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 Polly Campbell, author of Imperfect Spirituality: Extraordinary enlightenment for ordinary people, plenty of opportunities for spiritual growth and personal development. In her book it Campbell shows how to integrate those real-life moments with spiritual practices and growth strategies that can help create a life of greater peace, joy and vitality.
Campbell is also a professional speaker and instructor with The Daily Om. Her writing appears regularly in national magazines and she has tested and tried many of the self-improvement strategies she writes about in her own quest to find more happiness, tranquility — and some days just socks that match. She is a writer, wife, mother, cat-litter changer, and avid player of Candyland from her home in Portland, OR.
Our personal growth and spiritual development doesn't have to be limited by our busy schedules. Instead we can easily integrate spiritual practices and self-help strategies to amp up our life experience smack-dab in the middle of the day. This blog will explore ways of doing that and offer up some ideas and insights that might just make this whole life experience feel a little more creative, fun, inspiring.