WELCOME TO SOULS ENTERPRISE
Written By Bo
What an exciting moment — sitting here, December 2020, writing our first blog….
For some of you, our first connection point; so:
Hello! We warmly greet you.
And for those of you whom we already know and are enjoying these words, this feeling, again: Bienvenidos!
Thank you for visiting Souls Enterprise, and embracing ‘Beginner’s Mind’: wise advice given across many traditions, and encouraged here – let’s be open to this moment, and every moment, being fresh and unique.
Let’s take a deep breath, drop our expectations, question and re-write our stories (at least, the ones that need to be rewritten!) ~ maybe take another deep breath…
and arrive, here.
Greetings. You are deeply welcomed. All of you.
We know that it can be intimidating, or even scary, to visit a new spiritual site. Meeting new people, unsure exactly what is going to happen, plunging into the unknown that is spiritual endeavor. Experiences can be intense; relating intimately is terrifying for almost all of us.
We applaud your courage. We acknowledge the risk it is, baring your soul.
You are not alone. The support available to you is massive and beyond expression. We acknowledge this path isn’t easy. We also celebrate, knowing that it’s well worth it.
We are honored and delighted to share this journey with you.
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