ShamanTalk Episode 104
Things I Wish I’d Known AtThe Beginning Of My Spiritual Journey
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I didn’t realise how hard it would be.
At the start of my spiritual journey, I dove in headfirst. I read all of the books & listened to all of the podcasts.
I was taking in a huge amount of information but over time I started to realise that nothing was really changing for me.
I began to feel defeated and would beat myself up about my ‘lack of progress’.
Then one day it dawned on me:
I realised that I was reading about the work, but not actually doing the work!
There’s a huge difference there, and it’s one I wish I’d known at the start of my spiritual journey.
It would have saved me quite a lot of time and heartache.
In this week’s episode of ShamanTalk, I hope to be able to save you some time by telling you all about the eight main things that I WISH I had known at the start of my spiritual journey.
Perhaps you can learn from my mistakes and avoid some of the common pitfalls that can stall you on your spiritual journey?
I take a deep dive into these eight things I wish I’d known:
- The ups & downs – sometimes you’ll feel great, and other times you’ll feel awful and every emotion in between.
- Knowing that I would lose friends.
- How hard doing the actual work really is.
- How I worried about getting it right or wrong.
- Being anxious about how to trust my messages.
- How long personal transformation actually takes.
- How effective my ripples of change could be if I focused solely on myself.
- That many people would tell me their way was the right way and my way was the wrong way
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