REFLECTIONS OF A DEEPER SONG
SELF AWARENESS – SPIRITUAL EXPANSION – SERVICE
I’m Cara Lumen, seeker, explorer, spiritual philosopher and founder of the Deeper Song Community. I help people in service who want to sing a deeper song to understand your passion, your gifts and your calling, so you are confident that you are the only one who can deliver the message your are called to share.
Reflections of a Deeper Song podcasts explore
ordinary life choices and takes them to a
new level of clarity and possibility.
In my personal journey to live more deeply, I encounter intriguing, esoteric ideas that take some thought to figure out how to actually bring them into my life. I write to figure things out – posts, podcasts, videos, whatever it takes to explore my essence – to learn to sing a deeper song.
Together we thoughtfully considerlife-changing concepts,
examine them for relevance and try some of them on for size.
If it resonates, embrace it. If not, see if another episode calls to you. This is your journey, You choose. You decide. You compose your unique deeper song. I’m simply sharing some of the things I am learning in mine. Weill you join me?
REFLECTIONS OF A DEEPER SONG EPISODES
(Approximate 14 minutes)
The Key to Positive, Aligned Change
Connects More Deeplywith the Essence of Life
Walk Beside Others in Light
Come Sing a Deeper Song
When your heart is open, you sing a deeper song. You touch lives. You have impact. You make a difference in your world.
CARA’S INTERVIEW WITH THUY PHUM
May 9, 2017
In this episode, Cara Lumen, a spiritual philosopher and founder of the Deeper Song Community, explains how an interview with Chris Brogan changed her life and how she overcomes her challenges to keep doing what she loves
CARA’S INTERVIEW WITH DR. VIVIAN CARRASCO
Here my interview with Chris here: http://cbrogan.me/omradio It is entitled “LOTS of Smart People. “7/10/14 15. Coach Sean Brawley, Alan Jackson and Cara Lumen
My good friend Sharon Saylor interviewed me for her Blog Talk Radio show “Life Interrupted” on E Woman’s Network. The topic is Finding the Gifts in Adversity It’s a half hour and I’m the second interview, 10 minutes in. We talk about how to stay relevant as you get older and ideas for embracing change.