Five Spiritual Practices

by | Mar 9, 2017 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

Spiritual Practice

I have spent years of my life and many thousands of dollars on retreats and workshops in the hopes of finding the rare and elusive key to well-being.

I didn’t find it there.

It turns out that the key was hidden in plain sight and it looks like my life. The one I am already living. With all its weirdness and complexity and anxiety. This one.

And now the most amazing spiritual practices are little ways in which I have learned to harness exactly what is going on in my life to help me wake up to the truth about how things are and who I am.

These practices do not belong to me, they belong to the world. I am sure they have been discovered and lost and discovered and lost for as long as human beings have been searching for well-being.

If you’d like a free copy of the first five please click here and see if they resonate 🙂


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