Change is Inevitable – Embracing Change Can Become Part of Your Spiritual Practice

Let’s face it – change is inevitable.  Not only is it a constant in today’s world, the rate of change is increasing exponentially.  Many of us, in our spiritual practice, seek serenity.  Maintaining a sense of peace and unity when everything around you bears a startling resemblance to a tornado may seem like an impossible task.

There’s a new book out that will change the way you think about spirituality forever. In
Evolutionary Enlightenment: A New Path to Spiritual Awakening, Andrew Cohen redefines spiritual awakening for our contemporary world—a world characterized by exponential change and an ever-expanding appreciation for the processes of evolution.

“Andrew Cohen has the pulse of modern life at his fingertips,” says Deepak Chopra, who wrote the foreword. “He made me believe something I long to be true: There has never been a better time to be enlightened.”

Why such high praise? Evolutionary Enlightenment offers a distinctly different
view from many of today’s most popular spiritual paths, which emphasize “being
in the present moment” in order to find peace and relief from the complexity of
our fast-changing world. In contrast, Cohen treats change not as something to be
avoided, or merely tolerated, but as an essential aspect of reality that needs to be consciously embraced.

Through five tenets for living an enlightened life, Cohen will empower you to
wholeheartedly participate in the process of change as your own spiritual
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