INDIE SPIRITUALIST PDF
From a recovering addict, musician, and tattooed indie culturist: a guidebook for today’s generation of spiritual misfits who crave a dogma-free path. Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. Grosso, who contributes to Huffington Post and other media Indie Spiritualist guides readers to greater awareness and love.” ( Ram Dass, author of Be Here Now) “You awaken your True spirit by way of the. Indie Spiritualist has ratings and 33 reviews. Anastasia said: Author Chris Grosso Separates the Wheat From the BullshitWith a table of contents th.
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But I can’t stay mad at you I gave up on those after a few times. Loved his transparency and honesty and spirituallst to help others using his buddhist learnings.
Beside myself right now in humility and gratitude. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Dec 06, Camilla rated it liked it. I did appreciate much of what he wrote regarding spiritualism though. He has a warmth and a passion for sharing his story and this comes through within Indie Spiritualist. Tommy is the founder of Recovery 2. Through commentary, interviews and ragged truth-telling, the Indie Spiritualist podcast offers raw and real experiences and insights from an eclectic mix of artists, musicians, yogis, skateboarders, actors, spiritual teachers and more.
I don’t care how special your personal philosophy is, if you can’t write you spiritualis write. You bet… and David talks about his personal experiences with them, noting particularly how they led to his meeting Ram Dass, Krishna Das and more for the first time. Very grateful for his contributions.
It is an accessible spiritual book for both youth and those who are young at heart. Chris indue very humble and self-effacing but he should be very proud of this book.
I love how brutally honest he is, not covering it up with bullshit to make it seem like it was better than what it was. The series tracks Jonas as he travels across the country in search for people whose lives are forever changed by breakdown and breakthrough experiences.
Tommy Rosen is a yoga teacher, writer, and addiction recovery expert who has spent the last two decades immersed in yoga, recovery and wellness. He wore the Saucony.
His appreciation for personal truth and deeper meaning has spirituualist a compass for his fiction and non-fiction work. Chris didn’t write a memoir. It has opened my spirjtualist so much compared to other books I have read. Chris and I have a lot in jndie including interests in the art world. I was captivated from beginning to end.
He presents workshops annually at Esalen, and Kripalu. Aug 15, Heather Key marked it as to-read.
Chris Grosso The Indie Spiritualist
He shortly there after mentioned Neil Inde, Pema, and Noah and won back my heart. Mar 03, Joran Spiritualjst rated it liked it. In that case it would only deserve two stars for its wannabe status. As if, non-conformists needed validation in the first place. I can totally understand how this book may not work for everyone, but for me imdie was spot on.
Apr 17, Sara Rietsch rated it it was amazing. Keli is an ex-punkrocker, mother of three amazing kids. Sawyer is a popular speaker on the lecture circuit, having taught workshops at the Esalen Institute, the Kripalu Institute, and other such centers of psychological, spiritual and philosophical inquiry.
Jun 09, Craig Bergland rated it liked it Shelves: It’s an impressive project and helps take the reader and now listener onto another plane.
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Next thing that bugged me was that through out the whole book he tried to portrait himself as humble and ego-free yet he was dropping names of the artists and other influential people who he had a chance to work with, to impress his spirritualist.
A digital copy of this book was provided by the publisher through NetGalley for purposes of review.
In that case, this book will seem like an adequate introduction to contemporary spirituality written by a Brad Warner wannabe. Im 70 and I really enjoyed this book about Chris coming back from the edge and turning his life around and still staying himself.
Nov 10, Sharon rated it it was amazing Shelves: She also shares about the time she tried to describe to Krishna Das and his response. She and her husband Saci own Equal Vision Records.
My gratitude goes out to them as well as Chino Moreno for taking the time to do the interview! The only thing that kinda bugged me was the self-promotion of the author’s various projects.
I think this is one of those books that you either speaks to you or just doesn’t. I enjoyed this book for its honesty and giving a name to the spirituality I have practiced for years.
His journey was a cycle of detention, detox, rehab, release, suffering and repeat on a path littered with some scary, dark places.