This week, Sah welcomes Ben Decker, a world-renowned meditation teacher, a United Nations Sustainable Development Goals activist, and the best-selling author of multiple books, including his most recent release, Modern Spirituality: A Guide to the Heart of Mindfulness, Meditation, and the Art of Healing. Ben is also a political candidate running for the 2021 Presidential Seat of the Venice Neighborhood Council in Los Angeles, CA.
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This week, Sah and Ben discuss...
How to generate ecstatic gratitude through your actions
Ben’s evolution from a conservative Mormon childhood to gay spiritual leader
New perspectives on forgiveness
Seeing challenging people as a mirror to our minds
Community care: the necessary intersection of spirituality and politics
Voting as a spiritual act of service
Ben's recipe for powerful prayer
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