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Episode 23: Abbie Galvin

Practice You

On ritualizing your practice, developing your interior world, and measuring up for joy, with Abbie Galvin, author of ‘Home Practice’ and founder of The Studio.

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Rhythm of Compassion: Caring for Self, Connecting with Society

The Rhythm of Compassion addresses one of the central spiritual questions of our time: Can we heal ourselves and society simultaneously? The core premise of this book is that the health of the human psyche and the health of the world are inextricably related, and we cannot truly heal one without...

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Healing Justice: Holistic Self-Care for Change Makers

Healing justice, a term that has emerged in social movements in the last decade, is taught as a practice of connecting to the whole self, what many are conditioned to ignore -- the body, mind-heart, spirit, community, and natural world.

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The Power of Sustainable Self-Care

Shelly Tygielski explores how consistently showing up for yourself first lays the foundation for our life’s purpose—showing up for others—and how to create your own self-care practice.

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The Secret to Self-Development and Changing Your Life | Motivational Video

In this video I share with you the secret to self-development and changing your life. Self-development is the only path to accelerating your growth and actualizing your potential as a human being.

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Creating the World We Want to Live In: How Positive Psychology Can Build a Brighter Future

This book is about hope and a call to action to make the world the kind of place we want to live in.

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This Is What Activism Does To Your Body

“Even with these health consequences, we can see the benefits of taking a stand because people are fighting for what they believe in and protecting people’s lives,” Sumner said. “I don’t think the answer is to stop altogether. It speaks to how critical it is to engage in self-care.

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Activism as a way to heal | Tasha Brade | TEDxLondon

Tasha Brade is a the youngest member of the Justice4Grenfell campaign. She reveals how she suffered from PTSD in the weeks after she witnesses the fire at Grenfell Tower and that joining this campaigner was her way to heal.

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Highlights from Tarana Burke ─ What's Next in Healing and Activism

The Me Too movement, first conceptualized over a decade ago, envisions intersectional survivor-centered solidarity for people of all races, classes, genders and abilities.

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Ella Baker’s Catalytic Leadership (Communication for Social Justice Activism) (Volume 2)

Ella Baker (1903–1986) was an influential African American civil rights and human rights activist. For five decades, she worked behind the scenes with people in vulnerable communities to catalyze social justice leadership.

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The Activist’s Guide to Self Care

As advocates, we often think it’s more important to help others than to take care of ourselves. But even superheroes need a break! Here are some tips on how to be an advocate for others without burning yourself out.

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Community Transformation and Healing