There is no substitute for a long
browse through the pages of Spirituality and Practice created by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, the authors of Spiritual
Literacy. The site is perhaps the
largest virtual resource tool available for the interspiritual journey.
Recognizing the fundamental
element of interspiri- tuality, www.spiritualityandpractice.com emphasizes what all
religious experiences have in common profound movement of the soul
(spirituality) and ongoing devotion to that experience (practice).
When you visit Spirituality and
Practice, you'll see it is formatted into categories and themes of inquiry as well as
searches through key inspirational words. Below we
give you a taste of these, along with links that can take you to parts of the S&P site
that might initially interest you the most.
Once youre there, take
your time for a good look around. Especially, investigate
S&Ps on-site resources and their rich variety of e-courses and other learning
tools. Youll note that the
Multiplexs Search, Blog and Shared Store pages also link you directly with those
capabilities at Spirituality and Practice.
will find the main categories at S&P's Home Page to guide and link you to this
extensive site; included are links videos, audios, notes, texts, and samples of major
contemporary or recent teachers.
Sample, and Enjoy!
Here's the Home Page
link again: http://www.spiritualityandpractice.com/
and Online Retreats-- a Specialty of Spirituality and Practice
E-courses, online Retreats, and
21-day online specialty courses are one of the most popular features of Spirituality and
Here's the link: http://www.spiritualityandpractice.com/ecourses/
Master's Project at Spirituality and Practice
See Brother Wayne
section, and sections on other spiritual masters at Spirituality and Practices's
"Spiritual Master's Project". Included with Brother Wayne are:
Sri Chimoy, William
Sloane Coffin, Madeleine L. 'Engle, Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan, Frederick Franck, John
O'Donahue and Jose Hobday
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