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Spiritual RX: Prescriptions for Living a Meaningful Life (edition 2000)

by Frederick Brussat, Mary Ann Brussat

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In America today there is a spiritual renaissance and profound interest in developing a deeper relationship with the sacred, but the current spirituality scene can be overwhelming to those attempting to find the right spiritual practices for them. Drawing on more than thirty years of experience, Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat offer useful guidelines and activitiesa spiritual prescription to help contemporary pilgrims begin their journey. In their first book, Spiritual Literacy, the Brussats introduced thirty-seven spiritual practices. In this complementary audio, they now identify specific tools and resources for exploring these practices. Through journaling, art, music, imagery, prayers or community, the searching traveler comes to experience the richness and peace of spiritual life in a way that is unique and meaningful to each person. Broad in scope, yet thorough, Spiritual Rx is appropriate for either the spiritual novice or veteran and an invaluable resource for personal development.… (more)
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Title:Spiritual RX: Prescriptions for Living a Meaningful Life
Authors:Frederick Brussat
Other authors:Mary Ann Brussat
Info:Hyperion (2000), Edition: 1st, Hardcover, 352 pages
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In America today there is a spiritual renaissance and profound interest in developing a deeper relationship with the sacred, but the current spirituality scene can be overwhelming to those attempting to find the right spiritual practices for them. Drawing on more than thirty years of experience, Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat offer useful guidelines and activitiesa spiritual prescription to help contemporary pilgrims begin their journey. In their first book, Spiritual Literacy, the Brussats introduced thirty-seven spiritual practices. In this complementary audio, they now identify specific tools and resources for exploring these practices. Through journaling, art, music, imagery, prayers or community, the searching traveler comes to experience the richness and peace of spiritual life in a way that is unique and meaningful to each person. Broad in scope, yet thorough, Spiritual Rx is appropriate for either the spiritual novice or veteran and an invaluable resource for personal development.

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