Author Archive for: Polly Campbell
Polly Campbell is a sought after motivational speaker and workshop leader and the author of two books, Imperfect Spirituality: Extraordinary Enlightenment for Ordinary People, (Viva Editions) and How to Reach Enlightenment, (Hodder).
She is a blogger at imperfectspirituality.com, and with the Huffington Post, and Psychology Today. Her magazine articles on personal development topics and spiritual practices appear regularly online and in national publications. She is also a teacher with The DailyOm, and the Growing Edge Institute.
Campbell regularly practices the things she writes and talks about. She lives in Oregon with her husband and daughter.
For more information, please visit imperfectspirituality.com.
Entries by Polly Campbell
You are good enough – right now. You are good enough to make a profound and positive difference in the world. You are good enough to love and be loved, to pursue your dreams, to achieve success, and live in peace and abundance and joy – right now. You don’t have to be anything different. You don’t have to go back to school, or meditate in Tibet, or lose 35 pounds. Nothing has to be perfect, or just right, or different then it is for you to know that right now, right in this moment, you are good enough to… Read more.
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