Rebecca Scolnick is a numerologist and witch who employs magic, storytelling, and her knowledge of numbers and witchcraft to support and inspire those looking to reclaim their freedom from the myriad of ways modern culture has taught us to hate ourselves, reject ourselves, and keep ourselves small. Connect with her online at www.rebeccascolnick.com.
David Gandelman is a spiritual teacher, the founder of The Meditation School app, and teaches meditation at Cornell University. With over 10 years of teaching experience, David has cultivated a program that connects meditation, introspection, and humor, to help people live a life filled with peace and purpose.
Visit him at www.meditationschool.us
Heather Archer is a workplace wellness coach with a mission to help others achieve work-life liberation. Learn more about her online workshops, speaking engagements, and sound healing sessions at www.thrivingwithheather.com.
Grind culture refers to the false belief that to be considered valuable or worthy in our society, one must be productive. Lurking in the shadow of capitalism, grind culture is accepted as normal, even necessary, and most people aren’t even aware of the harmful ways it impacts us.
Now, in The Grind Culture Detox, author Heather Archer exposes grind culture in all its complexity. Beginning with the history of grind culture in the United States, Archer explains how the poisonous legacies of stolen labor (chattel slavery) and stolen land (manifest destiny) have led to the exhausting workforce culture we have today.
While facing that history is an important first step, Archer goes further by offering a blueprint for how we can radically reorient our lives and fundamentally change our relationship with work and production forever. Utilizing nontraditional approaches such as somatics, sound healing, herbalism, and more, The Grind Culture Detox is an invitation to experience an inner revolution—one where you recognize yourself as a sacred being and acknowledge you are worth far more than what you produce.
Who am I? What am I here to do? How can I find happiness?
Spiritual teachers throughout millennia have taught that the answers to life’s biggest questions lie within. Meditation instructor David Gandelman has helped thousands access their inner wisdom through his online and in-person classes. Now, for the first time in book form, he explains how the key to answering these big questions and others like them can be found in understanding the seven archetypal energies that are inherent in each one of us:
While most people easily identify with one or two archetypes, according to Gandelman we actually possess all seven, and until we learn to access and nurture each energy within us our life can feel out-of-balance or unfulfilled.
The 7 Energies of the Soul offers a detailed guide to each of these critical energies and includes exercises and meditations that can help you evaluate your energetic strengths and weaknesses, find balance, and create a life that you love in the process.
Read this book and see yourself and others in an entirely new way.