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Episode 13: Finding Spiritual Growth in Unexpected ways

(Released August 31, 2015)

In episode 13, Jim1537 and his wife, Meremystic, discuss expectations about what kinds of circumstances and situations lend themselves to growing spiritually. And, surprisingly, the answers may not be what you think. They also discuss the steps available to help trigger, maximize and facilitate growth on the spiritual journey.

In this episode:

  • The directly spiritual path
  • The unexpected spiritual path
  • How relationships lead to growth
  • The lessons involved in difficult circumstances and events
  • Individual lessons and how they manifest in our journey.
  • Lessons of patience, tolerance and self esteem
  • Addiction: A Case study
  • and much, much more….

Those who are trying to lead a spiritual life place a great deal of emphasis on how we consciously cultivate our spirituality. Usually, we tend to think in terms of actions that we consider to be directly spiritual like yoga and mind-body integration, meditation, etc. In reality, that is only one of the ways we further our spiritual growth. By understanding the way that spiritual lessons and growth opportunities manifest in our life on a multitude of levels, we are able to maximize the integration of both our physical and spiritual lives.

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About Jim1537:

Jim1537 is an experienced psychic, spiritual medium, teacher and life coach who has provided personal consultations for over thirty years. His most recent book is When Our Pets Leave Us: Animals in the Spirit World. His first book, Why the Law of Attraction Isn’t Working for You, is also available as an e-book. To learn more about Jim and his gifts, visit jim1537.com. Jim also shares his insights on Twitter,  Tumblr, Instagram and Google+.

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