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Just breathe...in every moment we begin again.

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Simply Grace

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Our intentions are pure…

In every moment we begin again, honoring the divine unfolding of life.   Simply Grace is a gentle movement of kindness, compassion and love.  Mindfully honoring diversity of faith and experience we are manifesting and attracting authentic, beautiful and divinely orchestrated connections heart to heart and soul to soul, co-creating a beautiful community of like minded souls. And in every moment we begin again...

Just Breathe is a retreat for your soul…a beautiful invitation to pause on purpose and connect to your mind, body and spirit.  In the space of stillness and guided meditation we honor our self-care needs and set heart centered intentions for the week. This show features a beautiful centering experience offered to gently create awareness and connection to the abundant grace present in our lives.

Meditation is the practice of becoming still, detached from the chatter of our mind. A quiet mind releases dormant energy, increases vitality, strength and clarity…inviting us to be light, creative, joyful and at peace. 

Life is messy.  It’s how we show up in the mess that matters. The gift of compassionate presence to self allows us to breathe in gratitude and exhale grace, cultivating resiliency and the capacity to be with whatever shows up in the moment. 

Our weekly practice is a beautiful divine interruption…connecting to our intentions and spirit for guidance, light and love. What we reach for may be different, but what makes us reach is the same.  

This is simply grace...

Live from Spillian in the Catskills, NY with Leigh Melander and Will Pye.

Just Breathe is offered weekly on Monday mornings, 10:00 am EST on Simply Grace Radio, found on Blog Talk Radio.

Visit our Simply Grace Community: www.facebook.com/pauseonpurpose