Robert Grey Introduces ‘Be Where You Are: Notes From A Friend’
The Otherness guide launches an accessible new subscription for sustainable healing.
Healer and spiritual practitioner Robert Grey (They/Them) is introducing a brand new, innovative audio subscription that offers spiritual guidance and wellbeing practices for daily life.
Those who sign up will receive a five minute voice-note daily, direct to their WhatsApp when subscribed to the ‘Be Where You Are: Notes From A Friend’ series. Each audio note offer moments of reflection, meditation and contemplation as well as tools from Robert’s own practices to help navigate the day ahead.
‘With the world as it is, a note from a friend in the right moment can mean the difference between disaster and delight.’’
Delivered with dulcet – and often humorous – tones, these daily micro-practices provide accessible wellbeing in tune with modern needs. With an aim of encouraging us in learning how to better be with ourselves, Robert’s channelled guidance is also an innovation in subscription offerings; nowhere else can we get the voice of an experienced healer straight to our WhatsApp on the daily!
Able to draw on anything from Robert’s personal practices, Notes From A Friend includes explorations on astrology, tarot, ritual, meditation, devotion and self-healing. Each note is heartwarming, personal, compassionate and a unique window into the daily life of a non-binary spiritual practitioner.
‘What I’d like to do is offer ongoing support for a community that in turn supports me. I believe in a healer for every village, so this subscription has essentially become my village.’
So if you’ve been seeking a guide for your journey of self development, then this is the subscription for you. Available now for £9.99 per month at www.robert-grey.com
’I mean, it doesn’t hurt to have a compassionate psychic in your corner, right?’
Alex created Otherness in 2018.
Coming from a background working in communications and events, she wants to build a community of trust, a place where everyone, now matter their backgrounds or how they identify, can explore alternative wellbeing.