Episode 063 Hali Karla, Edge Walker of Art, Healing and Faith
Episode 063 Hali Karla
Hali Karla is a contemplative artist, teacher and creative-soul-caregiver who is passionate about helping others cultivate holistic perspective and creative practice as a tool for navigating life, relationships and times of change. She enjoys offering explorations to others that inspire self-acceptance + development, catalyze healing, celebrate wholeness and honor the mystery of interconnection. Hali says her work is Creative practice for the soulfully inclined. She has helped hundreds of people to cultivate a Holistic Creative Practice.
Hali’s experience as an artist and end-of-life nurse, along with her passion for theological & astrological studies, all contribute to a rich framework for her approach and imagery. When guiding others, Hali has been described as evoking a dynamic sense of the sacred, while holding safe space for brave truth-telling, making meaningful connections, and opening to courageous transformation.
Her daily prayer, faith and art practices guide and ground her life and work in the world.
In this episode Hali shares her wisdom and passion for astrology, and how the way she shares that with the world is shifting. We talk about how these shifts are manifesting in her life, in her own healing, and soul care practice. Hali speaks with grace about her past relationship with religion and spirituality and her recent surprising call to return to church, how she has honoured that shift in herself, alongside the other ch-ch-changes in her life. She talks about the mystic Hildegard of Bingen, who she describes as an edge walker, and how deepening the relationship with this mystic has deepened her own sacred self care practice.
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The reason we began this podcast was to take the notion of basic self care for women, and boost it into deeper self care, or as we call it—sacred self care.
Most of our listeners have made that leap and are relishing that incredible gift and privilege we have, and are very grateful.
We wanted to pause and be thankful.
At this time when many of us turn to assess their yearly charitable giving, we wanted to remind you of the many women who may be challenged with meeting their basic self care needs. For instance, having the basic supplies for their menstrual cycles, is an extra hardship for women who are homeless or living with limited incomes.
There is a beautiful organization in Toronto Christine recommends—Sistering—that provides care kits with deodorant, shampoo, wet wipes, tampons or pads as part of their outreach program. This organization was established in 1980 and has provided support for thousands of women since then. Visit www.sistering.org
We invite you to find an organization near you and consider volunteering or donating money or in-kind supplies to ensure all women have their basic self care needs met, so they are more likely to be able to meet their sacred self care needs in future.
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