By Rabbi Mike Comins,Nigel Savage
Explore the connections among God, barren region and Judaism. This entire how-to consultant to the idea and perform of Jewish wasteland spirituality unravels the secret of Judaism's connection to the flora and fauna and gives methods that you should brighten up and deepen your non secular lifestyles via desolate tract event. Over 40 functional routines offer special guide on religious perform within the wildlife, together with: Mindfulness workouts for the path • Meditative strolling • Four-Winds knowledge from Jewish culture • wasteland advantages • Soul-O web site solitude perform in desolate tract • desert retreat For desolate tract fans and nature newcomers alike, this inspiring and insightful ebook will lead you thru stories of awe and beauty within the wildlife. it's going to convey you the intensity and relevance of Judaism for your non secular know-how in desolate tract and educate you new how one can energize your courting with God and prayer.
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A Wild Faith: Jewish Ways into Wilderness, Wilderness Ways into Judaism by Rabbi Mike Comins,Nigel Savage