While much less tangible, it’s no less important
by Chris Martenson
Chris Martenson’s Peak Prosperity
This podcast requires a special introduction because it is reflective of a side of myself that I have often alluded to, but largely kept private until now.
And that is my searching for personal insight, meaning, and deeper inner fulfillment. I’ve been actively and intensively exploring this area for roughly 5 years.
Some might call this a spiritual questing, while others would call it inner tracking. Either way, this part of my life involves building my emotional IQ and resilience.
It is perhaps the hardest, bravest,and most important work I’ve ever undertaken. It requires being willing to face my own deepest shadows, beliefs, and sources of grief.
In this interview with Teal Swan, a modern spiritual teacher and catalyst, I use this quote by Carl Jung: