Spiritual Gifts of a Painful Childhood

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Reflections and practices to help find seeds of wisdom within painful experiences.
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When you peel away the pain and suffering from your life, you will find the seeds of wisdom. This opening process and the sorrows that come with it are a great gift—the source of the most profound spiritual lessons.

On The Spiritual Gifts of a Painful Childhood, Wayne Muller—author of the national bestseller Legacy of the Heart—helps listeners grasp the divine thread that connects sorrow and pain to an awakening of the spirit. This graduate of Harvard Divinity School has devoted almost 20 years to helping the homeless, the sick, and the impoverished.

On this moving session, Muller surveys the world's great spiritual traditions to illustrate that our suffering does make sense, and that it can be the first step to greater spiritual depth. The Spiritual Gifts of a Painful Childhood is a unique audio event, combining Muller's inspirational words of guidance with interludes of spare, reflective flute music by jazz legend Herbie Mann. Four sections cover fear, forgiveness, avoidance, and faith. Concludes with a guided meditation for loving-kindness to all beings.

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Contents Audio Download (1 hour, 30 minutess)
Filetypes MP3, PDF, ZIP
Product Code AW00326W
ISBN Number 978-1-62203-004-0
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Wayne Muller

About Wayne Muller

Wayne Muller has dedicated his life to the service of others, having spent the last 20 years working closely with some of the most disadvantaged members of society. he is the founder of Bread for the Journey, a nationwide relief organization, and TREAT, a community-based AIDS research and care group. A graduate of Harvard Divinity School, Wayne is the author of the national bestseller Legacy of the Heart: The Spiritual Advantages of a Painful Childhood; How Then, Shall We Live?; and Sabbath – Restoring the Sacred Rhythm of Rest.