Spiritual Practice for Crazy Times

Spiritual Practice for Crazy Times

Powerful Tools to Cultivate Calm, Clarity, and Courage

Philip Goldberg

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A practical guide to surviving and thriving in a world gone mad

Do you ever feel torn between finding refuge and staying informed and engaged? Have you ever felt too stressed out to meditate? Too anxious to roll out your yoga mat or pray?

The truth is, when the world gets chaotic and confounding, we need spiritual practice more than ever. That's when our souls need sustenance the most. That's when we really need to recharge and ground ourselves to take on the challenge.

This concise, compassionate guide will help you access the silent sanctuary within you. It's filled with practical tools that provide spiritual support at a moment's notice, in whatever time you have, with whatever attention you can spare.

Expert teacher Philip Goldberg draws on authoritative texts and masters from every spiritual path, especially the empirical methods of the Yoga tradition--as well as contemporary psychology, scientific research, and decades of interviews and personal experience. The result is a wide range of techniques to relieve the mind and body, refresh the spirit, and gird you for constructive action. You'll get insightful instruction in practices ranging from deep meditation to cognitive reframing to "spiritual space management," from silently communing with nature to actively engaging with spiritual companions. And you'll find detailed guidelines for creating a regular practice routine--along with an inventory of supplementary methods--that suits your personal needs and lifestyle.

This breezy, thorough, pragmatic book will help you find refuge and healing from the crazy times we're living in--and it will prepare you for taking robust steps to help restore sanity in the world around you.


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Philip Goldberg:
Philip Goldberg grew up in Brooklyn and now lives in Los Angeles. A professional writer for more than 40 years, he is author or coauthor of some 25 books published in more than a dozen languages. He is also a skilled public speaker, a workshop leader, a spiritual counselor, and the cohost of the popular podcast Spirit Matters. He blogs at Huffington Post and Spirituality & Health and contributes to other publications. His book American Veda chronicles the impact of India's spiritual teachings on the West; it was named by Huffington Post and Library Journal as one of the Top 10 Religion Books of 2010. Website: philipgoldberg.com.

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