The Books

Imperfect Spirituality: Extraordinary Enlightenment for Ordinary People

Pulling a raisin out of a two-year-old’s nose probably wasn’t on Buddha’s path toward enlightenment, but it was one of the obstacles on mine. For me, and many of the women I know, stuck raisins and the other imperfect, real-life moments provide the best – and sometimes only – shot at spiritual growth in a day.

Yet, we rarely see our imperfections as an opportunity for spiritual growth. Instead, we see them as something to hide, fix, change, deny. Then, we beat ourselves up over our flaws and mistakes. We feel guilty, inadequate, unworthy – and ultimately responsible for the failings of the entire world and the overcooked pasta dinner.

Imperfect Spirituality: Extraordinary Enlightenment for Ordinary People provides a new perspective by showing you that the very imperfections you’re trying to hide, are the ones that can put you on path of spiritual growth and greater well-being.

You can lead a healthier, happier, more authentic life by adopting useful and easy spiritual practices that will help you shed the life-limiting beliefs that keep you stuck and develop the courage to embrace all that you are. Our imperfections are not liabilities, they hold possibilities. Imperfection is the very pathway leading toward an authentic life. And Imperfect Spirituality is the guide to get you there.


How to Reach Enlightenment

How to Reach Enlightenment offers practical strategies for those who are ready to establish their own spiritual practice and create a more peaceful way of life.  The book covers everything from the basics of enlightenment and awakening to self-acceptance to meditation and mindfulness. It’s a straightforward spiritual approach so that you can get started with your practice today. Each chapter contains a case studies, practical exercises and quick reminders so that you can flip to any page and find the insight you are looking for in a moment. This is a primer for finding more peace and joy in your life today!

2 responses to “The Books”

  1. Andrea

    has this book been translated to Spanish?

    1. Polly Campbell

      Not that I know of Andrea. Would love to have the book published in Latin America, Spain and other countries. You can find it in German.

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