Tag: Spiritual Psychology

Die Wise: Lost Nation Road

Speaking at venues across the continent, Stephen Jenkinson—author of Die Wise—examines the three most critical questions his book asks: Why is it so hard to die? Why do we have to learn how to do it? Why, if dying is so common, is it so much a mysterious, troubling thing among us? Jenkinson encourages his readers …continue

“Grieving for the Earth” from The Wild Edge of Sorrow

by Francis Weller, MFT   In his upcoming book, The Wild Edge of Sorrow, author and therapist Francis Weller shows readers how, through the art of grieving and feeling authentically, we can become soul activists. His book covers many different kinds of grief: the grief we feel when a loved one passes, when a part …continue

New Release: The Sacred Ego

  ABOUT THE BOOK Based on Jalaja Bonheim’s experience facilitating gatherings of female leaders, spiritual seekers, and peacemakers world wide, The Sacred Ego pinpoints the source of our conflicts and shows us how and why we keep sabotaging our own desires for peace. It answers the key questions “Why have we failed to create the …continue

Sacred Beings and Peace-Makers: An Interview with Jalaja Bonheim

Jalaja Bonheim agreed to answer a few questions for us about the Circlework she does, her childhood as a Jewish German, her work with Palestinian and Jewish women, and her upcoming book The Sacred Ego. We’re delighted to be publishing Jalaja’s book on July 28 and hope you enjoy getting to know more of her story here. NAB: You’re German …continue

“The Inner Treasure Hunt” from Soulshaping

by Jeff Brown Here is an inspiring excerpt from Soulshaping by Jeff Brown. Rivetingly personal and profoundly universal, this book is for anyone who has heard a whisper of something truer calling out to them amid the distractions of modern life. Brown’s dramatic and often funny story takes readers through remarkably human experiences—emotional, physical, and economic—as …continue