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Grieving with Your Whole Heart: Spiritual Wisdom and Practice for Finding Comfort, Hope and Healing After Loss

Grieving with Your Whole Heart: Spiritual Wisdom and Practice for Finding Comfort, Hope and Healing After Loss

by The Editors of SkyLight Paths, Thomas Moore

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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.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781594736056
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
Publication date: 09/21/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 272
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

SkyLight Paths, based in Woodstock, Vermont, is the publisher of many award-winning personal growth books for people of all faith traditions—and none.

Thomas Moore is a spiritual innovator whose life work has been helping people find and nurture an everyday spirituality. He is the author of Care of the Soul, which was on the New York Times best-seller list for forty-four weeks, as well as many other best-selling and award-winning books on religion, spirituality and depth psychology. He has a PhD in religious studies from Syracuse University and is a depth psychotherapist and former monk. He lectures in many countries and continues to write about religion and the life of the soul, including for Spirituality&Health magazine and the Huffington Post.

Table of Contents

Index of Practices
Introduction: Grief—A Power of the Soul
Thomas Moore
Surrendering to the Desert
Christine Valters Paintner, PhD, Obl. OSB

Express—The Storm of Emotion
Breathe—Finding a Still Point
Remember—Keeping a Connection
Heal—Reaching Out for Comfort and Strength
Reorient—Finding Yourself in an Upside-Down World
Walk Together—Grieving with Others


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