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Highest Self Podcast®

Sep 27, 2020

Can you feel the spiritual chaos? In this episode, I share my download about why we need to move past dualistic thinking, labeling right or wrong and going down social media rabbit holes to try to figure out every single person’s opinion on every single subject.

We are hearing many different opinions, perspectives and “facts” right now and it’s hard for us to hear our own intuition among the noise. I share how to move past it, navigate these times and tune back into your dharma.

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