Findhorn Book of Practical Spirituality

Findhorn Book of Practical Spirituality

by Kathy Gottberg

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$9.95

Overview


With the idea that spiritual ideas are at work in everyday life, this book identifies ten characteristics of people who practice spirituality in a down-to-earth way.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781844090075
Publisher: Findhorn Press
Publication date: 05/15/2003
Series: The Findhorn Book of Series
Pages: 128
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.43(d)

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Findhorn Book of Practical Spirituality 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It¿s both: Practical and Spiritual. Kathy Gottberg¿s book, The Findhorn Book of Practical Spirituality gives a multitude of practical suggestions that help us develop spiritually, connected to It, God, the Universe, Mind, and Spirit. Personally, as a rosarian, I loved her practical analogies to gardening, reminding us that everything has a season, needs nourishment and we always need to ward off negative predators and weeds. As a licensed psychotherapist, I was pleased to see her simple relationship suggestions like people don¿t ¿satisfy our every need and want¿¿ but ¿are walking with us as we learn who we are.¿ At last, there is a practical book I can have in my office for patients who want to improve themselves spiritually as well as emotionally. Gary Lange Ph.D. MFT Rancho Mirage, CA USA
Guest More than 1 year ago
Practical Spirituality is 'short and sweet'. It is 'short' because it does not take hundreds of pages to say that to live a more spiritual life, that is, to actually practice spirituality, like you might practice a life of industriousness or a life of devotion to a person or a cause, that you have only to be aware that 'this moment' is the only moment you have control of, that your perspective and your reaction to the current situation are the only things under your control, and that if any of us are divine, then all of us are divine, regardless of how we are acting out our mortal lives here on this planet, which is certainly divine. It is 'sweet' for the same reason, that is, to understand the last sentence is to be aware, responsible and accountable for what we think, how we view, how we react to whatever happens each moment of our waking life. Very practical, indeed. I liked it and I 'practice' because I believe that 'practice makes perfect', and that practicing spirituality tends to make one practically perfect, as a mortal, but divine, being¿
Guest More than 1 year ago
Kathy Gottberg's book, 'The Findhorn Book of Practical Spirituality' gives a multitude of practical suggestions that help us develop spiritually, as well as connect to It, God, the Universe, Mind, and Spirit. Personally as a rosarian, I loved her practical analogies to gardening, reminding us that everything has a season, needs nourishment and we always need to ward off negative predators and weeds. As a licensed psychotherapist, I was pleased to see her simple relationship suggestions like people don't 'satisfy our every need and wants' but 'are walking with us as we learn who we are.' Finally, there is now a practical book I can have in my office for patients who want to improve themselves spiritually as well as emotionally.