Peace: Conversation with Kimberly Weeks
Peace — Welcome to a Wild and Precious conversation with Kimberly Weeks, Trauma Recovery Coach. Our  conversation began with what peace is. My young, immature self thought peace was easy. My slightly more mature self knows it’s not. Getting there, getting to a place of peace, of wholeness, is where the struggle lies. We talk about what peace is and how to get there. What the struggle feels like when you don’t have peace on the inside but crave peace in your outer world, in your community. Hint
Jun 18, 2020
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Peace — Welcome to a Wild and Precious conversation with Kimberly Weeks, Trauma Recovery Coach.

Our  conversation began with what peace is. My young, immature self thought peace was easy. My slightly more mature self knows it’s not. Getting there, getting to a place of peace, of wholeness, is where the struggle lies.

We talk about what peace is and how to get there. What the struggle feels like when you don’t have peace on the inside but crave peace in your outer world, in your community. Hint: it isn’t going to happen…

This is a two part conversation. There was a natural break at the mid-way point, so we’re going to leave you with a cliffhanger :)


Can we have peace in our inner selves? Can our communities find peace?


What we talked about:

  • First, We ease into the conversation and I left it in there…skip to about 8 minutes if you don’t want to hear me talk about why I have a woodpecker sound for my notifications....
  • Second,  Kimberly defines peace and we start in.
  • Third,   We move into the idea of starting with inner peace…
  • Fourth,  We talk about the unrest in our communities right now and begin to speak about getting to peace.

Notes:

Onward to more peace! Look for the Monday morning newsletter,  and the second part of our conversation from the Wild and Precious podcast episode with Kimberly Weeks,  Trauma Recovery Coach

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