The Prodigal Family

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The Prodigal Family, Sep 4, 2009 - Family & Relationships - 130 pages
What we leave on the table with our family relationships may well prove to be some of the most powerful and spiritually healing material available to us during our earthly journey - our grist for the soul mill. As with the prodigal son, the role our family has played in our life is an important one and what our family brings out in us offers us great opportunities for further personal growth. They are at the heart of our learning, essential to the 'soulular' transformations that we came here to embody. As we trace and even rebuild these connections, we may come to see and appreciate these individuals as members of our own spiritual Olympic team on our journey here on Earth.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
1
The Nuclear Family
9
The Family Tree andthe Five Circles
35
The Heros Journey and Circles in Transition
57
Healing and Forgiveness
77
Coming Home
87
Love Letters
93
Love Letters in Our Daily Lives
114
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

After undergoing treatment for breast cancer at forty-two, Johanna Maaghul's path was permanently altered. As an important part of her healing process she began to look closely at her own family story and ask the question, why do so many family relationships break down and how can they be reconciled? The Prodigal Family provides her own unique perspective on this ancient question. Johanna lives in northern California with her husband and three children.

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