This Guide is not about religion.
It’s about Spiritual Living which is: being as healthy as possible every day in every way.
Even if you are an agnostic, atheist, skeptic or unbeliever, you will find things to do embedded in these suggestions to improve your life and become healthier than you are today or, in some cases, healthier than you have ever been.
If you are involved in a faith-based community, as I have been all of my life, you will find this Guide helpful as you fine-tune, tweak, revise and update your spiritual path. If this Guide were a course at a university, it would be a first-year class with a 101 designation.
My purpose here is to point you in the direction you currently wish to go. Each suggestion provides just enough information to get you started and will take you where you can do more research, discovery and participation on your own.
When a couple contacts me about conducting their wedding (it is usually the bride), we set up an initial meeting by phone, Skype or in person. Among other things, I let them know they have 100 percent editorial control over every word spoken during the ceremony. Therefore, they will get the exact ceremony they dream of having.
While using this Guide, you have 100 percent editorial control over every aspect of the spiritual path you are about to create. And it remains flexible with exchangeable parts for your entire lifetime. The spiritual path you create today will simply be the foundation for the one—or ones—you create later.
Throughout this Guide, there are numerous opportunities to answer questions or make personal notes. Take advantage of every opportunity. The more you do so, the more valuable this Guide will become to you.