down right toxic and smush our highest self. But if we want the world to become better, we have to change our workplaces… from the inside out. I’d like to share with you some practical tips for:
- bringing your highest self to work,
- showing grace in common workplace challenges, uplifting others in the process
- learning the spiritual lessons your job presents
- and becoming an “agent of enlightenment” so that someday, we can all work for a conscious organization.
Let’s move from inspiration to action and change the world one job at a time!
We’ll look at how you can best prepare yourself so you can be authentic and open-hearted throughout the work day. Most of us deal with our jobs by putting on a shield. It may look professional on the outside but it also blocks our authenticity and highest self from shining through. We’ll take a look at how you can use your commute, your work space and lunch break to keep you connected to your highest self.
You can read the Souls@Work Episode ‘Plan Your Commute’ Article on Soul School Online Here
You can listen to Souls@Work ‘Plan Your Commute’ on Soul Growth Radio Here
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