Key Takeaways To Tune In For
- [01:00] Dr. Graigie’s background
- [03:30] Spirituality vs religion
- [05:55] Why people should care about their spirituality
- [07:15] Does spirituality translate to good physical health
[11:15] What are some spiritual approaches that are easy to implement
- [17:30] There is no right way to stating your spiritual journey
- [20:20] Focusing on bettering one area of your life will naturally better other areas
- [22:00] How Dr. Craigie was inspired to write his book Weekly Soul
- [27:24] Why focusing on one theme for a week vs a quote of the day is more beneficial
- [29:45] Why we more from what we say and do
- [31:15] “When Native American medicine men talk to the sick, they usually ask three questions: When was the last time you sang? When was the last time you danced? When was the last time you told your story?” -Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
Resources talked about in this episode
- Guest website – Goodness Of Heart
- Guest book – Weekly Soul: Fifty-two Meditations on Meaningful, Joyful, and Peaceful Living and Positive Spirituality in Healthcare
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