“It is my belief that if we all spent a little more energy focusing on what we are grateful for, what we want more of in our life, and letting go of what we don’t, we’d all be a kinder, happier and healthier version of our best selves,” explains Cooper.
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) May 29, 2014
Tiffany Cooper of Scottsdale has introduced a new online space that takes Social Networking to a new level: the higher self. Introducing realsouful.com - the "Soulful Networking" site is designed to go beyond sharing everyday happenings (like on most social networking sites) to connecting people on a higher level in areas such as personal growth, gratitude, inspiration and supporting one another’s dreams.
“It is my belief that if we all spent a little more energy focusing on what we are grateful for, what we want more of in our life, and letting go of what we don’t, we’d all be a kinder, happier and healthier version of our best selves,” explains RealSoulful's founder Tiffany Cooper. “Realsoulful.com provides tools to help us focus on what’s most important.”
Cooper explains that many social media sites deal with our basic extrinsic needs, which revolve around status, image and success. While those needs are valid, the idea behind realsoulful.com is to connect people at a more profound level to help meet intrinsic needs such as helping others, discovering purpose and creating a better life.
On realsouful.com users create their own content. They can make a personal space, a “MySanctuary” page, and also post and make comments on a central forum called the “SoulCentral Stream.” In these ways it’s like other sites, but it is with a more soulful context.
The site is designed to be a place where a person can go each day to center oneself, focus on goals and dreams, and reach out to others. The site offers seven different elements that allow for reflection, support, release, and sharing. There's a place to post things to be thankful for, set a daily Intention or goal for the day, create a vision board, request or send prayers, journal, post on random acts of kindness, and release what is no longer wanted with a virtual "Dandelion Blow."
“If we are lucky, we may have one friend that we can truly open up to, but how wonderful it would be to have a whole community right at our finger tips that would be there to cheer us on, remind us to be grateful and value us as our true selves,” says Cooper. “I want realsoulful.coml to be a space we visit for sustenance and strength.”
Realsoulful.com is a free site open to anyone who is willing to abide by the site’s “Playground Rules” which include checking your ego and judgments at the door; being kind and supportive, and saying something nice or nothing at all.
Beginning June 1st, realsoulful.com will be launching a 30-day intention-setting series with "Plant your Intentions and watch them GROW." Each day realsouful.com will share positive intentions to model for others how they too can set their own daily intentions to bring about real and lasting change in their lives.
Cooper explains, "All things first begin with intention, whether we are mindful of it or not. Setting an intention allows us to get really clear on what it is that we want in our lives. When our intentions are positive, we create more happiness and growth. Most of the time though, we don't give any thought to what our intentions are and just react to whatever the day presents us with. When our thoughts are good, we have a good day. When they are bad, we create all sorts of drama and trouble in our lives. Proactively setting a daily intention or goal first thing in the morning can calibrate our minds for positive results, so we are better prepared regardless what comes our way."
For more information, email tiffany(at)realsoulful(dot)com or visit http://www.realsoulful.com.