Wisdom for Living by Reynold Ruslan Feldman, and Sharon Clark explores inspiring ways to keep you grounded, in the busy world that we live in today. Through a collection of short essays and meditations, meant to stimulate your own wisdom, this book encourages you to create your own Wisdom Journal and write your thoughts to each essay once a day.
Each short essay starts with a piece of wisdom, be it a Native American saying, an Asian proverb or a quote from famous philosopher, author or businessman. At the end of each essay the authors pose a question of which you can answer in your own Wisdom Journal, a simple blank notebook is all you need.
Insightful mindfulness, which should appeal to anyone who likes to meditate on life, and ponder the rapture of being alive. Especially if you want to learn more about calming the mind, living in the present moment and the insight and inspiration they bring. Wisdom – think of this as your own inner guidance system; a deep inner knowing. Let this way of journalling help you look into your self and help you along the way. With this in mind the future will give you daily chances to live a wiser life! This is definitely a great alternative recommended read! If Wisdom for Living sounds like your sort of book, you’d do well to pick this up next. This unique book of wisdom is both inspiring and motivating.
Wisdom for Living: Learning To Follow Your Inner Guidance Kindle Edition
We live in uncertain, even dangerous times. If we were ships, we’d be traveling in rough waters and dense fog. Without a navigation system, we’d soon be sunk – literally. We need to know where and how to navigate to keep ourselves safe as we pursue our individual life journeys. Wisdom for Living is an invaluable resource and guide for strengthening, developing, and accessing your own inherent wisdom nature. Each of us comes hard-wired with the equipment needed to navigate the rough waters of life. This equipment is our intuition or gut feelings, available to all. Yet like the GPS in a car or phone, we need to learn to access, use, and trust it. These short essays suggest how you can find wisdom in a variety of people, places, and things. You are encouraged to keep a wisdom journal (WJ) in which you respond to a motivating question at the end of each essay. In this way, you will create a personal handbook for guiding your life while using your inner guidance to deal with challenges.
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