Dec. 13, 2022

S4 E14: Extraordinary Awakenings

S4 E14: Extraordinary Awakenings

Hope, inspiration, insights, compassion, poetry and a smile.

That’s what you will find in this special episode where I talk with my guest Dr Steve Taylor about spiritual transformation through trauma.

Extraordinary Awakenings is the title of his recent book, based on a study of numerous cases of people for whom a crisis situation they experienced was a catalyst for spiritual awakening and growth.

You will also learn:

  • What is spiritual science and why need it
  • What is Transformation Through Turmoil and how it bridges science  and spirituality
  • Why a total dissolution of the ego is necessary for the spiritual awakening
  • About the alchemy of acceptance
  • What are the key lessons we can embrace to raise the vibration of our life experience without having to wait for the the catalyst of a trauma

For the most enjoyable experience of this episode - make yourself a nice cup of tea, curl up under a warm blanket, put the headphones on and close your eyes :-)

There is a silver lining in every cloud no matter how dark it is, if you look at it from a different perspective.

Enjoy and please share!



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Dr Steve Taylor

Lecturer, Author, Poet

Steve Taylor PhD is a senior lecturer in psychology at Leeds Beckett University in Manchester, England. He is the author of 14 books on psychology and spirituality - which have been published in 20 languages.

Steve has written numerous articles and essays published in many prestigious academic journals and magazines including: The Psychologist, Philosophy Now, The Journal of Humanistic Psychology and The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology.

He regularly appears in the media in the UK, including on Radio 4’s The Moral Maze, BBC Breakfast, BBC World TV, Radio FiveLive and TalkRadio. He also writes blog articles for Scientific American and for Psychology Today. And – on top all of that , Steve writes poetry and has published three books with his poems.