- Publisher: Luminosity Press
- Editor: Christina O'Shaughnessy
- Available in: PDF
- Published: February 10, 2016
Normally the times we need to find a new tribe has to do with the natural cycles of life – school, marriage, children, divorce, job change, retirement, death. Major changes always call for moments of re-defining yourself. Who are you? What do you want in this next cycle?
More subtly, the need for a new tribe comes simply from our own personal growth. The more closely we align ourselves with our individual passion and interests and the more deeply we explore and embrace our own values and interests, the more likely we will need a new tribe.
When there is no longer a shared interest in the group you spend major time with, that is a signal that you need to find a new tribe. It’s unnerving to realize that you have moved beyond the support of your present tribe and need to find a new one. There is a period of suspension as you leave the familiar tribe and search for a more aligned group. If you are no longer being nurtured and supported by the people around you it is time to move on. You deserve to be in a group of people who share your beliefs, you ideas and your purpose.
If you haven’t thoughtfully examined your own tribe recently this book will help you evaluate what you have, figure out what you need and offer ideas on how you might set about finding or forming your own tribe.
I formed my own tribe. I founded the Deeper Song Community because I wanted and needed to be with spiritually oriented people who were already in service to others and who wanted to give more of themselves by learning to sing a deeper song. I nurture the community by sharing what I discover on my own search for deeper spiritual awareness. I nurture myself by connecting perennially with many of the members.
We walk beside each other on this path as we all learn to sing our own unique Deeper Song.
If this turns out to be your tribe welcome.