Streetwise Philosophy (A Bullshit-Free Approach to Spiritual Maturity)

It's time to wake up.
Our planet is heading in a dangerous direction and the time has come for us, collectively, to become more aware of the predicaments we face and to do something about them.
Only self-awareness, personal responsibility, and the ability and willingness to venture beyond appearances will make the difference. Streetwise Philosophy will help you take the first steps. More

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About Dana Gore

Dana Gore is a health and fitness professional, author, wellness coach and freelance writer, fascinated by human consciousness.

She provides a practical and realistic approach to healthy living and self-awareness and is the creator of iammyimagination.com which is a blog dedicated to healthy living, creativity and personal development.

It is her stated aim to provide guidance to the public about how to achieve optimal health in a safe and structured manner.

Dana has had a love of writing for many years and has written hundreds of articles for many websites, blogs, magazines and digital newspapers. Her topics mainly center on her passions for healthy living, personal growth and development, and creative self-expression.

This love of writing and for helping others led Dana to write her first book, A Simple Guide to Exercise Safety (What You Don't Know CAN Hurt You), for which she received an award of merit. Inside she takes a look at taking back personal responsibility when you are exercising and it is suitable for fitness enthusiasts and those who make a living from that line of work.

Dana believes the body follows the guidance and instruction of the mind and spirit. She inspires her readers to seek inner peace as a means to well-being in all areas of their lives.
Follow Dana at iammyimagination.com for lots more information and inspiration.

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