The spiritual journey includes awareness of our emotions, including uncomfortable feelings like anger. While ‘righteous’ anger can motivate us to defend justice, anger has the potential to be destructive. Find help for working with your own anger and the anger of others with practices, articles, books, excerpts, quotes and more. These resources will help you transform anger to add warmth and light to the world.
Join us in tackling this environmental, economic, and social problem as a central element of spiritual activism. These quotes, e-course, spiritual practices, films, books, organizations, teachers, and memes about global warming and climate change call us to change our ideas and actions about the environment and our everyday habits.
Take a look at the nature of animosity and what we can do from our end to replace it with kindness, hospitality, openness, and compassion. These spiritual practices, articles, blogs, book excerpts and recommendations, film reviews, poems, prayers, quotes, teachings stories and more offer an abundance of methods to face and heal internal and external conflicts.
Garden are special places – spiritual places – because they engage our senses, evoke our sense of wonder, bathe us in beauty, and connect us to a wider nonhuman world. They provide us a place of play and transformation – a setting where we can celebrate both The Mystery and our own larger being. These books, audios, movies, and quotes show how gardening can be a spiritual practice and how being in a garden can be a spiritual experience.
Consider experiencing the monastic life as part of your spiritual journey. Books and movies about the life of monks, nuns, and lay people living a contemplative life offer a treasure trove of devotional opportunities and resources to aid your healing and growth.
Gain a deeper understanding of racism in our world and develop empathy and compassion for its victims. These books, books excerpts, quotes, blog posts, personal explorations, and more provide antidotes to the fears and resentments at the root of racism through the spiritual practices of Compassion, Connections, Hope, Hospitality, Imagination, Justice, Kindness, Listening, Love, Meaning, Openness, Peace, Reverence, Shadow, Transformation, Unity, and X – The Mystery.
Read about teaching as a vocation or watch movies about idealistic teachers. These quotes from Parker Palmer’s The Courage to Teach and links to 18 movies about teachers encourage contemplation of how teachers live out the spiritual practices of Connections, Enthusiasm, Hospitality, Imagination, Listening, Meaning, Nurturing, Openness, Questing, Transformation, Unity, Wonder, and You.