A summary of what we discussed last Tuesday:
What does your rest practice look like currently?
When you consider these forms of rest, what feels easy and accessible to you? Which feel more challenging to access?
When you’re overwhelmed, what’s the first/primary form of rest that you focus on or ground in?
What are some ways that you call on folks in your life to support your rest practice?
How could you be better supported in your rest practice?
Some other topics that were discussed:
- If you have a recommendation for a training that you loved, please share below.
Supporting folks that are incarcerated
- If you’d like to support RLBC as we begin reinstating services at Santa Rita Jail, please consider becoming a patron. We’ll be sharing a gofundme soon!
There’s no self-care without community care
- Ajira wrote this post for her Missives from the Birthlines newsletter. Check it out with a free trial.
The Nap Ministry 1-833-LUV-NAPS (588-6277)
Call this number to have some love and restful encouragement poured into you from the Nap Bishop herself, Tricia Hersey. Visit the website to explore other resources like her book, Rest is Resistance and more.