Learning

“Knowledge is power.” — Sir Francis Bacon, English philosopher

Continuous learning is one way to quench the mind’s natural curiosity to be engaged. This continual action expands your mind and your view of the world, and keeps your brain healthy.

It does this through the phenomenon known as neuroplasticity, where the brain can continually reorganize itself by forming new neural connections throughout your life.

Practical ways to practice continual learning:

  • Reading or listening to a book, podcast or webinar for at least 5 minutes every day.
  • Pick something you’re interested in and read a book on the subject, research it online or take a class in it.
  • Go to a museum or exhibit that interests you.

You have the power to soul well by practicing these Spiritual Rituals.

Pick a ritual and make a small shift by taking action or If you know need support, reach out to connect with me for a single or series of sessions to help you on your path to Soul Well.

Practical Resources on Learning: