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Chris Grosso

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Chris Grosso is an independent culturist, freelance writer, spiritual aspirant, recovering addict, and musician. He serves as spiritual director of the interfaith center The Sanctuary at Shepardfields, writes for Huffington Post, Rebelle Society, Intent blog and is a correspondent for the Where Is My Guru radio show. He created the popular hub for all things alternative, independent, and spiritual with and continues the exploration with his debut book titled Indie Spiritualist (Beyond Words/Atria Books, February 2014). A self-taught musician, Chris has been writing, recording, and touring since the mid-1990s.

The Indie Spiritualist Presents: A Conversation With Dan Cortese

Chris Grosso and Dan Cortese talk about life, love, parenthood, YO! MTV Raps, Seinfeld, spirituality, and much more. Recorded on 6/19/20.

Check out Dan’s incredible new book, “Step Off: My Journey from Mimbo to Manhood” HERE!

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Chris Ugbomeh wrote: "Hi Chris, thanks for being there.......UGBOMEH."

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Ugbomeh Hi Chris, thanks for being there.......UGBOMEH.

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