Stand Like Mountain, Flow Like Water: Reflections on Stress and Human Spirituality

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Health Communications, 1997 - Religion - 284 pages
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Once thought to be a symptom of illness, stress is now best defined as a disconnection from our divine source. Times of stress may bring feelings of panic and mayhem, but when we call upon our inner resources, stress also provides the opportunity for spiritual growth.

Ageless wisdom suggests that achieving spiritual growth requires balance; to stand secure and grounded like a mountain, but to flow like water. This book reveals how we can achieve balance and peace in our lives.

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I thought it was good. Mostly I read it because a friend who is going through some very difficult times read it and wanted to talk about it. She found it helpful and now I can at least be able to talk ... Read full review

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User Review  - Renay Miller - Goodreads

Profound. I really should re-read this one, because it's been a few years, but this book had a huge impact on me. Read full review

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