Care for Your Soul: Designing Sacred Practices that Work

Care for Your Soul: Designing Sacred Practices that Work

We are joined today by the co-founder of Sacred Design Lab, an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister, Sue Phillips. She has been relentlessly liberating ancient wisdom to help solve difficult problems. She has been passionate about how to inspire spiritual practices that helps people in meaning-making as they experience life. In this episode she joins Jamie Wheal to explore how to uncover what the human soul needs and how it can remember its purpose. We discuss:

  • Exploring what the human soul needs
  • The downsides to personalization in spirituality
  • How to live with yourself in challenging times
  • Integrating experiential practices with traditions
Any attempt to uncover what the soul needs is a worthy effort. -Sue Phillips

Tune in to hear the wisdom Sue Phillips has to offer as she discusses uncovering what the human soul needs and how it can remember its purpose with the help of the traditional practices.

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Guest Bio:
Sue Philips is the co-founder of Sacred Design Lab. An ordained Unitarian Universalist minister and co-author of Design for the Human Soul.

Sue is relentlessly delighted by liberating ancient wisdom to help solve gnarly problems.  Sue is passionate about inspiring spiritual flourishing, equipping people for meaning-making, and witnessing the transformation that happens when we get all up in life’s biggest questions. She is part business strategist, part design geek, and part monastic. A graduate of Colgate University and the Episcopal Divinity School, Sue has taught at Harvard Divinity School, where she is a Ministry Innovation Fellow.

Sue is passionate about inspiring spiritual flourishing, equipping people for meaning-making, and witnessing the transformation that happens when we get all up in life’s biggest questions

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