The Principles

ANY EASE GRACE FLOW WELLNESS OFFERINGS' CORE VALUES ARE BASED OFF THE PRINCIPLES OF EASE, GRACE, AND FLOW: 

MAY WE LEARN TO ACCEPT AND EXPECT ALL THREE IN OUR LIVES.

The Principle of Ease:

What if it was easy?
 

  • We choose not to suffer in order to receive or evolve
     

    • Through mind, body, and spiritual practices we consciously choose ease over bullying ourselves.
       

    • We commit to the practice of ease over grind.
       

    • We utilize the sacred pause to assess when and where ease is needed in life and how it can be implemented.
       

  • Ease is not the absence of work, participation, feeling, or making mistakes
     

    • The principle of ease infuses a softness and a Radical Acceptance for all
       

    • The principle of ease makes life's challenges feel less like an attack and more like experiences.

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The Principle of Grace:

How can I give and receive grace?
 

  • Grace is courteous goodwill
     

  • Grace is to honor or credit to (someone or something) by one's presence.
     

  • Grace is the free and unmerited favor of God
     

  • We choose to shift the concept of punishment
     

    • Through mind, body, and spiritual practices we
      choose to believe in the benign, benevolent nature of God.

       

    • We choose to use the language of love toward ourselves & others.
       

    • We commit to the practice of giving & receiving grace.

The Principle of Flow:

How can I get in (or back in) a flow state?
 

  • Flow is to move along or out steadily and continuously in a current or stream
     

  • Flow is to be available in copious quantities
     

  • Flow is to proceed or be produced smoothly, continuously, and effortlessly
     

  • We choose to honor the pulsation of creation.

    • Through mind, body, and spiritual practices we consciously choose:

      • fluidity over force

      • abundance over lack

      • commitment to finding flow:

        • physically. spiritually, relationally, and financially.

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