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Polly Campbell discusses her book, Imperfect Spirituality, ways we can all find enlightenment in our daily lives, the importance of celebrating imperfection, and much more!
Polly Campbell is a writer and speaker specializing in personal development and spirituality topics. Her work appears regularly in national publications, and she is a blogger with Psychology Today, contributor for Daily Om, and at Imperfect Spirituality. For more than two decades, Polly has studied and applied the techniques she writes and speaks about to her own life. Polly and her family live in Beaverton, OR.
This book and discussion could begin to change the way you see yourself and your relationship with God.
Conversations LIVE host Cyrus Webb talks with Polly Campbell about her book IMPERFECT SPIRITUALITY and how you can begin to get to a place of real happiness and peace.
Michael David Virtue here, welcoming you to the premier episode of my new show, Spirituality Matters, where I will be sharing some key insights and messages from the Angels as well as take calls from listeners on an open array of spiritually based topics!
I look forward to having you join me :)
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Polly Campbell to Conversations LIVE to discuss her book IMPERFECT SPIRITUALITY.
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We rarely see our imperfections as an opportunity for spiritual growth. Our guest tonight on Coach Cafe, Polly Campbell, will stand that idea on it's head! She will show us how our imperfections are not liabilities, they instead hold possibilities and can be the very things that put us on the path to our growth and well-being.
Polly is a well known speaker and writer, as well as a teacher with The Daily Om. Her latest book is Imperfect Spirituality: Extraordinary Enlightenment for Ordinary People and she will be speaking with us about how to be easier on ourselves and bring spiritual practices and growth into our lives in ways that work for us. You will love her gentle approach to evolving your life and living it consciously in each moment, even if you are dealing with dinner burning while the dog just threw up on the floor and the kids want your attention!
You can hear more from Polly and get her book on her blog at www.imperfectspirituality.com
Buddha probably never pulled a raisin out of a toddler's nose on his path toward enlightenment, but stuck raisins and other real-life moments have provided writer Polly Campbell plenty of opportunities for spiritual growth and self-improvement. Campbell’s articles on personal development topics and spiritual practices appear regularly in national publications and blogs and she is also a professional speaker who inspires and energizes audiences with a blend of wit and wisdom. She admits to practicing many of the things she writes and speaks about in her own quest to find more peace, happiness and sometimes just socks that match. The spiritual practices and personal development strategies she practices have also helped her cope with chronic illness – juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and a melanoma cancer scare. Despite these and the other every-day challenges, Campbell has consistently developed her own spiritual practice by adapting the most powerful principles to fit into her unpredictable lifestyle. Her down-to-earth, and imperfect yet practical, approach has helped others uncover their own greatest potential and live close to spirit. Campbell is also a multi-tasking wife and mother, an avid player of Candyland, a forever fan of University of Oregon Duck football and a reader of personal development and spirituality books from her home in Oregon.
Michael David Virtue here, welcoming you to my new show, Spirituality Matters, where I will be sharing some key insights and messages from the Angels as well as take calls from listeners on an open array of spiritually based topics!
This weeks show will highlight the importance of caring for the physical form.
I look forward to having you join me :)
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Live tonight @ 8 EST Scott Cluthe with Daryl & Tracy Strawberry as they discuss their book, The Imperfect Marriage.
A marriage guidebook for the not-so-perfect marriage—filled with extremely candid, practical, and biblically based principles—proven to make any relationship successful.
Darryl and Tracy Strawberry admit they have “made every possible mistake you can make in marriage.” Together, this devoted couple has suffered through—and survived—adultery, addiction, financial destruction, and many other all-too-familiar struggles.
A no-holds-barred account of their personal journey, The Imperfect Marriage provides a step-by-step program that will help you and your partner understand the key issues that could be causing damage in your relationship and recognize turning points on the journey toward marriage restoration. Darryl and Tracy Strawberry know firsthand what it takes to make it through the battle and how to come out victorious. Beginning with putting God at the center, their words will inspire you to transform your marriage into an enduring and vital relationship.
The Strawberrys keep it real and preach it real. They deal with real people, real problems, and offer solutions for the present. Through candid anecdotes, a great deal of self-awareness, and a true sense of honesty, Darryl and Tracy offer the vision, encouragement, and practical advice that every healthy marriage needs in order to thrive.
Join us this week as we have another great show planned for you. We welcome for the very first time the great Prof. James Small from Hidden Colors 2. The question we will ask is "What Is Afrikan Spirituality?" We commonly hear about all other types of religions. But you never really hear discussions about Afrikan Spirituality. So be sure to tell a friend and relative about this week's show. We will start at 6pm est. And our call in number is 619-393-2813.
Pulling a raisin out of a two-year-old’s nose probably wasn’t on Buddha’s path to enlightenment, but it was one of the obstacles for author Polly Campbell. For many people, stuck raisins and other real-life moments provide a day’s only opportunity for spiritual growth. Imperfect Spirituality shows readers how to integrate those everyday moments with traditional spiritual techniques to experience personal growth and greater well-being. Any activity can be transformed into a spiritual practice. Don’t have a half-hour to meditate? Can't drop everything à la Elizabeth Gilbert and trek to Italy? Find mini-meditation while stopped at a red light impossible? Start by brushing your teeth.Imperfect Spirituality is filled with practical tips and dozens of examples like these, as well as anecdotes from real people striving to grow both spiritually and personally. Polly Campbell emerges here as an important new voice in spirituality, offering enlightenment for "the rest of us."
Join Dr. Cheryl Cottle and guest Donya Zimmerman on Women in Business Radio on Monday 18 August 2014 at 11:00am EST, where they will be discussing: The Importance of Spirituality in Business. Dr. Cottle believes that for us to have balance, we must have spirituality in our life regardless of what we are doing. How important is it to have spirituality in one's life? How do we know that we are spiritual? Join Dr. Cottle and Donya Zimmerman as they explore this issue. Similar to Dr. Cottle, Donya Zimmerman also believes that spirituality has to be the core of who we are, so that we can find balance.
Dr. Cheryl Cottle is the Chief Executive Officer at Cottle's Professional Consulting, and the founder of Women in Business - - an online and off-line group.
Donya Zimmerman is the principle owner of Family & Community Mediation and Business Consulting. It provides mediation services and business consulting services to individuals, small businesses, non-profit organizations, and mid-sized businesses. Her services are organized into four areas: mediation, business information, minority owned business certification completion, and workshops/training seminars for potential business woners. Donya's business is located in Baltimore, Maryland. Donya is also a contributing writer with the Maryland Daily Examiner Newspaper.
Host: Dr. Cheryl Cottle
Guest: Donya Zimmerman
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