Marie Jordan

Marie Jordan

I am a novelist, blogger, podcaster and series host in the mind, body and spirit space!
The recurring theme of my works is the use of Buddhist teachings and philosophies to positively change the way we interact with ourselves and our surroundings.

Books Marie has Published

Trading Diamonds for Crystals

The anti Eat Pray Love. This novel follows a young woman as she returns home after what she believes may have been a futile international quest to find herself. Exposing realities of third world travel, examining the traps of various spiritual practices and re-living stories ranging from hilarious to horrific, she learns to uncover what was inside her all along.

Articles Marie has Published
Buddhism for Road Rage and Rejection (and assholes)
Buddhism for Road Rage and Rejection (and assholes)

Patience, tolerance, love and compassion for all beings. Is there anything more difficult? Setting aside the extremes of human atrocities which I cannot fathom having love for, how do we apply these to »

Patience, tolerance, love and compassion for all beings. Is there anything more difficult? Setting aside the extremes of human atrocities which I cannot fathom having love for, how do we apply these to the daily irritants of our modern western lives? The girl looking at her phone and driving too fast, the relationship that promised the world and let you down or just the classic asshole. I understand..

Marie Jordan · August 11th, 2017

Marie Jordan · August 11th, 2017

Spiritual Travel
Spiritual Travel

Is it necessary to 'eat, pray, love' yourself around the globe? The idea of going away to find yourself is romantic and age-old. For me, this conjures up images of ashrams and jungles and relaxed, sun-damaged »

Is it necessary to 'eat, pray, love' yourself around the globe? The idea of going away to find yourself is romantic and age-old. For me, this conjures up images of ashrams and jungles and relaxed, sun-damaged divorcee's. It used to make me think of gap years, Contiki tours and vomit-stained backpacks so I guess I'm getting older. Can we really run away and find ourselves? We know that our true self..

Marie Jordan · August 9th, 2017

Marie Jordan · August 9th, 2017