Thriving Rhythms –

We are spirited | creative | connected | present | grateful | generous | missional

What are we doing here?

Exploring practical ways of living intentionally into these specific and essential rhythms (hums, vibrations, pulse, resonance, harmonics, whistles) in order to create and sustain thriving lives.

The Seven Rhythms…

+ We thrive as spirited people by affirming that we are inspired, animated and enthused by the Source of all life, and that every breath is a gift;

+ We thrive as creative people through the discovery of our identity and purpose in the world, exploring our creative impulse, delighting in the wonder of imagination and the power of innovation.

+ We thrive as connected people by nurturing healthy relationships, practicing intentional acts of kindness and showing hospitality as ways of creating trust and building respect which sustains community;

+ We thrive in the present as people who welcome sabbath, immerse in silence, and commit to being awake, becoming aware and making ourselves available to what each moment has to teach;

+ We thrive as grateful people who practice gratitude as a spiritual discipline, remembering with joy and thanksgiving that all we have is a gift of grace;

+ We thrive as generous people by seeking lavish interactions with the world so that the abundance of the few can transform the scarcity of the many into a feast of blessing where all have enough;

+ We thrive as missional people who embrace a vision of life and aliveness by creating a momentum of healing and unity by pursuing movements of hope and wholeness.

 

 

 

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