How does one apply Spirituality and Spiritual Behavior into a practice to enhance our own lives?
David Rossi learned a definition of happiness growing up in the grotesque wealth and golden handcuffs of Silicon Valley. Was what he learned a definition that provided true stability, sustainability, and everlasting internal happiness? No. While this talented hardworking man set out to collect the trappings of success, he did everything but just that. Along the way, David amassed substantive wealth, a company, a beautiful wife, three kids, a big house, boats and vacation homes. But he also picked up depression, anxiety, poor health, high blood pressure and eventually lost it all, including the death of his best friend dying, fighting among his family, and a disabling injury requiring back surgery.
The losses in his life offered the kind of suffering that eventually turned into contemplation and motivation for change. David explored all realms of possibilities towards finding true everlasting happiness. His goal to apply these lessons to his life. As he engrossed himself in a multitude of self-help books, philosophers and spiritual teachers, he found wisdom, consciousness and answers.
What David discover is that the wisdom he collected needed a practice. The Imperative Habit is the practice of applying the teachings he learned. Some lessons from texts are 100s or even 1000s of years old. David turned these lessons into the Imperative Habit to turn his life around. And now he has found and lives with sustainable, internal happiness. The book is a ‘How to” towards transforming your own life from wherever it is into more.
The lessons work, the practice solidifies them, and the application of these practices are endless towards Happiness, Health, Love, and Success.