The Second Pillar: Spiritual Practice
As we explore our lives in relationship to the Divine, we call on our own spiritual practices - those things we do with intention, regularity, and depth - to get us centered in our core values. Unitarian Universalists have a wide range of spiritual practices that help us connect with what we hold most dear.
Over the course of the Braveheart Program, leaders and participants will be asked to maintain a spiritual practice, report on how their chosen practice is helping them maintain a full spiritual life at each session, and give a presentation at least once during the course of the year about their practice to the group.
Examples of spiritual practices might be yoga, journaling, reflecting on scripture, walking, making art, gardening, or cooking.