Why I Wrote the Book
I wrote this book as a road-map to help people understand themselves. It's aimed at giving you an integrative approach to spirituality. Meditation is all well and good, but it's only one of many steps in bringing spirituality fully into your life. Eating healthy and taking care of your body with exercise are just as spiritual as meditation, and in the book, I offer some tips and suggestions to help you see how it all interrelates. For too long, spirituality has been relegated to far off places or has been something that only happens one day a week, during which time some old dude tells you how awful you are and that you're going to a bad place after this life because you suck so hard. Not a whole lot of fun. Undoubtedly, it's why so many people have shunned religion, and it's probably part of why there's been this really strong push towards a secular society in Western Culture.
Putting all that aside, this book is built to meet you wherever you are at. It has 3 sections:
The Heal section comes into play once you know what's going on inside you. You can't really heal blocked issues and change things that need to be changed until you know what's going on. Once you can see that you have two broken legs, it's a lot easier to understand why you can't run, and in bringing awareness to the problem, you can figure out what needs to be done.
The Awaken section takes you that next step to embracing your fullness. It doesn't mean that you will "awaken;" it simply is helping you further cultivate that space of awareness in you so that you can more fully enjoy your life. Because at the end of the day, whether you are labeled as "awakened" or not doesn't matter compared to how much you love living your life.
Moving Into New Spaces of Being
I hope this spirituality book gives you the challenge, the tools, and the courage to move into new spaces of being. If you have any questions about the content, feel free to drop me a message. I am always happy to hear feedback and to address the needs that you have.
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