Every once in a while a book comes along that makes me step back, or even snaps my head back, gently, but just a little bit. Usually it occurs with some goose-bumps or an Uggah-Buggah feeling that lets me know I’m on track, or that what I’m reading has some real truth behind it.
We’ll today we’re all in for a very special treat. I’ve just finished a new favorite spiritual book. It’s like Eckhart Tolle Meets Tony Robbins…which is a very strange thing to say. But I just read one of the most beautiful spiritual books I’ve ever read, and what like most about it isn’t just the messages, which are beautiful beyond belief, but the how-to aspect, which is often lacking in great spiritual books, plus the mantras included to help me let go, reprogram, and dust-off the connection to what’s always, already there. Mantras. I love the mantras!
And so today I have the real honor of having Matt Kahn on our show. He’s a spiritual visionary, and the amazing author of Whatever Arises, Love That.
Today we’ll talk about embracing our hearts, loving whatever arises, and moving beyond victim-hood to empowerment and even ending spiritual codependency. Plus we’ll look at what flocks of geese and jackhammers have to do with love, what brick walls have to do with enlightment, and why fish tacos may have a taste that’s beyond belief.
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Discover The Life-Transforming Practice of Loving What Is & Give Your Heart Permission to Fully Open Up. You’ll Feel Liberated, at Greater Peace & Open to Life in an Entirely New Way of Being! Matt Kahn | Inspiration | Spirituality | Health | Self-Help