“Space has a spiritual equivalent and can heal what is divided and burdensome in us.” — Gretel Ehrlich

For over 13 years I’ve been writing under that headline: creating space for your soul to breathe. I stand by it as a foundational practice for all of us (not just those of us with introverted personalities or who gravitate toward the contemplative tradition).

Creating space for the soul is part of being a healthy human. For some of us that phrase sounds delightful. But for others, not so much.

What does it mean to create space for the soul and why does it matter?

Great questions. Listen in.

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emily p freeman I’m Emily and I’m glad you’re here! 

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