Results for "submediums: Other - Quotation, main_practice: Transformation"
Karen Armstrong, In the Beginning All the great world religions insist
Kim Chernin, In My Father's Garden I have glimpsed the tiny illuminations
Jean Shinoda Bolen, Close to the Bone Illness is both soul-shaking and soul-evoking
Marie de Hennezel, Intimate Death There is still time
Phillip L. Berman, The Journey Home Near-death experiences are clearly profound moments of spiritual conversion
Roger N. Walsh, What Is Enlightenment? The mind gradually becomes less reactive and more calm.
Jelaluddin Rumi, Finding What You Didn't Lose Life's picture is constantly undergoing change.
Clare Cooper Marcus, House as a Mirror of Self Where we live becomes a kind of stage set
Wayne Muller, How, Then, Shall We Live? There are seeds to plant.
Bernard Glassman, Rick Fields, Instructions to the Cook Spirituality is one of the ingredients of action