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Jennie Lee is here to talk about her book Spark Change: 108 Provocative Questions For Spiritual Evolution. This book is yoga for the mind to spark change for vibrant living. By delving into any of the 108 questions, you will stir up energies to move forward in life with relative ease.
Jennie asks questions some of these questions
- At my core, what do I stand for?
- Are my thoughts helping me or hurting me?
- What do I need to act on today?
- What might be different if I replaced judgment with love?
- Can I be open to everything but attached to nothing?
- In what way an I keeping myself imprisoned?
This is just a small sample of the deep thinking thoughts that will spark change for vibrant living. Once you gain clarity, you have to opportunity to create your perfect life at your own pace. By discovering your fundamental values you live your truth, not the truth of mass mind consciousness.
Resilience has become one of the most critical emotional responses of our time. We’re inundated by the mention of the word in the news and social media. Although some may understand how to strengthen this emotional response in the short term, there’s no real explanation of building psychological resilience from the deepest reaches of our spiritual consciousness. The book provides yoga for the mind.
We cover many of the questions in the book and Jennie shares sage advice for navigating life. Remember you can not change someone else. Change lies within. There is a time and place for all conversations. Be cognizant and pick the time that you could actually be heard. Learn how to be non attached to any outcome and set healthy boundaries.
Jennie Lee is the award-winning author of True Yoga: Practicing with the Yoga Sutras for Happiness & Spiritual Fulfillment and Breathing Love: Meditation in Action. She is a recognized expert in the fields of yoga therapy and spiritual living. As a certified yoga therapist, she has taught classical yoga and meditation for more than 20 years and coached private clients in the practices that integrate life spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically. Her writing is featured regularly in national magazines such as Light of Consciousness and Yoga Therapy Today, and online at Yogapedia, Yoga Digest, mindbodygreen, and many more.