Spiritual growth refers to the process of developing one’s sense of connection to and understanding of one’s own spirit and/or a more universal source of spiritual energy. Some traditions describe methods to follow with specific stages or thresholds that are reached in progression toward an ultimate spiritual state, often called enlightenment. While there is a vast diversity of methods and theories to this aim, there’s a general consensus across belief traditions that one’s sense of spirituality can be developed, formed, or enhanced through intentional practice and study. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.
In this beautiful book best-selling author Joan Chittister and celebrated artist John August Swanson together reclaim the ancient story of Ruth as a model for contemporary women seeking a fully spiritual life.
It’s no secret that women today are juggling a lot. We now make up more than half the workforce in the United States and are busier than ever with partners, children, family, and friends, often putting the needs of others ahead of our own.
Myths are fascinating stories that become even more intriguing when we realize that they can reveal intimate truths about ourselves and others. Jean Shinoda Bolen brings the Greek pantheon to life as our inner archetypes and applies the power of myth to our personal lives.
Tapping the Power Within offers a powerful path to self-empowerment through the revitalization of one’s spiritual and ancestral roots. Written with Iyanla’s signature healing stories, this classic guide teaches that only you have the power to make a change for the better.
What was Jesus’ relationship with Mary Magdalene? What did he teach about the role of women? Is God only male? Mary Magdalene and the Divine Feminine explores these questions and much more as it unfolds Jesus’ liberating teaching on Woman and on the true nature and destiny of the soul―teachin...
Combining spiritual, psychological, and self-reflective tools, Thomas offers an antidote to the make-it-happen mainstream culture and fosters slowing down, intentionality, and self-care as a pathway to empowerment.