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Put a Little Love in Your Heart Today

August 29, 2020 at 5:33 pm Leave a comment

A Grateful Step Forward

After her remarks on Rep. Yoho,
Rep AOC was joined on the House Floor by over a dozen colleagues who shared their experiences with sexism and called for change.

Continue Reading July 27, 2020 at 9:41 pm Leave a comment

Take the Sisterhood Pledge

It moves me to tears every time I watch it. Will you take this pledge with me?

I pledge to

To cultivate sacred sisterhood, honoring myself, you, and all women.

I will take a stand for our rights, safety, well-being, and equality, ensuring you and I are both treated with kindness and respect.

I will support you in remembering your truth, seeing your gifts, beauty, and wisdom – connecting to your purpose and dreams.

I will value you and support you in valuing yourself through claiming your worth, wisdom, right compensation, self-care, boundaries, and needs.

I will honor that you and I have different ways of living, different beliefs, preferences, values and needs. 

I am open to learn from our differences without making either of us wrong or bad.

I will honor and respect the wisdom and value of all phases of age, body shape, health, and abilities. 

I will courageously speak up if I see relationship patterns or behaviors that harm your physical, mental, or emotional well-being, while also honoring your timing, journey and choices.

I am open to receive your feedback on my relationship patterns and habits, remaining humble that I may be resistant to seeing the truth, and I will check in with my inner guidance before I act.

I will cherish your secrets and personal shares in sacred confidentiality.

I will not spread gossip, rumors or perpetuate drama, say bad things about you to others, nor bad things about others to you. 

I will use my words as a sacred creative tool to connect, protect, inspire, and illuminate.

I will be gentle and respectful when I share my reflections with you about things that don’t feel good to me or meet my needs, boundaries, or desires. 

I will do my best to not disconnect, punish, blame, or push you away. When you are sharing your challenges with me I will seek to be fully present, to listen, to ask questions, and to confirm with you how you would like to be supported. 

I will tune in with myself to ensure I am available to offer you the support you desire, and will not judge myself if I am not.

I will be courageous when I’m afraid to be vulnerable, I will breathe open my heart when I want to hide or shut down and trust my intuition to guide me how to share in a safe way.To cultivate sacred sisterhood, honoring myself, you, and all women.

I will reach out to you when I need it, accept if you are not available, and remember that I am not alone.

If I feel judgmental or triggered, I will let it reveal to me what wants to be healed in myself, opening to gratitude for the gift of insight and this opportunity to grow.

I give us both permission to be messy, to be in process, in transition, to stumble as we grow, to be wild, passionate, unleashed, and full of life.

I will not use your successes to make me feel small or create distance between us.

I will celebrate them and do my best to support you in living your dreams.

I will recognize the importance of sisterhood and create time in my life to nourish our connection and support you in thriving, knowing we are creating a better world for all together.

I want to live in a world touched by your radiant presence, unique gifts, and soul’s purpose.

I am your sister. I see you, I thank you, I love you.

April 20, 2020 at 1:28 am Leave a comment


Shelby L. Phillips

As an intuitive transformational messenger of hope, a communicative wife of 25 years, and an open-hearted mother of two, I take pleasure in telling good news stories, connecting people to the eight dimensions of well-being, and inspiring us to love ourselves and each other because life really is worth celebrating! Find out more about me at ShelbyPhillipsConnects.com

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