Welcome to SoulStrolling™! We have created this site for those who want to take their personal journeys to a new level—whether at home or faraway. This is not about being frantic tourists. Therefore, we are not tour guides. We are, instead, pilgrims seeking a meaningful way of being and living. We are about creating and sharing soul-full experiences, and moving forward with intention each day whether at home or in a new city or foreign country.

Pause. Take a look around. Allow your soul to take a stroll. We are delighted you’ve chosen to join us in this space. You can find the Principles of SoulStrolling here. 

SoulStrolling™ is a trademark of Sharon Richards and Kayce Stevens Hughlett. 

Entries in Presence (15)

Friday
Nov202015

5 weeks in France, Part 3 - My Heart Hurts

My heart hurts, so I write – to process my feelings, to grieve, mourn….. I go to words and images, to find my voice. Not so much to search for meaning, for that feels vague. I write to uncover my soul, to dare to go deep into anger, sadness, shock.

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Friday
Nov202015

5 weeks in France, Part 2 - Patterns Below my Feet

I have this thing with floors. Actually, I have this thing with what’s below my feet. I’ve noticed this for a long time. It’s not a new thing. I find myself wearing shoes/soles that reflect my soul. “Travel by foot. There is so much you can’t identify at top speed.” Cheryl Strayed

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Friday
Nov202015

5 weeks in France, Part 1 - Reflection

Did you know there are wide wooden chairs on the Seine in Paris? Along the left bank, in a lovely hidden spot, floating on barges, just begging for a soul to lounge. I simply could not refuse the invitation.

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Friday
Jul242015

Family Adventures in Italy

SoulStrolling™ is the practice of paying attention to your life wherever you find yourself, cultivating awareness of the now, and listening to your heart's desires and longings. I happen to love this practice. “The purpose is to be in the present moment and enjoy each step you take.” Thich Nhat Hanh

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Thursday
Jun042015

Laryngitis in Paris - on losing and finding my voice

What happens when the fork in the road is not of your choosing? What happens when you’re co-leading SoulStrolling à Paris and lose your voice for 4 days? The following quote, from “For the Traveler” by John O’Donahue, takes on a deeper, more introspective meaning: “When you travel, a new silence goes with you, and if you listen, you will hear what your heart would love to say.”

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