TLP: Episode 33

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I love this time of year. The cozy atmosphere. The presents. The decorations. The possibility of snow.

 

 
But I know it can be a difficult season for a lot of people. It has a way of amplifying whatever you’re going through.
 
For those of us who are homeless or who have loved ones who are, this time of year can be particularly painful.
 
If that’s you, I’m with you. In this episode, I talk about a story that was on the news a couple of weeks ago. It’s scary and with it comes the temptation to shut our windows and our doors and our hearts. I’m inviting us all to keep them cracked, even just slightly. So that the light can get in.
 
I hope it encourages you. I hope you walk away feeling a littler lighter and a little more hopeful. And if you’re also one of those people who love this time of year, may the joy in your heart overflow and splash on those around you.
 
Here’s the card I pulled for you! Go forth and be awakened!
 
And here are this week’s show notes! Along with, as promised, a few extra resources that would have been included in the original episode I had planned.
 

HONORABLE MENTIONS

 
Thank you for listening! Throwing Light is for people who believe in the restoration and healing of the world and who aren’t hung up on outdated dogma that seeks to dictate what that’s supposed to look like. I’m interested in connecting with people who seek healing and restoration for themselves and the world and who are paying attention in micro and macro ways that they can see it happening in real time. I promise that engaging with this podcast will help you on your healing journey and move you toward your greater purpose.
 
If you know someone who might dig this episode, please pass these show notes along. Click here to support me on Patreon, and get a shout out on the podcast! If you are intrigued by the conversation and want to chime in with your own two cents, I would very much love that. Find me on Instagram and let me know what struck you!

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