Discover Greater Happiness and Joy Now with Dr. Roger Teel, a spiritual leader who's worked with the Dalai Lama. Learn how to get in alignment, find your purpose, tap into the bliss, leave your worries behind, and live your greatest life! Inspiration | Motivation | Spirituality | Self-Help | Mindfulness
Whether you’re looking for greater happiness, inner peace, or to simply unshackle from the stress and anxiety of your life and to shine bright, then this is the interview for you!
Dr. Roger Teel, author of This Life is Joy helps you discover the secret to plugging in to inner happiness on a moments notice helping you rewire the mind, for a more joyous, richer experience.
Learn how to identify and move past limiting beliefs. And discover what’s really holding you back, from happiness, and from success in your life.
You’ll learn how to surrender to the moment, be happy in any experience, and get more of a “big picture” view, where everything does happen for a reason.
He discusses negative self-talk, screwing up, and how there’s really no such thing! And he talks about the importance of taking risks to truly live, and stepping outside our comfort zones.
He looks at how fear is a friend, and how miracles truly happen, if we put ourselves on our path. And he talks about how to discover our path and get into alignment with our highest purpose.
Plus self-love, opening your heart, living more heart-centered, and living from a place of joy.
If you’re looking for a handbook on happiness, or how to find peace, and live more fully in each and every moment, then this is the interview for you!
About Dr. Roger Teel:
As a global leader, Dr. Teel has served as Chairman of the International Board of Trustees for Centers for Spiritual Living, and is Co-founder of the Association for Global New Thought. In 1999, 2001 and 2004, Dr. Teel assisted in facilitating the Synthesis Dialogues with acclaimed global leaders including His Holiness, the Dalai Lama. He has served on the boards of the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado, the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence, the Foundation for Affordable Housing, and the Community First Foundation.