Bio-spirituality: Focusing as a Way to Grow
Two Jesuit priests, pioneering a kind of Western "yoga", offer a spiritual way of knowing--not with our minds alone, but with our bodies as well. Although grounding itself in the Judeo-Christian tradition, the "bio-spirituality" approach is not denominational but promises new experiences of personal unity and wholeness for anyone.
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