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Joseph Dispenza
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In addition to Joseph Dispenza's writing, lecturing and administration work, Dispenza is also a spiritual coach. He works with clients over the phone in one-hour or half-hour sessions.

According to Dispenza, a full, rich, and gratifying life experience depends upon developing all the areas of your multi-dimensional self: body, mind and spirit. "Spiritual coaching can help you expand and strengthen the spiritual dimension of your life," he says.

Dispenza spent eight years living the fullness of the spiritual life in a monastery. He also has 35 years of personal spiritual practice. He is a teacher and author of 12 books on subjects related to personal transformation and living a higher quality of life.

Says Dispenza: "I see spiritual coaching as distinctly different from consulting, therapy, or religious counseling — and different from the advice you might receive from a best friend.

"Spiritual coaching is rather like consulting," he adds. "However, in this case, the coach stays with the client to help implement the new skills, changes and goals, to make sure that they really happen.

"Spiritual coaching is not therapy," he continues. "A spiritual coach does not work on 'issues' or get into the past or deal much with understanding human behavior. That knowledge may come as clients move forward toward personal goals that will give them the life they really want, but it is not the focus of a coaching relationship.

"A spiritual coach is not advancing any particular religious belief or system of morals," Dispenza adds. "On the contrary, all religious traditions are respected. Religions include spirituality as their content. Spiritual coaching is about getting in touch with that spirituality that is common to all religions, and to all of us, regardless of our personal histories with or without religion.

"A best friend is wonderful to have," he says. "But a best friend usually is not a professional who you will trust to work with you on the most important aspects of your life. It's best to have both — a best friend and a spiritual coach."

For more information, contact Dispenza at 505-983-3411 or: jdispenza@aol.com.



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