Imperfect Spirituality Author Featured On PsychCentral in Time for Summer Solstice
Polly Campbell shares three ways to develop a spiritual practice on PsychCentral.
Berkeley, CA (PRWEB) June 21, 2014
I mperfect Spirituality author Polly Campbell was featured on PsychCentral to discuss three ways to develop a personal spirituality practice for those looking for ways to be more connected and grounded in life.
One immediate way to develop a spirituality practice is to become more aware. “Become aware of what you’re putting into your mind, heart and into your day," said Campbell. "Notice the routines you’re in and how you’re thinking of them," she added.
Another way to develop a spirituality practice is to journal, as it can help you gain clarity and connect to your spirit. Campbell recommends starting with these questions: “What did I learn about myself today? What is important to me now? What do I value now?”
Lastly, being curious can be a huge factor in developing a spiritual practice and discovering one's spiritual essence. “Do the things that ignite that and inspire you," Campbell said, adding that having fun is even a spiritual state.
With Summer Solstice today, Polly Campbell's advice comes at a perfect time to make a positive life-change with the turning of the season.
About Imperfect Spirituality
Imperfect Spirituality is "enlightenment for the rest of us" and filled with practical tips, dozens of examples, and anecdotes from real people who are striving to grow both spiritually and personally. Each chapter features fascinating research about how the mind body spirit connection really works as well as illuminating quotes and informative, easy-to-do takeaways from leading-edge academic and spiritual experts who both study and practice the techniques explored in the book. Imperfect Spirituality is also available as an audiobook.
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