Spiritual teacher Jeff Foster is the author of the enlightening audiobook "Falling in Love with Where You Are." A former astrophysics scholar at Cambridge University, Jeff encourages us to break free from preconceived notions about life, liberate ourselves from the shackles of past and future thinking, and dive into the rich tapestry of sensations, feelings, and thoughts present in the here and now. In this excerpt from Falling in Love with Where You Are, he proposes an experiment to discover the freshness and vitality inherent in each moment. Embark on a transformative journey as we explore the art of living beyond your comfort zone. While the familiar may be reassuring, the real magic happens when we step outside the confines of what we know. Join us as we share an engaging excerpt from the witty audiobook "How to be Miserable: 40 Strategies You Already Use" by psychologist Dr. Randy Paterson. Discover the art of breaking free from comfort zones and embracing a technicolor life, where new experiences become the canvas of your personal growth. You can tap into the deepest parts of your mind and find purpose through meditation. Meditation can help you to discover your true desires and dreams. And the best part? Meditation comes with a whole heap of benefits—not just finding your purpose! Today's excerpt is from the popular audiobook ”
Why?: What Your Life is Telling You About Who You Are and Why You’re Here”. Let’s take a deep breath and learn how to use meditation to align your actions with what truly matters to you. Today we’re sharing an excerpt from the audiobook Why?: What Your Life is Telling You About Who You Are and Why You’re Here. This excerpt discusses the six great archetypal pathways that can help you to express your talents and realize our mission: the teacher/communicator, the healer/peacemaker, the warrior/guardian, the explorer/scientist, the builder/ organizer, and the artist/designer. The wisdom of these archetypes can be a helpful guide in finding your true path in life. Where is your mind right now? Are you thinking about the future? Or maybe your mind is in the past? When you are mindful, your mind is focused on right now. Psychologist Dr. Susan Albers offers helpful advice about staying in the present moment from her audiobook "Eating Mindfully." We all face grief and loss, but if we can turn towards it, and listen to it, it may reveal hidden gold. Spiritual teacher Jeff Foster is the author of the popular audiobook "Falling in Love with Where You Are." He studied astrophysics at Cambridge University and holds meetings, retreats, and private sessions around the world, pointing people back to the deep acceptance in this present moment. In this excerpt from his audiobook, he shares profound insights about what can be found at the very bottom of grief and loss. We hope you'll find comfort in his inspirational words!