Spiritual Practices

A spiritual practice is an action or activity that is performed regularly in the pursuit of spiritual development or to commune with one’s experience of the sacred or divine. There are countless different practices to engage in, some tied to a religious tradition or an ancestral heritage, and others that someone has developed a more personal, individual connection to. Common practices that span a vast array of different spiritual disciplines include prayer, meditation, song, chanting, dance, breathing exercises, ceremony, and ritual. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.


Developing a Spiritual Practice - A Monk's Top 5 Tips

Developing a Spiritual Practice - A Monk's Top 5 Tips With all that has been happening throughout the world, people are recognizing the importance of developing and maintaining a spiritual practice. A spiritual path helps to keep us grounded, mindful, and connected.


Joanna Macy & Jonathan Gustin - Pandemic as Practice

Recorded April 24th, 2020 1000 people gathered on Zoom to hold a "Anxiety-to-Empowerment" Council Discover the place where " your deepest gladness and the world's deep hunger meets." - Frederick Buechner Discovery your soul-level purpose with a soul-infused community at Purpose Guides Institute.


Reggie Ray - "Your Human Experience Is the Most Living Part of Who You Are"

Reggie Ray talks about what people think the purpose of meditation is versus what the true purpose of it is.


Profound Treasury Reading by Reggie Ray

Reggie Ray reading from the Profound Treasury of the Ocean of Dharma, Vol. 1, Chapter 2.


Reggie Ray - Dharma of Everyday Life - December 3, 2009