In his book “Man’s Search for Meaning,” Viktor Frankl documented his concentration camp incarceration during World War I. As a psychiatrist, he gave meaning to his terrible experience by observing his fellow inmates closely. What he discovered was those who made the conscious choice to give their lives meaning, survived at higher rates despite horrific conditions. Those for whom each day had no meaning slipped into despair and gave up. In the typical life, those with vibran
Rosanne posts her teachings and observations in this part of Essential Spirit. Enjoy her wisdom and learn from her years of study and practice.