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I'm Spiritual Dammit!: How to Keep Your Feet on the Ground and Your Head in the Stars By Jenniffer Weigel,

  • Title: I'm Spiritual Dammit!: How to Keep Your Feet on the Ground and Your Head in the Stars
  • Author: Jenniffer Weigel
  • ISBN: 9781571746344
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • Is it possible to be grounded AND have a rich interior life Is it possible to get through the day with poise when everything hits the fan Is it possible to have a spiritual life and not be a wing nut For Jen Weigel, the answer to all three questions is a resounding YES This is an honest, amusing teaching memoir rooted in Weigel s everyday experience as a mother, televiIs it possible to be grounded AND have a rich interior life Is it possible to get through the day with poise when everything hits the fan Is it possible to have a spiritual life and not be a wing nut For Jen Weigel, the answer to all three questions is a resounding YES This is an honest, amusing teaching memoir rooted in Weigel s everyday experience as a mother, television personality, and performance artist Weigel provides 13 common sense rules for developing a sane and satisfying interior life ranging from trust that you are where you are supposed to be in every moment to always look for signs, to don t get lost in a guru What makes this book so fun and refreshing is Weigel s voice and the fact that, in the words of one of her friends, she is a magnet for really bizarre shit Whether she is playing chicken with deranged Chicago drivers with Jesus Saves bumper stickers, trying to keep those extra pounds off, interviewing celebrities on television, or encountering the spirit of her dead father who keeps appearing in the guise of a cardinal a bird, not a prelate , Weigel maintains a zest for learning, living, and loving Her high spirited stories illustrate core life principles and convey an immediacy and energy that readers will find delightful.
    I m Spiritual Dammit How to Keep Your Feet on the Ground and Your Head in the Stars Is it possible to be grounded AND have a rich interior life Is it possible to get through the day with poise when everything hits the fan Is it possible to have a spiritual life and not be a wing nut

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    1. In full disclosurebI only read this book because I met the author on a girls weekend and she gave me a copy for my group That being said I really loved this book I laughed out loud so many times You know when you read a book and you can t stop thinking about it I am a realist so at first I was a lot sceptacal but after a while I was constantaly thinking on Jen and her experiences I even did the thank the universe in advance thing It didn t work and I rolled my eyes at myself but the point is it [...]

    2. When I sat down to read this book I have to admit I already had a positive impression of the author because I really enjoyed her first book Stay Tuned In a review I wrote about that title, I referred to the fact that I actually sat down and read the whole book over the course of a single day because the story really drew me in While I was expecting to enjoy I m Spiritual Dammit, I truly didn t anticipate reading it over the course of last night and today Sure enough, however, Jenniffer Weigel on [...]

    3. I don t typically read this type of book, but it was loaned to me by a friend I very much respect and whose sense of humor I appreciate It seemed like Weigel was taking a cue from M Night Shyamalan with her themes of I see dead people and reading signs when others would have simply seen them as coincidence There were some funny and clever anecdotes, but I felt she spent a good deal of the book discussing her connections and her career or lack of steady employment and insurance She does try to ex [...]

    4. I kept going back and forth with this book, definitely intrigued by what the author had to say about her own spiritual journey but also fighting my tendency to judge her for not seeming as actualized as I selfishly thought she should be For example, she heckles other drivers and calls on the Universe s powers to get good parking spots She also cusses a lot, which doesn t bother me in the least, but I somehow expected her, despite the title, to be , um, serene and dignified That s my problem, not [...]

    5. I tore through this book at lightning speed a funny, honest and thought provoking read that manages to plumb a lot of life s toughest religious spiritual questions without coming across as woo woo, guru or damn you not an easy feat Weigel manages to invite all the usual suspects to the discussion believers, scientists, scholars and scoffers and she tells their stories side by side perhaps because they all reside under her own skin She s a curious journalist, an ambitious actress who writes her o [...]

    6. Jennifer Weigel reached a point in her life where she realized that she needed to open herself up to possibilities and experiences that she never would have been open to before her father fell ill and passed away I feel like reading this book was very much like peeling off an opaque film to reveal beneath something that you weren t really sure was there Jennifer weigel surrounds herself with people who follow their intuition, and this is her story of learning to do the same If you are at all cur [...]

    7. I enjoyed the book a lot because I felt that the author, Jennifer, was talking about me She was on a spiritual journey trying to discover what she felt about the spiritual world vs religion Reading it made me chuckle from time to time because she was humorous about her experiences However, I gave it 4 stars because I was unable to really get into the book completely and had to force myself to read it to complete the book It was not because I did not like it I did enjoy it a lot and related a lot [...]

    8. For a thirty something, the author is well immersed in the coincidences that remind us of dead loved ones, who may or may not be influencing our lives from the other side A little too personal for my taste, nonetheless she demonstrates the typical struggle most of us have to not express anger while driving, frustration at lost income opportunities, etc The highlight for me was her description of the electrical charge or tingling vibration one can get when getting confirmation of one s thoughts o [...]

    9. A no nonsense look at one woman s pursuit of purpose and spirituality I really liked this book because Jenniffer barring the double f in her name comes across as very normal not the sort of person one would expect to read about talking to her dead father I appreciate her openness and honesty in her spiritual journey, while maintaining some sort of sanity and humility I loathed Eat, Pray, Love The subtitle says it all How to Keep your Feet on the Ground and your Head in the Stars.

    10. All in all I liked the book She s gone down a similar path that I did a few years ago Psychic, meaning of life, etc One thing I really enjoyed was when she was commenting on The Secret and how she thought it was a bunch of baloney Amen, sister I completely agree Not only is it bull, but it can really damage you emotionally Basically, everything bad that happens to you is because of your attitude Too much pressure and unfair She talks about synchronicity, signs All things for the most part, I agr [...]

    11. This was a great book and not at all what I expected This is of a collection of stories involving mediums, psychics, and her spiritual path The language is strong and unexpected in a book about one s spiritual path but I thought her stories were funny and ultimately the book is very down to earth and enjoyable.

    12. I was pleasantly surprised I m into all things woo woo, but unfortunately some writers in the genre just don t put on their thinking caps when they attempt to explain things out of the ordinary Thankfully, Weigel has the thinking cap on straight for 90 percent of the book, and an engaging delivery to boot.

    13. Entertaining I guess The author always seems to be screaming her conversations People in her life seem to be characters in stories to her and not real people Name dropping is her forte Easy fast read.

    14. It was just okay Lots of instances of synchronicity but found the author s colloquial style a little off putting.

    15. Well where do I begin It was a very emotional book and very interesting The book informed without preaching and I enjoyed reading it It was very uplifting whether you believe or not.

    16. This is a really fun book, though she sounds a little too braggy for me Maybe I m just too cautious about sharing this part of my life But it s good that so many people are helped by her work.

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