The Indie Spiritualist is Now On Be Here Now Network!

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June 26, 2016
Chris Grosso Be Here Now
Every generation needs teachers, and now, the heart-centered teachings from today’s wisdom keepers in spirituality, mindfulness and meditation will be accessible all in one place. Chris will be sharing his teachings on Be Here Now Network along with a growing community of experienced teachers that already includes Ram Dass, Krishna Das, Jack Kornfield, Sharon Salzberg, Joseph Goldstein, Lama Surya Das, Mindrolling with Raghu Markus, and Danny Goldberg. Be Here Now Network’s heart-mind wisdom surrounding love, service, compassion and mindfulness will be easily accessible to everyone on a platform to engage spiritual seekers like you in a variety of insightful, powerful and entertaining teachings. BHNN will offer exclusive podcasts, courses and live events, articles, words of wisdom, live online podcasts and meditations. Check out the latest Indie Spiritualist podcast on BeHereNowNetwork.com/ChrisGrosso and be sure to sign up for our email list to gain access to exclusive offerings that will help us all keep our lives in balance. Click here for a recently featured compassion practice with Chris.
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Chris Grosso is a public speaker, writer, recovering addict, spiritual director, and author of Indie Spiritualist: A No Bullshit Exploration of Spirituality (Beyond Words/Simon & Schuster) and Everything Mind: What I've Learned About Hard Knocks, Spiritual Awakening and the Mind-Blowing Truth of it All (Sounds True). He writes for ORIGIN Magazine, Huffington Post, and Mantra Yoga + Health Magazine, and has spoken and performed at Wanderlust Festival, Yoga Journal Conference, Sedona World Wisdom Days, Kripalu, Celebrate Your Life and more. Chris is passionate about his work with people who are in the process of healing or struggling with addictions of all kinds. He speaks and leads groups in detoxes, yoga studios, rehabs, youth centers, 12-step meetings, hospitals, conferences, and festivals worldwide. He is a member of the advisory board for Drugs over Dinner.

Chris Grosso Inspirations with Lisa Garr Episode Preview

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April 20, 2016

This was a fun shoot I did with Lisa Garr last November for her show Inspirations while in Phoenix, AZ. Check out the full episode HERE!

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Chris Grosso is a public speaker, writer, recovering addict, spiritual director, and author of Indie Spiritualist: A No Bullshit Exploration of Spirituality (Beyond Words/Simon & Schuster) and Everything Mind: What I've Learned About Hard Knocks, Spiritual Awakening and the Mind-Blowing Truth of it All (Sounds True). He writes for ORIGIN Magazine, Huffington Post, and Mantra Yoga + Health Magazine, and has spoken and performed at Wanderlust Festival, Yoga Journal Conference, Sedona World Wisdom Days, Kripalu, Celebrate Your Life and more. Chris is passionate about his work with people who are in the process of healing or struggling with addictions of all kinds. He speaks and leads groups in detoxes, yoga studios, rehabs, youth centers, 12-step meetings, hospitals, conferences, and festivals worldwide. He is a member of the advisory board for Drugs over Dinner.

Wanderlust Storyteller Sessions: Chris Grosso

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April 11, 2016

Here’s a fun little video I shot while presenting at Wanderlust VT’s event a little while back.

To see the entire post on Wanderlust’s website, click HERE!

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Chris Grosso is a public speaker, writer, recovering addict, spiritual director, and author of Indie Spiritualist: A No Bullshit Exploration of Spirituality (Beyond Words/Simon & Schuster) and Everything Mind: What I've Learned About Hard Knocks, Spiritual Awakening and the Mind-Blowing Truth of it All (Sounds True). He writes for ORIGIN Magazine, Huffington Post, and Mantra Yoga + Health Magazine, and has spoken and performed at Wanderlust Festival, Yoga Journal Conference, Sedona World Wisdom Days, Kripalu, Celebrate Your Life and more. Chris is passionate about his work with people who are in the process of healing or struggling with addictions of all kinds. He speaks and leads groups in detoxes, yoga studios, rehabs, youth centers, 12-step meetings, hospitals, conferences, and festivals worldwide. He is a member of the advisory board for Drugs over Dinner.

Be The Goddamn Phoenix

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March 14, 2016

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There may be no greater understatement than that of “life is hard,” and yet, it might be the one undeniable universal truth that we all share. Life is hard; it’s so goddamn hard. It demands everything of us, but what happens when we’re not ready, or able, to show up and offer life our entire everything? Speaking from my own personal experience, it breaks the heart. For some, this break may be a little, while for others, it may be a lot. For most of us, we’re not even aware the break is happening. And this is very understandable as we’re caught up in the business that is life, which makes perfect sense because it’s what we’ve known our entire lives. That is, until it doesn’t make sense anymore.

I believe there are times in every single one of our lives where we have “moments of clarity”. For some, it may be while staring down the barrel of a gun, while for others it might be while listening to a particular song, or teaching, hiking in nature, making love or any other number of things. Whatever the cause, life is full of moments of clarity, or “awakening”. And it’s thanks to those brief moments of clarity and awakening that guide us to cultivating greater compassion, loving-kindness, and connection with ourselves, with others, and with life as a whole.  (more…)

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Chris Grosso is a public speaker, writer, recovering addict, spiritual director, and author of Indie Spiritualist: A No Bullshit Exploration of Spirituality (Beyond Words/Simon & Schuster) and Everything Mind: What I've Learned About Hard Knocks, Spiritual Awakening and the Mind-Blowing Truth of it All (Sounds True). He writes for ORIGIN Magazine, Huffington Post, and Mantra Yoga + Health Magazine, and has spoken and performed at Wanderlust Festival, Yoga Journal Conference, Sedona World Wisdom Days, Kripalu, Celebrate Your Life and more. Chris is passionate about his work with people who are in the process of healing or struggling with addictions of all kinds. He speaks and leads groups in detoxes, yoga studios, rehabs, youth centers, 12-step meetings, hospitals, conferences, and festivals worldwide. He is a member of the advisory board for Drugs over Dinner.

The Healing Journey with Chris Grosso – Episode 8: Mary O’Malley

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March 9, 2016

Episode Outline: In this episode of The Healing Journey, Sounds True author Mary O’Malley and I discuss her difficult childhood, which were plagued by drug, alcohol and food addictions; “The myth of not being okay,” which is a type of mindset that hopes that if we can just get our life the way you want it to be, then we will feel okay (which is never the case); fear and how we can learn to face it with a spirit of curiosity, ultimately helping us to find our way through it; “The Five Great Teachers”, which are designed to bring up what’s been bound inside of us and is asking for our healing and attention; “The Four Lets,” which are: 1) Let Life 2) Let It Be 3) Let It Go and 4) Let Go and much more.

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Chris Grosso is a public speaker, writer, recovering addict, spiritual director, and author of Indie Spiritualist: A No Bullshit Exploration of Spirituality (Beyond Words/Simon & Schuster) and Everything Mind: What I've Learned About Hard Knocks, Spiritual Awakening and the Mind-Blowing Truth of it All (Sounds True). He writes for ORIGIN Magazine, Huffington Post, and Mantra Yoga + Health Magazine, and has spoken and performed at Wanderlust Festival, Yoga Journal Conference, Sedona World Wisdom Days, Kripalu, Celebrate Your Life and more. Chris is passionate about his work with people who are in the process of healing or struggling with addictions of all kinds. He speaks and leads groups in detoxes, yoga studios, rehabs, youth centers, 12-step meetings, hospitals, conferences, and festivals worldwide. He is a member of the advisory board for Drugs over Dinner.