Stained Glass Spirit LogoThriving 21st century spiritual communities are easily compared to strong and beautiful stained glass windows. They are composed of many individual people who come together to create a deep and meaningful experience where everyone works together but each person can ALSO  shine as themselves at their best.

In a stained glass window, each piece of glass is needed to make it beautiful . . . the same way each person in your Spiritual Community is needed.

And when the light of the Sun shines through a stained glass window it illuminates everything in amazing array of color and life. When Spirit shines through each member of your Spiritual community the same thing happens.

Look at each person the way you look at your piece of glass. Welcome their differences. Welcome their unique contribution. Nurture their soul and their spirit.

When you consistently allow your best self be eternally fused with the best of each other person you will be a part of the Stained Glass Spirit shining within each individual and throughout the entire community.

Do your words, and actions, demonstrate a Stained Glass Spirit?

Tracy BrownTracy Brown is the founder of Stained Glass Spirit. After working for more than 20 years on diversity and inclusion strategy in organizations nationwide, she created Stained Glass Spirit to focus attention on “attracting diversity and creating inclusion” in New Thought spiritual communities. In addition to her professonal experience, Tracy has been a student of New Thought / Ancient Wisdom since 1986. She is uniquely qualified to be a bridge between organizational best practice, individual responsibility and Spiritual Truth.

Tracy is an accomplished speaker and a published author who is known for her ability to engage people in sensitive conversations. As president of Diversity Trends LLC (www.DiversityTrends.com) she has delivered training to more than 300,000 people in the past 10 years. Tracy is also a past instructor for Holmes Institute and has hosted several internet radio shows. For more information about her, visit www.TracyBrown.com.

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