What are Your Sacred Priorities?

Dear One,

When was the last time you took a true look at how aligned you are with what is sacred in your life? It can be all too easy to slip into being in reaction mode (instead of creation mode) in our lives. And all of a sudden a month, or year, or decade has slipped by with no consciousness about what we most hold dear.

So I want to invite you to listen to this special audio interview  I did with my dear friend, Shannon Thompson, who is the founder and visionary behind the non-profit, Shakti Rising. (Click on the next page to find the radio interview.)

On this Wake-Up Call audio recording, Shannon and I walk you through a series of inquires to help you become clear about what your SACRED PRIORITIES are in your life and how you can ensure that you are living a life that is in alignment with those priorities.

I wanted to share Shannon’s training with you because it is perfect for women leaders and visionaries. And I just know it will call to women who hold embodied wisdom as a sacred priority. If that is you, check it out!

I hope you will find this conversation and the inquiries as meaningful as I do. Leave a comment for me on my blog about what your sacred priorities are.

Click on the next page to hear the radio interview.

I am sending you a day filled with hope, faith, trust, surrender, love and sacredness.

With unstoppable enthusiasm,

Love This? Never Miss Another Story.


Natasha Salgado
Natasha Salgado1 years ago

Animal welfare-friends and the environment are the priorities occupying my thoughts everyday. Thanks

Elena T.
Elena Poensgen1 years ago

Thank you :)

Joanna W.
Joanna W.2 years ago

its great!

Vita Pagh
Vita P.2 years ago

I like to learn something new every day......but I didn't learn anything from this post!!...

Marie W.
Marie W.2 years ago


Ron B.
Ron B.2 years ago

One of my sacred priorities is to be an agnostic. But then, I guess that's not very sacred.

Marianne B.
MARIA B.2 years ago

I don't need a video to know my priorities in life are. Faith, Family, Friends.

Sherry Coleman
Sherry Coleman2 years ago

Amy, the next time you will not address us as 'dear one'

Carole H.
Carole H.2 years ago

Although I presume they mean well - I do not like being addressed as Dear One - I find it slightly condescending - it might just be me but I instantly distrust it's message.

Brian Schrader

The only thing that bothers me about these programs is, they usually charge a lot of money for them.