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Spiritual Literacy: Volume 5 (RSTU) Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat's bestselling book Spiritual Literacy: Reading the Sacred in Everyday Life is an unprecedented collection of "aha!" passages by teachers of all spiritual traditions that reveal the sacred meanings in today's world. Now available as a DVD series, 6 DVDs, 26 sessions. Topics are organized around a new alphabet of 26 spiritual qualities of mind and heart for practicing spirituality in everyday life. Reflection and discussions questions are offered for each session, as well as suggestions for possible practices.  The Spiritual Literacy series was produced in Canada and aired as a television series on the Vision channel. Each volume offers a stand-alone study.

  • Volume 5: Reverence; shadow; Transformation; Unity

Spiritual Literacy: Volume 5 (RSTU)

Volume 5 (RSTU): Reverence; Shadow; Transformation; Unity

  • Reverence: The sacred is in, with, and behind everything in the world. Writers respond with such gestures as bowing to an orchid and sweeping a city street.
  • Shadow: In the spiritual life, everything belongs, even our dark sides. A classic story about St. Francis and some contemporary examples show us why.
  • Transformation: All the traditions say we can transcend our past and do a new thing. Transformation coud occur while you are making coffee or listening to Hindi film music.
  • Unity: Everything is interconnected. This truth is experienced in mystical moments at the edge of a polluted river, in the office, and holding a wooden kitchen spoon.

To view a clip from any of these programs: Spiritual Literacy Project

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Call No.: VD1338

Resource Name: Spiritual Literacy: Volume 5 (RSTU)

Total Copies: 1


RunningTime: 80 minutes


DepositedBy: Maritime Conference

ProductionYear: 2005

Producer: Jim Hanley and Sleeping Giant Productions

AcquisitionDate: 1352937600

Value: 30.00

DateFiled: 11/20/2012