Embracing Intuition at Midlife

Embracing Intuition at MidlifeAs spirituality goes mainstream, there is much talk about “living your dharma”. But what does that really mean?

René Guénon, in Introduction to the Study of Hindu Doctrines, defines dharma as “the essential nature of a being, comprising the sum of its particular qualities or characteristics, and determining, by virtue of the tendencies or dispositions it implies, the manner in which this being will conduct itself, either in a general way or in relation to each particular circumstance.”

This definition suggests that there is a ‘right way of living’ or ‘path of righteousness’ that is specific to each individual. It is through listening to and cultivating our unique characteristics that our dharma (the actual work) and our dharma path (the way it expresses) unfold.

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  1. […] I hope you’ll find comfort and support in this article I wrote for E.P.I.C. magazine Embracing Intuition at Midlife: The Key to Living your Dharma. It’s all bout using intuition as a guide through transitions so that your soul may truly […]

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