Rabbi Rami: Your new book, Better Than Sex: The Ecstatic Art of Awakening Coaching , lays out a powerful and practical model for living. Let’s start with the basics. What do you mean by “awakening”?...
1. In your latest book, you set out to walk the Camino de Santiago. How did this pilgrimage help you regain your spiritual footing amid years of personal suffering? The time alone, walking in nature, that the pilgrimage allowed quieted my mind and allowed me to get in touch with so many parts of my life that I had either ignored or banished because I felt wounded or ashamed. In its place, I found a renewed sense of self-love and compassion and my heart opened to find the same for all people...
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