Read Break the Norms: Questioning Everything You Think You Know About God and Truth, Life and Death, Love and Sex Online Free - Have you ever felt like you're living out a script written for you by others-in your work, your relationships, or spirituality? "To break through the norms we've been conditioned to believe is an act of rebellion," writes Chandresh Bhardwaj. "It is not about being stubborn or 'bringing down the man.' It's about following your soul's deepest longing. It's about making a decision to question what you've been told is true."
There are no "right answers" in spirituality, but asking the right questions can help us discover who we are and what we are becoming. In Break the Norms, Chandresh illuminates the unconscious beliefs we carry about matters of sex, death, love, ego, God, and gurus-then offers penetrating questions and self-inquiry practices to help us separate our own truth from the products of the status quo. Here is the long-awaited fist book from a compelling new teacher-and a clarion call to embrace our own spiritual authority.
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February 09, 2017
Did not finish
August 21, 2015
Chandresh Bhardwaj was raised by Catholic nuns, but found his solace in Hinduism. His family line consists of traditional Indian gurus, and the author continues that tradition. In Break the Norms: Questioning Everything You Think You Know About God and Truth, Life and Death, Love and Sex, he firs...
January 16, 2016
I am so in love with Chandresh Bhardwaj 's New Book!
All my life I have questioned what I have been told.
It was always hard for me to believe the stories and ideas I heard from my modern orthodox monotheistic upbringing. When I watched television, read books, or looked at magazines, I wondered why...
May 09, 2016
I got this book at the library, but might be inclined to buy it in hopes that I would reread and actually put into practice many of his suggestions. Definitely an improvement over most of the "spiritual" books I pull off the new book shelf.