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Spiritual Practices for Times of Crisis

Spiritual Practices for Times of Crisis

Jan 29, 2018-- We live in stressful times. Even when things are going our way, the smallest speed bumps can wreak havoc on our inner and outer worlds, causing us to freeze or panic. In those moments, our greatest intentions of acting with love and kindness can go out the window. Gently preparing ourselves for setbacks and stress can be the best thing not just for ourselves but for others. "The greatest gift we can give our world is our presence, awake and attentive." In this practical piece with big-picture perspective, Joanna Macy draws from ancient religions and Earth wisdom traditions to offer five ways to keep a cool head and warm heart in times of crisis. (22387 reads)

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