Simply Sacred Solutions is a place where creativity meets research. Founded as a means to deliver innovative research at the ground level, offering it to people where the research matters. The creative methods include music, poetry, workshop and program design.
Simply Sacred Solutions is offering work that contributes to discussions on trauma, addictions, mental wellness, grief and loss, healthy relationships, social and political change, healing and more.
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"I am not here to make a new form of knowledge, we have forefathers and foremothers who have substantiated that already from all four directions. I am here to help us have a conversation together on how to reset in the places that we have gotten so off course with. Certain aspects of our society has chosen to value things that disconnect us, from ourselves, others and our environment.
To summate it simply, would be to say that we need kindness in all three areas: kindness to the self, kindness to others, and kindness to the environment. Yet, we need an entire unlearning and relearning process to get there. We have a global reality on our hands that civilization has never seen before: Globalization and an Anthropocene era.
To be able to return to homeostasis both socially and individually, as well as modify and adapt to new horizons of what globalization is leading to, we must be wise in our actions, choices and direction. Core values steer the way we are going and it would be wise to connect and discern what the core values are going to be moving forward. It is challenging to know one's core values when there is fear, trauma, ego, competitive mindsets, and shallow pleasure-seeking in the way.
The outcome of what we choose in the coming decade will matter substantially, and if we choose to continue to treat the smoke rather than the fire, we will continue down a certain path. Rather, if we choose to work together to create goals related to healthy connecting and healing, we will be on a path much more suitable for the future generations. It is easy to be kind, we just make it complicated!"
- Auroara Leigh, Founder
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