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30 Days to Your New Life w/ Anthony DeStefano | Physically Spiritual 110

This episode of Physically Spiritual is a conversation with Anthony DeStefano about his new book “30 Days to Your New Life: A Guide to Transforming Yourself from Head to Soul.” We discuss writing, an author's voice, the self-help industry, fasting, and the Catholic Church.

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Headings

1:45 How the Book Came from Life

6:15 The Structure of the 30 Days

10:00 A God-Help Program

12:25 Tony Robbins Meets Thomas Aquinas

17:15 The Confidence that Comes from Faith

21:15 Fasting for Health & Holiness

25:30 The Church Is a Map of Life


Notes



Get a Copy of 30 Days to Your New Life - https://sophiainstitute.com/product/30-days-to-your-new-life/



My Favorite Quote from 30 Days to Your New Life - “For goodness’ sake, look around you! Look at all those people jogging and dieting and juicing and eating vitamins and using twenty kinds of skin cream. They’re all trying to add a few years to their lives. Wonderful! God bless them! But even if what they’re doing is effective — and that’s debatable — what are they really gaining? If they do manage to live ten years longer, does it matter if those ten years are spent living as ignorant puppets? If those ten years are spent being fundamentally unhappy? If those ten years are spent being asleep? First wake up, and then worry about living longer!” p.10




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Keywords: 30 Days to Your New Life, self-help, fasting, Catholic Church

Keywords: 30 Days to Your New Life, self-help, fasting, Catholic Church



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