Last year during a Conversations on the Spiritual Path event in St.Charles, Missouri, an attendee asked the question on how does one separate the philosophy one was taught from that one has experienced in life. And if those two philosophies contradict one another what does a person do especially if one’s surrounding environment is not supportive of one’s experiential beliefs?
This talk is excerpt of a 2-hour Conversations on the Spiritual Path talk held at Jane’s House of Wellbeing in St. Charles, Missouri.
Talk duration: 7 min 18 secs
If the audio player is not displaying below you can listen to the talk by clicking on this link: Belief vs Experience
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