In this webinar, we talk about how we normally rush through our morning routines, and how to make a lovely ritual instead, and then deepen it by making it a sacred space to practice.

I’ve broken this webinar recording into two parts:

  1. Part I – My Talk: I share how we can elevate the morning space into something sacred, not just ordinary. (See notes)
  2. Part II – Questions & Answers: I answered questions about being groggy in the morning, rushing through everything, chronic health challenges and more.

Part I: Leo’s Talk (with notes)

You can download this video here, or download just the audio. Or watch above.

Here are the notes from my talk (video is below the notes):

When we set out to do our morning routines, we often have a nice idea about what it might be. But the reality is often different: we’re groggy, we kind of slump through doing the tasks, or even if we’re not groggy maybe we rush through them to get to the things we have to do that day. It’s not special, but just another task to get through.

This is a symptom of how we do everything in our day — rushing through things, just wanting to get through them.

What if we elevated this to something beyond the ordinary?

Some ways to bring sacredness to our morning space:

  1. Recognize this space something to be appreciated
  2. Create space, and don’t cram it full of things
  3. Be meticulous about the space
  4. Set Intention & be deliberate
  5. Focus on appreciation
  6. Don’t rush to finish

Listen to the talk on the video for more details on these items.

This kind of devotion increases the depth of the practice.

Part II: Questions and Answers

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In this 2nd part of the webinar, I answered some great questions about: