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#102 – Experiencing the Truth of You with Chess Edwards

Chess Edwards

My guest this week on the Curiosity & Consciousness podcast is Chess Edwards.

Chess is a Sedona-based spiritual guide and meditation teacher whose guidance invites us to explore the art of meditative self-inquiry and self realization. This contemplative exploration, born of deep stillness and presence, awakens our most authentic, powerful and essential nature so that we may quiet our minds, open our hearts and know the true inner peace that allows us to fully celebrate the adventure of our lives.

With over 40 years’ experience guiding people into stronger, deeper and more vibrant relationships with themselves, their work and the world they live in, Chess Edwards is dedicated to helping his clients and students step powerfully into their full potential as they learn to trust and embody their innate perfection and brilliance.



Chess has also kindly offered a FREE gift of a Guided Meditations Collection, click here to claim it now.

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I loved this conversation with Chess and I think for anyone who may have a hard time thinking or knowing beyond their current mind identity, Chess explains our ‘imperishable’ essence in a really simple way & asks some straight talking questions to help you connect to something beyond your ego self. There is so much more to us than meets the eye!

“As soon as I stop thinking my disempowering thoughts, what is always there is peace and love, and I call that grace”.

Chess shares about some of his own personal journey and how when he developed his spiritual practice, alongside his personal development, everything shifted (which I can say the same happened for me!). There are so many nuggets in this conversation, so take from it what you will.

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