Indie Spiritualist: A No Bullshit Exploration of Spirituality by Chris Grosso


Brutally honest and radically unconventional, Chris Grosso’s collection of stories and musings about his meandering journey of self-inquiry, recovery, and acceptance shows what it means to live a truly authentic spiritual life.

Set amongst the backdrop of Grosso’s original music (includ­ed for download via QR codes in the text), Indie Spiritualist encourages you to accept yourself just as you are, in all your humanity and imperfect perfection.

Chris Grosso is an independent culturist, freelance writer, spiritual aspirant, recovering addict, musician and serves as spiritual director for the interfaith center The Sanctuary at Shepardfields. He writes for Huffington Post, Rebelle Society, Origin magazine, Mantra Yoga + Health magazine and created the popular hub for all things alternative, independent, and spiritual with TheIndieSpiritualist.com. Chris’s debut book, Indie Spiritualist: A No Bullshit Exploration of Spirituality, earned him praise from Ram Dass, Tony Hawk, Ken Wilber, Publishers Weekly and more. A self-taught musician, Chris has been writing, recording, and touring since the mid-1990s.

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Published on Sep 2, 2014
Chris Grosso is an independent culturist, freelance writer, spiritual aspirant, recovering addict, and musician who serves as spiritual director for the interfaith center – The Sanctuary at Shepardfields. He writes for Huffington Post, Rebelle Society, ORIGIN magazine, Mantra Yoga + Health magazine and he created the TheIndieSpiritualist.com – a popular hub for all things alternative, independent, and spiritual. Chris’s bestselling debut book, Indie Spiritualist: A No Bullshit Exploration of Spirituality, earned him praise from Ram Dass, Tony Hawk, Ken Wilber, Publishers Weekly and more. A self-taught musician, Chris has been writing, recording, and touring since the mid-1990s.

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