Thinking outside your circle :: The practice of inclusion.

Body: 

Are you unknowingly occlusive? 

Do you feel at times outside the circle, or on the outskirts of inclusion? 

To live within the circle is to know the spiral of unending connectivity that is available to you; that sense of completion that equates to what home, family and belonging really means. 

Inclusion as an art form invites love and rootedness; it serves as a chariot and conductor to the heart. 

What are you doing in your daily life to invite inclusion?

It takes at the very least, knowing your tribe to solidify what’s described here - think circle as in, continuum.  It’s open, inviting, and non-discriminatory; in essence a revolving door that to function, must be reciprocal. Inclusion evokes the feeling of personal value and instigates the act of generosity.

It’s about stepping outside of our personal comfort zone at times and stretching the heart and soul.

Inclusion most of the time is not about convenience; but translates quietly as “welcome my heart is open, to enter, yours must be too”.

The result of inclusion: You are not alone.

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