Ways to practice Enthusiasm include spiritual mentors, emulation of saints, singing hymns, praise and gospel music, and the specific practices below.

Awareness by Anthony de Mello asks us to let our enthusiasm, hope, joy, and good tidings carry us through.

Become More Juicy by Rich Heffern invites us to follow the wisdom of Hildegard of Bingen to bring excitement, curiosity, and juiciness to our spirituality.

Boring by Franz Metcalf gives us his answer to the question, “What would Buddha do when bored?”

Celebrate Occasions with Enthusiasm by Alan Epstein remarks on fully engaging yourself and your loved ones by celebrating family and life events with delight.

Celebrate Something Small in a Big Way by Alan Epstein muses on making your life more pleasurable by turning ordinary events into special occasions.

Cry of the Earth, Cry of the Poor by Leonardo Boff calls us to approach what we do -- whether working, rejoicing, or dancing -- with enthusiasm.

Enthusiastic Singing by Frederic & Mary Ann Brussat suggests letting yourself go as you sing with courage and strength.

Even if You Can't Sing Well, Sing by David Kundtz recommends that we stop holding back and instead get what is inside of us out -- through awareness and expression of what we’re feeling in the moment.

Memorize a Poem by Alan Epstein offers a way to bring warmth and feeling to yourself and your relationships -- memorizing and reciting poetry that appeals to you.

People Watching by Frederic & Mary Ann Brussat provides guidance for observing how people and circumstances affect your enthusiasm.

Reading Sacred Literature by Frederic & Mary Ann Brussat proposes imagining being filled with enthusiasm fuel as you read sacred literature.

Rejoice in Life by David Adam spells out a daily guide to becoming enthusiastic.

Shower with Praise by Raphael Cushnir helps you and someone else feel fully alive by expressing what you admire or appreciate about them.

Stripping Down: The Art of Spiritual Restoration by Donna Schaper celebrates not being afraid to get messy and throw caution to the wind.

The Presence of Saints by Tom Cowan points us toward the saints for renewed enthusiasm and guidance to help us reach our goals.

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