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Resources for keyword: Practice
Running as a Spiritual Practice
Running as a place to see God more clearly and to connect with my body and innermost being.
A ritual to encourage openness towards receiving.
Keeping Custody of the Tongue on the Internet
A spiritual practice for dealing with toxic and negative comments on the Internet.
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A Vision for the Aging Church
James M. Houston, Michael Parker
Ideas for how churches can expand their ministries to elders.
A wedding of the body practice of yoga with the Jewish self-study practice of Mussar.
The Zen Teaching of Homeless Kodo
Kosho Uchiyama, Shohaku Okumura, Molly Delight Whitehead
The wisdom and teachings of a wandering Soto Zen master.
The Grateful Life
Nina Lesowitz, Mary Beth Sammons
A sprightly and snappy resource on the benefits of the spiritual practice of gratitude.
An excerpt from Buddhism
His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Thubten Chodron
An excellent primer on the essentials of Buddhism.
Rumi Day by Day
Jelaluddin Rumi, Maryam Mafi
Wisdom that is both mystical and practical from Rumi's six-volume Massnavi.
Life Purpose Boot Camp
An eight-week intensive with ideas, exercises, and practices for bringing more meaning into your days and doings
A Spirit Walker's Guide to Shamanic Tools
Evelyn C. Rysdyk
A guide to sacred instruments used by shamanic practitioners during rituals.
The Norton Anthology of World Religions
A timely and enlightening two-volume resource mapping over 1,000 sacred texts from six world religions.
With Heart in Mind
A substantive assessment of a 48-part Mussar spiritual curriculum.
How Do You Pray
An inspiring and eclectic anthology which reveals the diversity of ways to pray.
An excerpt from Fully Alive
John Main , ed. Laurence Freeman
Reflections on the simplicity and humility of Christian meditation.
Seymour: An Introduction
A cogent and exquisite documentary about Seymour Bernstein, a classical pianist who has spent the last 30 years of his life passing on his wisdom and counsel to his students.
Track Your Joy
Sharing your joy with others
Make a Mood Music Inventory
Listening to music for joy
Locate the Hidden Strengths Within
Being aware of your personal strengths
Create Laughter Memories
Writing down your laughter memories to develop a new perspective
Transforming your breath into a smile
Paying attention to what you fantasize about
Smiling for happiness