Spirited Life Selah


 Exclamation from Hebrew selāh

(in the Bible) occurring frequently at the end of verses in Psalms and Habakkuk, probably as a musical direction, whose meaning is generally interpreted as “pause and listen” or as instruction to take a breath

A stress-reduction program and study

for United Methodist Church pastors in North Carolina

 from the Duke Clergy Health Initiative

“I’ve been looking for ways to help with my mental health. I do counseling, which is more of a top-down method looking at spiritual development. This workshop was looking body-up, and it was good to see how my body was feeling.”

— Selah pilot participant