Life's Companion: Journal Writing as a Spiritual Quest

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Bantam Books, 1991 - Literary Criticism - 352 pages
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In this classic book you will discover the intimate journey of personal and spiritual development that is possible through the practice of journal writing. In Life’s Companion, acclaimed author Christina Baldwin offers readers guidance and inspiration to this powerful way of expanding our inner horizons and opening our minds and spirits to a deeper relationship with the world and the people around us.

Complete with enlightening quotations, exercises, sample journal entries, and techniques to nurture and encourage the writer and seeker within you, Life’s Companion will help you transform journaling into a powerful tool for self-growth, heightened awareness, and personal fulfillment.

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Minnesota psychotherapist Baldwin's intent can be grasped from the title of her previous book, One to One: Self-Understanding Through Journal Writing ( LJ 9/1/77); she argues that such understanding ... Read full review

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A classic in the journal writing community. Highly recommended.

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About the author (1991)

Christina Baldwin is the author of Calling the Circle, Seven Whispers, and most recently Storycatcher, which won a 2006 Books for a Better Life Award. She teaches and lectures extensively through her educational company, PeerSpirit. She lives outside Seattle, Washington, on Whidbey Island.

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