Making life sacred (The life of spirit)
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Making life sacred (The life of spirit) by Robert R. Leichtman

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Published by Ariel Press .
Written in English


  • Meditation,
  • Spiritual life

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11332658M
ISBN 10089804118X
ISBN 109780898041187

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Your life is not simply a means to an end but something much deeper: a unique Sacred Story. Your story is a part of the ultimate Sacred Story: our salvation through God and His desire to draw each of us to Himself in infinite love and mercy. St. Ignatius of Loyola initially lived a life of self-indulgence. Breath is life. And really, what is more sacred than life itself. Without breath there is no life. So each miraculous inhale and exhale is a powerful reminder of how sacred it is to be human and walking this magical Earth. Throughout the day I’ll often stop. Place my hands on my belly. Breathe. Listen. Feel. Be.   Today I choose to make my life sacred. By focusing on the beauty and the sacredness of life, I can move away from the fear and uncertainty. “It feels good and right to lift our faces to the sunlight. It feels good and right to follow our hearts. Something in all of us ignites when we live this way.”. This book is filled with many thought provoking quotes and ideas about creating a happy, generous life, one in which there is time, resources and energy to be of service. The author focuses on three areas: Time, Emotion and Body. She advocates learning to use our agency wisely to make decisions/5(2).

Learning to Bring Your Whole Life to Reconciliation TheWhole-Life Confession is based on Part One of Forty Weeks: An Ignatian Path to Christ with Sacred Story very dynamic and holistic method helps you integrate your spiritual,intellectual and psychological/ emotional who have completed ithave been amazed how it helped them "see their whole life" as if for the s:   Artlife: Creative Journeys for Life Healing Jane Seaton, Ph.D. Become the Artist of Your Own Life! The everyday objects of our ancestors their baskets and clay pots, dyed blankets and stone tools were made not only to fulfill a function, but to express meaning. Art making Author: Jane B. Seaton. The “Book of Life” now resides at SALC’s St. Raphael Chapel and has received more than forty thousand requests from around the world. Sacred Art of Living Center has continues this tradition and expanded the number of prayer sites literally around the globe, representing all major faith traditions. 2. Human life is holy. God sanctifies human life. Every beating heart matters to God. Whether that life is in the womb of a mother, the cell of a prison, the hallway of a convalescent home, or the corner office of a Wall Street high rise, that life is holy to God. "For God so loved the world, he gave his one and only Son." (Jn. NIV). 3.

  Sacred Books are where we turn to pursue a study of Theology (the words relating to god or God). If you have happened upon this post, I suggest you read the short theology post first to see why we’re even broaching this subject. (Origin of the Universe chapter )Sacred Books are historic writings generally penned by men or women to whom their content was revealed. Living Life as a Sacred Practice is the author's response to many years of learning various methods of unifying mind, body & spirit. She has captured the essence of life and greatness in this book with the inclusion of many practices to develop spiritual mastery. Your question is complex. Before answering, we need to clarify the meaning of sacred. Not everything is sacred. The not-sacred things are either mundane (non-sacred) or profane (anti-sacred). These are comparative terms. The concept of “sacred” ex. This is the mystery of words, sacred words, a holy book. When we hold it in our hands, when we break it open, we hear something ruffling in its pages. A story, a history, a mystery.