|Joseph Dispenza's The Way Of The Traveler|
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Client: Avalon Travel Publishing
Book: The Way of the Traveler
By Joseph Dispenza
Subject Line: Free Review Copy: The Way of the Traveler
I am writing to offer you a free review copy of the new book, "The Way of the Traveler: Making Every Trip a Journey of Self-Discovery," by Joseph Dispenza.
Joseph Dispenza is an accomplished speaker on spirituality, a former monk, and an author. As the director of Life Path Retreat, Joseph teaches programs of self-discovery that offer you the opportunity to live a life that is more meaningful and alive. His book, "The Way of the Traveler" is about making every trip a journey -- a journey to raise consciousness, grow spiritually, and have a deeper life experience. And it's about setting goals to ensure that even the simplest or most mundane trip can bring new insights.
"The Way of the Traveler" includes short essays, exercises and affirmations to help make the time before, during, and after traveling more meaningful, and its a perfect companion for any type of trip -- near or far, short or long, business or pleasure.
For a free review copy of "The Way of the Traveler," (Avalon Travel Publishing, ISBN 1-56261-488-6, $14.95), or an interview with Joseph Dispenza, simply reply to this e-mail. If you publish a calendar of online events, we would appreciate a listing for Joseph Dispenza's chat tour:
Guest: Joseph Dispenza
Subject: The Deeper Meaning of Travel
December 14, 9:00 p.m., Eastern Time
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December 21, 3:00 p.m., Eastern Time
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Author of the New Book:
THE WAY OF THE TRAVELER
Making Every Trip a Journey of Self-Discovery
The Deeper Meaning of Travel
The Deeper Meaning of Travel
When the trip is over, do you wonder if it really happened? Have you ever experienced that empty feeling? In his new book, "The Way of the Traveler: Making Every Trip a Journey of Self-Discovery," Joseph Dispenza shows us how we can make every trip a journey -- a journey to raise consciousness, grow spiritually, and have a deeper life experience. Join Joseph for a chat and discuss how to spiritualize your travel and make each trip -- no matter how mundane --more meaningful.
Our guest tonight is Joseph Dispenza, an accomplished speaker on spirituality, a former monk, and author. As the director of LifePath Retreats, Joseph teaches seminars on mind-body healing and guides others on their paths of spiritual unfolding.
His twelfth and newest book is "The Way of the Traveler: Making Every Trip a Journey of Discovery" (Avalon Travel Publishing). Dispenza feels there's more to traveling than getting from point A to point B and back again. For him, every part, from planning and packing, to the reflection and retelling of the tales, ages after the trip, are consciousness-raising, spiritually fulfilling experiences.
Join us to discuss your joys and wonders (even frustrations) with your traveling experiences -- ones that led you to discover a deeper meaning of travel. Welcome to our forum Joseph!
SAMPLE CHAT QUESTIONS:
Why is it important that I incorporate spirituality into my physical traveling?
What kinds of things should I be paying attention to on my trip? What about at my destination?
What is your thought process for choosing the right gifts to bring on a journey and presenting them?
How does gift giving fit in with spirituality? What are some gifts that you recommend for giving?
What are some spiritual guidelines for coping with the physical discomforts of travel like delays, exhaustion, motion sickness, crying babies, etc?
Shorter trips, like business travel seem to offer the largest level of annoyance for the smallest amount of personal satisfaction. How can I counteract that?
What has been your greatest obstacle on your personal travels?
Why isn't the journey over even though we've returned home?
Please describe what you would see as the perfect journey?
What are your travel plans for the future?
Joseph, thank you for showing us the Way!