We’ve all heard the saying that we should follow our bliss. The idea that following our bliss will guide and navigate us to our true purpose and fulfillment in life is wildly popular. It’s also wildly wrong in some very important ways, ways that are causing harm, suffering, and confusion to many. In this edgy but sincere talk, we’ll swim against the popular stream and explore why following your bliss is bulls#@!. We’ll look at the reasons it’s bulls#@! and what you can do to gain true guidance instead.
What You’ll Learn
- Why the admonition to follow your bliss can lead to a number of serious errors in your life, spiritual and otherwise.
- How to get a grounded sense of your true soul purpose
- Why you need a strategy to be able to practically express your deepest soul desires and purposes.
Who Is This For?
For spiritual seekers looking to connect to a deeper sense of their purpose, passion, and core sense of self. For those who’ve sensed something essential is missing in their spiritual practice but aren’t sure what it is. Most importantly, it’s for anyone whose followed their bliss and found it unfulfilling or incomplete.
￼Chris Dierkes is a long time spiritual practitioner and teacher. Raised in the Roman Catholic tradition, he has had a lifelong love affair with the Christian mystical tradition. He is, however, also well versed in a diverse range of lineages and teachings. In particular, he’s a strong advocate for shamanic forms of healing work and consciousness. He’s also a Reiki Master, in three lineages of Reiki.
Chris spent four years living as a monk in early his twenties and later worked for three years as an Anglican priest in Vancouver. He has recently begun his own private practice in soul readings and clearing work. He marries the best of the ancient forms of knowing with a very contemporary look and feel, speaking a language of 21st century spirituality. His work is deeply rooted yet open and exploratory, disciplined and intentional yet always remaining lighthearted.
Chris is a soul interpreter and energy healer. He speaks the language of both the soul and the spirit and empowers others to learn the language and symbolism of the soul and the spirit. He writes on topics of contemporary spirituality, including the intersection of pop culture and spirituality, as well as the connection between spirituality and economics, social justice, and politics.
For heartfelt praise for Chris’ work, see the testimonials page.