In this episode with Beth Shekinah Terrence, we talked about the practice of metta: loving-kindness meditation. Beth is the founder and facilitator of May Is For Metta: 31 Days of Loving-kindness Meditation & Exploration. She is a shaman, holistic health practitioner and recovery coach. She lives in Annapolis, MD. This year marks the 10th year of her leading the virtual May Is For Metta program. To join the May is for Metta 2020: https://bethterrence.com/mayisformetta/Carving a New Path is filled with stories, tools and resources to pause and reflect about the life you and living and exploring who you want to become. Most of us were raised in a society that encourages productivity and do, do, do. When a life circumstance like a job layoff or an illness the birth or death of a loved one or something that disrupts your daily routine, it gives you a chance to pause and reflect on your life. A chance to practice going inward.