Life Shifting Changes through Non-Duality
Our belief systems are constantly evolving things, some of those beliefs changing perhaps not even on a conscious level. As you begin to embrace some of the concepts of non-duality and experience yourself and your life through that lens, the shifts can be profound. Joining us to discuss her own journey through organized religion to even firing God from her life and then on to non-duality is blogger, mother and author, Cheryl Abram.

Cheryl's journey is not unlike all of our's in some ways - struggles, confusion, even hardships. We all have questioned at times where God is, as did she. Listen in as she shares her journey while we investigate the role that thought structures and beliefs play in the approach to our lives and our understanding of whom we are within the world.

Cheryl's book, Firing God, will be out in the fall of 2014. You can find out more at www.firinggod.blogspot.com and it's available on Amazon here.

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