United Spirits Village Newsletter
Welcome to December. The weather is perfect for warm beverages and toasty chats with people we love. This is also the ideal time to reflect on what worked throughout the year, to take forward those celebrations and accomplishments, expand them in the new year and keep the flow moving, so to speak.
First and foremost, I am thrilled that United Spirits (US) celebrated our 8th Friday Night Celebration and Happy Hour on Zoom. We have had visits from a total of 23 different people who have shared their hearts, listened to music, danced and grown together. This celebration is a way we reflect on the present, strategize to release emotions or “stuff” we wish to dissipate from the past week, as well as envision what to improve within our selves for the next day and week. I have enjoyed it and know others in our group have as well. Please feel free to tell us about your Friday Night experience. Better yet, email us and let us know you wish to celebrate with us
United Spirits is forming exciting Evolutionary Engagement Pods for empowerment and growth in the new year:
Village Authors – Write the book that is in your soul, the one that you have been yearning to express for a while. Now is the time. We will meet weekly to learn and apply writing strategies one paragraph at a time. Let us share, give and receive helpful feedback. Our goal is to publish our books by December 2021.
Spiritual Leadership and Coaching Academy for Peers – this circle creates the unique and powerful “FIT” curriculum, to apply to our own lives and support others with Evolutionary Spirituality practices and mindful techniques.
United Spirits Village – Apply your great architectural, design, and service ideas to this live and work, sustainable village. Support the completing of the business plan to present to other individuals, organizations, businesses and enterprises.
Wealth Building and Investment – Yes! Strategize funding and growth as a Wealthy Tribe.
Rev. Renee' Ramcharitar, B.Msc., is a "Whole"istic Spiritual Coach and Teacher. She considers herself a "wildflower", one thrives and shows up to express herself in interesting ways - "between the cracks".