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Like A Child

Author : Rev. Timothy J. Mooney
ISBN : 9781594735431
Genre : Religion
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By breaking free from our misperceptions about what it means to be an adult, we can reshape our world and become harbingers of grace. “In our desire to grow up, mature, become adults, we become enamored with who we are supposed to be. When we have finally ‘grown up’ we realize much of who we really are has been left behind or buried under various masks and roles we play. But the knowledge of who we truly are never leaves us. To reclaim our selfhood, we must grow up again and consciously embrace all that it means to be childlike.” —from Chapter 12, “It Takes a Long Time to Become Young” By restoring the childlike ways of humility, trust, awe, wonder, playfulness and more, we can recover a fuller picture of what it means to be human. This unique spiritual resource explores what Jesus may have meant when he said, “Unless you change and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” It addresses our modern misperceptions regarding the nature of maturity and the common coping mechanisms—distrust, guardedness, insecurity, judgmental thinking—we acquire, and feel we require, in adulthood. Along with the wisdom of ancient and modern spiritual luminaries, this book provides over twenty-five spiritual practices to help us cultivate the childlike ways of attention, self-awareness, joy and resilience in our inner lives as well as in our relationships with others.

Becoming Like A Child

Author : Jerome Berryman
ISBN : 9780819233233
Genre : Religion
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- A theological summary of Jerome W. Berryman's understanding of Christian theology and practice through the lens of childhood - Invites us to engage in the creative process, live creative, authentic, playful lives

Grieving With Your Whole Heart

Author : Editors at SkyLight Paths
ISBN : 9781594735998
Genre : Self-Help
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This soulful companion for grief offers wisdom and creative spiritual practices from across faith traditions for walking with sorrow and honoring loss. Whether you need to grieve in words or silence, in solitude or in company with others, this compassionate guide will help you find wholeness and a renewed vision of yourself and the world.

Forgiving Others Forgiving Ourselves

Author : Myra Warren Isenhart, PhD
ISBN : 9781594736001
Genre : Self-Help
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Dynamically explores what is really keeping you from forgiving or seeking forgiveness. Draws on insights from many fields—communication, psychology, counseling and theology, as well as original research—to explore the mental and emotional barriers in your path. Includes reflection questions for individual and group use.

Secrets Of The Eternal Moon Phase Goddesses

Author : Julie Peters
ISBN : 9781594736186
Genre : Self-Help
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Part introduction to Tantric traditions, part personal growth guide, this exploration of the Eternal Moon Phase Goddesses—with nightly meditation and journaling practices—is for anyone who wants to embrace the confusion, loss, loneliness, desire and pleasure that make up the spectrum of human experience—and better understand who they already are.

Der Wille Zum Sinn

Author : Viktor E. Frankl
ISBN : 3492212387
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