A Pace of Grace

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Penguin, Jun 29, 2004 - Self-Help - 352 pages
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In today’s anxiety-ridden, stress-infused world, even a moment of quiet reflection has become a time- consuming luxury most of us just can’t afford.  How did we reach this point? How did we lose our direction and sense of control? And, most important, how can we reclaim our lives? 

Linda Kavelin Popov asked herself these same questions, after the pressures of her own workaholic lifestyle nearly destroyed her.  Now, as cofounder of the International Virtues Project she helps others achieve a pace of grace—a pace for our lives that can balance and sustain us physically and spiritually.  

Through a four-part program that teaches you how to purify your life, pace yourself, practice the presence, and plan a sustainable life, A Pace of Grace offers simple ways to rediscover the essential elements of a life well lived.  Complete with Linda’s ten rules for health, this comprehensive guide is the first step in recapturing the joy and vibrancy inherent in each of us.

 

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A pace of grace: the virtues of a sustainable life

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Mashing together a do-less, enjoy-more philosophy with a range of retread techniques (e.g., do yoga, practice forgiveness, work smarter), psychotherapist Popov seeks to help readers simplify their ... Read full review

Contents

PART ONE PURIFY YOUR LIFE
TWO Purify Your Body
THREE Breathe Easy Breathe Deep
FOUR Purify the Language of Your Life
FIVE Forgive
SIX Heal Your Finances
PART TWO PACE YOURSELF
NINE Support Yourself
ELEVEN Play
TWELVE Pray
THIRTEEN Give the Gift of Presence
FOURTEEN Create Community
PART FOUR PLAN A SUSTAINABLE LIFE
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Linda Kavelin Popov is the author of The Family Virtues Guide and is one of the founders and directors of the Virtues Project International.  She travels around the world in support of the project’s initiatives, speaking to communities, businesses, and governmental organizations.  The United Nations Secretariat has honored the Virtues Project as a model for global reform for people of all cultures.  She lives in the Gulf Islands near Victoria, British Columbia.

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