The Necessity of Risk
January 23, 2014
Hosted by John Earle
When we invoke mercy for ourselves and others, our entire world shifts into a kinder and more compassionate place. This week we will further our explanation and exploration of this powerful and life altering force. Then we will shift our focus onto the necessity of risk in our spiritual voyage. Without risk we will never progress. Trying to avoid risk and experience real growth is like trying to eat your cake and have it too. It can’t be done. But we still try, over and over.
Waking Up: Learning What Your Life is Trying to Teach You
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Your life is totally unique and wonderful. Every challenge in your life contains a lesson and, the greater the challenge, the bigger the lesson. Because you create your life through the actions you take, these lessons are unique to your life. That is why your life is your perfect teacher. In order to grow personally and spiritually, we need to know how to discover and use these lessons to manifest new, more powerful, and life affirming action. In this way the lessons become an opening into a deeper and more profound experience of life. When we take this path, we open to more joy, gratitude, freedom, fearlessness, love, kindness, compassion, and happiness, all the qualities and feelings we deeply desire. Bestselling author John Earle reveals how you can turn your life into your perfect, spiritual teacher, and remove the obstacles to the love, joy and bliss that we are all truly seeking. As we embrace and share this bounty, we discover the principal path into the deep meaning of life.
John Earle is a spiritual explorer, and bestselling Amazon Author. He has spent over 25 years as a relationship counselor, presenter and interpersonal communications consultant. His focus is the application of spiritual principals to everyday issues and challenges. He has experienced many well-known teachers in his exploration of spirituality and has produced and led numerous workshops and retreats himself. A Hospice volunteer for over 30 years, he and his wife recently started a hospice and health organization in Central America.