Pulling a raisin out of a two-year-old's nose probably wasn't on the Buddha's path to enlightenment, but it was one of the obstacles for author Polly Campbell. For many people, stuck raisins and other real-life moments provide the day's only opportunity for spiritual growth-and it's easy to miss the lesson in these ordinary challenges. Imperfect Spirituality shows readers how to integrate those everyday moments with traditional spiritual techniques to allow personal growth and greater well-being. Any activity can be transformed into a spiritual practice. Don't have half an hour to meditate? Can't drop everything and trek to India? Find minimeditation while stopped at a red light impossible? Start by brushing your teeth.Imperfect Spirituality is filled with practical tips and dozens of examples like these, as well as anecdotes from real people who are striving to grow both spiritually and personally. It will help you identify, accept, and appreciate your own imperfections as an integral path to your spirit. The advice will lighten your load and give you a new way to think about your own spiritual connection and path. The things you've been trying to hide, fix, change, and deny are the very things that will expand and elevate your life.