Find joy through a time-honored, creative and surprisingly practical approach based on the teachings of Jewish mystics. Introduces ancient insights and offers creative, practical, week-by-week exercises to bring them into our daily routines.
People said "for heaven's sake" to Isaiah a lot. After his Grandpa goes to heaven, Isaiah determines to find out where it is. This charming, award-winning story teaches that heaven is often found in the places where you least expect it.
A life-long student of Jewish wisdom texts , Dr. Abraham J. Twerski draws from his extensive professional experience as a psychiatrist and spiritual counselor to give us practical lessons for daily life, whatever our faith tradition.
Reflections and advice on Centering Prayer's possibilities—and its pitfalls—are presented with clarity and simplicity, with a vision of the deeper life of the soul that contemplative prayer can bring about.
Timeless Wisdom from the Life and Teachings of Guru Nanak
6 x 9, 192 pp
Highlighting Guru Nanak's quest for equality, tolerance and compassion in his creation of a synthesis of Hinduism and Islam, this fascinating biography tells the story of a unique spiritual leader who showed a gentle, peaceful path to realizing God.
This practical guide gives you the encouragement and practices you need to cultivate a hopeful spirit. Helps you recognize—or develop—your own personal images of hope and create ways to see the evidences of hope in your life any time despair seeps in.
A Guide to the Spiritual Paths of Action, Devotion, Meditation and Knowledge
6 x 9, 320 pp
An accessible and comprehensive guide to the message and practice of each of the four Yogas as well as philosophy and psychology, preparatory practices, common obstacles and ways to overcome them as you seek to realize the goal of Self-knowledge.
In this unique exploration of fly-fishing as a spiritual practice, an Episcopal priest and a rabbi share what it can teach us about awe and wonder in the natural world, the benefits of solitude, the blessing of community and the search for the Divine.
These real-life examples and refreshing stories of everyday spiritual practices people use to free themselves from the work and worry mindset of our culture will empower you to see how even your busiest workweek can include spiritual habits and routines.
With stories from her personal life and her experience as a spiritual director, Rev. Jane Vennard illustrates the joys and frustrations of spiritual practice, with insights from various religious traditions and exercises and meditations for your journey.
A Guide for Skeptics, Agnostics & Unorthodox Believers Inside & Outside the Church
6 x 9, 160 pp
An accessible guide to a meaningful spiritual life that reinterprets traditional religious teachings central to the Christian faith in ways that connect with people who have outgrown the beliefs and devotional practices that once made sense to them.
Spiritual Wisdom and Practice for the Journey to Freedom, Healing and Peace
6 x 9, 256 pp
This practical handbook—full of wise perspectives, gentle guidance and helpful spiritual practices—will be a welcome companion on your journey toward freedom and wholeness. Features over fifty contributors from many different faiths, backgrounds and perspectives.