Our society is permeated with the indoctrination that we should be striving for something we're not. We are taught that being who we are is unacceptable. No matter what we do, we think we should be doing more. We are made to believe that we need to be fixed and that we should be anxiously engaged in that process. If we ever feel that we are finally getting a handle on a perceived weakness, there will just be another one waiting in the wings to reveal further failure and inadequacy. We have all been thrown into a race that we are not capable of winning. It is an insane way to live, yet so many have bought into it.
How do I stop my thoughts? And how does observing our thoughts enhance our spiritual growth? These questions along with many others are answered in a concise and effective way in The Seeking Soul. In this informative guide, author Brad Flinders addresses a myriad of topics relating to spiritual development such as how to find the stillness within, how to more effectively trust life, how to subdue the ego, and how to love ourselves unconditionally.
The Seeking Soul begins by taking you through the author’s spiritually driven path of seeking for answers while being a devoted Mormon. The journey then proceeds through those experiences and lessons that opened him up to a new way to view life. It then delves into the insights resulting from a lifetime of seeking, including how to live in harmony with the flow of life and how to find gratitude.
Through the insightful and amusing stories and informative viewpoints, Flinders provides a unique insight into following a well-defined path designed for the spiritual growth of the seeking soul.
About the Author
Brad Flinders received a masters degree in education from Brigham Young University in 1988. He has been a seeker of truth his entire life and a school teacher for 25 years. Brad and his wife Melece reside in rural Utah along with two of their eight children and fifteen cats.