Spirit is “who we are on the inside. Living with spirit is the continual process of discovering who that inner voice is, and what they want, and going after those things.” - Emma Loewe
What happens when you deeply connect with your sense of spirit and spirituality? Who do you become?
To Emma Loewe, co-author of The Spirit Almanac: A Modern Guide To Ancient Self Care, connecting with your spirit is finding who we are when all of the outside influence is really stripped away. It’s when we are able to de-condition everything that society keeps telling us to be.
That inner voice that lives within us all is just yearning to come out, and there are many practices that can help you uncover it. Emma’s book is an incredible resource to help you on your personal spiritual journey, and on this episode of the open book journey, we speak with Emma herself to gain her insights and find out what value it holds for us all.
Emma Loewe is the Senior Sustainability Editor at mindbodygreen and received her B.A. in Environmental Science & Policy with a specialty in environmental communications from Duke University. To Emma, “returning to one’s spirituality is just really about questioning what it means to you to live a vibrant, happy life and never stopping asking those questions even when society might tell you that they’re not necessary.” Join Arun Sardana, founder of karuna, as he speaks with Emma about everything from breathwork and mantras to the full moon and rituals that can help you connect with your intuition.
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