Is helping others part of your spiritual practice?

A couple weeks ago, we talked about how alone time can actually be a form of spiritual practice.

But what happens after we’ve had our down time and are feeling revived and re-energized?

Can our spiritual practice leave the house with us?

As introverted as I am, I’m not interested in a version of spirituality that only takes place during the solitude of a bubble bath or on a meditation pillow or at church.

I want it in those places AND I want it everywhere else, too! In everything I do, every day.

Today’s AnnikaTV guest wants the same thing.

He’s put his spiritual practice into action in a very literal sense.

Click below to watch our video conversation.

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In this episode, I’m talking with Matt Sockolov about being of service.

After getting sober, he discovered that helping others by sharing his talents and abilities not only nourishes his sense of spiritual connection but also strengthens his sense of self-worth and confidence.

Beautiful, right?

Click below to watch this episode.

And after you’ve watched, I’d love to hear from you in the comments:

Do you already do something that you’d describe as ‘being of service’?

If not, what are you going to try out? How are you going to share your gifts with someone who needs them?

All my love,
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