There is no better place for having a Thanksgiving Tea than the Thistle Stop Cafe in Nashville, TN where gratitude activates grace and love truly heals. Join us as three courageous women survivors of abuse, sex trafficking, addiction and prostitution share their “waking up healed” stories.
Season 2 – EP 35 (Special)
From Tajci’s Blog:
I used to always fall apart on Thanksgiving Day. I felt overwhelming gratitude, but also an inability to truly accept the grace and love it brought to me.
As an immigrant, I was grateful for every open heart that showed me kindness and welcomed me into their home – both physically in sharing the resources and opportunities of their country and in offering me a seat at their table, and spiritually in inviting me into their hearts, our shared home where Love is the host. As a traveler and a seeker, I was grateful for the bumps, high peaks and low valleys of the road I’d been on.
But for a long time, along with the gratitude, I carried regret, guilt and self-judgment, not willing to leave it behind.
A move to Nashville, Tennessee came as the perfect external shift to trigger an internal one, and the opportunity to try to let go of some of that baggage.
Only a few months after the move, a friend invited me to the meditation circle at Thistle Farms, a community for women who have survived sex trafficking, abuse, addiction and prostitution founded by Reverend Becca Stevens. <<< Read more
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The Way of Tea and Justice (by Becca Stevens) on Amazon.com
Snake Oil: The Art of Healing and Truth-Telling (by Becca Stevens) on
“Love Heals” by Donna Dozier