Subject 28: Self-Dates: Taking Time for Yourself

Self-Dates: Taking

Time for Yourself

A visual meditation and Virtual outinG for you. Plus First Podcast!

Journey with me as I go out on a self-date. In this video vlog, which doubles as a visual meditation and virtual outing, I spend nourishing alone and explorative time at The Getty Museum in sunny Los Angeles. Taking time for ourselves is essential. It’s how we continually learn ourselves. It’s a great way to cultivate our inner-lives, inner-peace, and greater self-awareness and worth. And, it’s how we take our power back. Solitude is sacred!

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Love you, so much! Relax, rest, and enjoy!

“Sometimes, you have to go off alone, to come back and be better. Solitude is sacred.”



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Self-Dates: Taking time for Yourself

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There are many reasons and times when being alone with yourself is cathartic, essential, necessary, and cleansing. Such as:

  • To process emotions, you're experiencing

  • To discharge heavy energy/s

  • To release emotional stress

  • To release what isn't yours vibrationally

  • To clear your mind

  • To seek and gain clarity

  • To listen to your inner voice

  • To connect to Higher Power

  • Refresh and reset your spirit, soul, mind, and vibrational field

Where are at least three places you can take yourself out on a self-date this summer ?


Things To Do Solo:

1. Volunteer time: go alone and spend a day away from your life and impact someone else's. What causes are you passionate about? Where/who can use your gifts. Volunteering is also a great way to learn new skills. A new craft in particular for me (although I wasn't alone) was learning to build a picket fence while volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. A whole picket fence, ya'll! The thing that stood out to me was that the process of building a fence felt like a meditation. It was the most relaxing deep physical labor! Who knew!?

2. Mother Nature: Let mother nature be your guide and companion. Nature is one of the most powerful, potent, and effective conduits available to us. Time spent in nature is soul medicine, it's cleansing, and most of the time it's free! Unless you're at a National Park or State Beach, whereas there 's a small fee to enter or park. These fees are contributions. They help with the upkeep of preserving these local and national natural spaces and treasures.

Go out and explore nature. Happy adventures to you! Don't litter.

3. Go to a sacred site or space: Spending time in sacred spaces alone is so very freeing. Without the company of someone else in your life present, you can allow your spirit and heart open up in profound ways that only alone and solitude time births. The good news is that The Most High and your divine guides are always with you.

Some of the other ways are:

Going to a garden

A favorite restaurant

A museum

A concert

Go check out a movie

Going hiking

Dropping in a new class

Hitting the road. Take a road trip

Other forms of travel

Use discernment and wisdom wherever you go. Stay mindful of your surroundings. Plan ahead. Leave a note with someone. Go have fun!


  1. What are your intentions for taking time for yourself?

  2. Go within. Listen. Where is your life and soul asking you to go?

  3. Can you feel and sense with clarity where you’re being called to expand and vibrate higher through solitude?

  4. Are there healthy boundaries in place to support your ‘me-time’?

  5. If not, how will you set them and honor them?

  6. What is your soul’s medicine this season? What’s nourishing you? What’s currently feeding your soul? Do more of that! Alone!

  7. Where in your life are you feeling lead to be alone more often?

  8. How will you honor the process?

Related Quotes

“Freeing yourself was one thing, claiming ownership of that freed self was another.”

― Toni Morrison, Beloved

“Loving ourselves works miracles in our lives.”

― Louise Hay

“Your relationship with yourself sets the tone for every other relationship you have.”

― Unknown

“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.”

― Rumi

Find Your soul’s


–Lalah Delia

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Subject 26: Navigating Your Desert as a Millennial w/India


Navigating Your



Hello all!

Today’s class will be held by the lovely India (me!). I’m Lalah’s daughter, for those who don’t know, and I serve as a VHD team member. I’m so overjoyed to be sharing my insight on the desert terrain, as I’m currently journeying through one in this season of my life. Being that I am indeed a millennial, 21, I’m fully aware of the significance of acknowledging, recognizing, and knowing how to navigate through your desert early on in life.

Throughout life, we may be called to go to a sacred place within ourselves, with ourselves, to purge, receive, release, make space for new, disconnect, become “you” again, open ourselves up for spiritual growth, enter a new season/ chapter in your life, and so much more!

In this video, I’ll be giving you a fresh perspective on how to successfully recognize and/or overcome your terrain to assist you in reaching your fullest potential. Because ultimately, that’s what it’s all about! :)

“Sometimes, you have to go be alone to come back and be better. Solitude is sacred. ”


Navigating your



Subject 26: Navigating The Desert


1. Recognizing when it’s time to enter your desert

2. Emotional Care and support

3. Protecting Your energy

4. Significance of desert


5 practices to help you journey though your desert

  1. Prayer and other spiritual work

  2. Meditation

  3. Taking tonics as needed

  4. Self-care: baths, binaural beats, massage, rest, fitness, nourishing foods…etc

  5. Mindfulness: stay mindful of why you’re being called to be in your desert.



  1. Are you recognizing the signs that you’re being lead to the desert?

  2. Are you in the desert now?

  3. Are you staying away from the things that no longer serve you?

  4. What does your environment look and feel like? Is it supporting your terrain?

  5. Are you honoring the process?


What are the things that make you vibrate higher daily? Use these tools to keep you not only sustained, but empowered in the desert.

What are your goals and intentions for this terrain? Keep in mind that your desert has a higher purpose.

“sometimes, you have to go be alone to come back and be better. Solitude is sacred.”

- Lalah delia

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