How can people who are not religious walk their spiritual pilgrimage? Can you be their companion?
Walking with the Spiritual but Not Religious takes a fresh look at being a spiritual companion for those who self-identify as something other than religious—SBNR, Nones, not religious, agnostics, atheists, people who have experienced something unexplainable, and those who have encountered the paranormal (religious or otherwise).
For over two decades, Catherine and Gil Stafford have been spiritual companions and practitioners of an ancient/new way of imagining the art of soul-making. Skilled in the art of deep listening, they have infused this book with the wisdom they have learned by listening to spiritual-but-not-religious people talk about their path—and by walking that path themselves.
In this book, you’ll discover:
- just how “normal” the paranormal actually is
- meditation, contemplation, and other “spiritual” practices
- how to craft meaningful life-cycle rituals
- creating spiritual community that heals rather than hurts
Walking with the Spiritual but Not Religious is for anyone who has left a religious tradition but still long for a spiritual path. It is also for anyone—religious or not—called to be a spiritual companion for the not-religious. If either of these describe you, then this is a must-have book.