Book: The Power of Ritual

The Power of Ritual: Turning Everyday Activities into Soulful Practices

The Power of Ritual reminds us that what we already do every day matters—and has the potential to become a powerful experience of reflection, sanctuary, and meaning.”

I am currently reading this book. Casper Ter Kuile describes Rituals as something we consciously do to step into who we can be. Rituals make things real by;

  1. You bring an Intention to a physical Action.
    What do you want to connect with?
  2. You Pay attention during the Ritual.
    Light a candle or take three deep breaths. Engage five senses that will help you stey present
  3. You Repeat the Action
    The meaning and joy of rituals comes as we practice them again and again.

Something we do to live a life with meaning. It brings into view what really matters!

Very interesting to hear about the small Rituals he applies to his everyday life. Bring a new perspective to your every day and listen to it.

“After half a decade of research and hundreds of conversations with people around the country, I am convinced we are in the midst of a paradigm shift. That what used to hold us in community no longer works, and that the spiritual offerings of yesteryear no longer help us thrive.”

Casper ter Kuile

Book: The Power of Vulnerability

Show Up and Let Yourself be Seen I read this book by Brené Brown a few years back and it made an impression. I am about to finish another of her books; Daring Greatly. Her work touches and inspires me to be more authentic, brave, and open up to more. From the presentation of this […]

Book: Rethinking Agile

In the book “Rethinking Agile, why Agile Teams Have Nothing to Do With Business Agility”, Klaus Leopold takes us through pitfalls in an Agile Transformation by presenting a Case Study on how the outcome is not as expected even in an organization where all teams are “Agile”.  He explains 4 main root-causes of this. In short […]

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