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EBOOK Ä EPUB Science and Spiritual Practices ë Transformative Experiences and Their Effects on Our Bodies FREE ì RUPERT SHELDRAKE PH.D. · ❃ [EPUB] ✻ Science and Spiritual Practices: Transformative Experiences I have personally adopted many of the practices Rupert describes in his book and experiencedlove joy empathy gratitude and euanimity as a result We are all indebted to Rupert who has tirelessly brought us deep insights from both science and spirituality Deepak Chopra The effects of spiritual practices are now being investigated scientifically as never before and many studies have shown that religious and spiritual practices generally make people happier and healthier In this pioneering Rupert Sheldrake makes no bones about his own faith but his personal spiritual journey has been extremely diverse and extensive He proposes that for those like myself challenged by our own rationalist convictions whenever religion nudges into our lives yet conscious of a palpable void in ourselves where active faith might normally function there is another option Simply to select from the range of signature practices common to most faiths and varieties of worship and to find our own personally acceptable and enjoyable ways of incorporating them into our lives An example is to sing with others in praise or celebration Another to go on pilgrimage This might be to a holy or spiritual site or a place of great natural beauty or somewhere that you personally revere for example Shakespeare’s birthplace if you really like Shakespeare The book is easy to read well organised and a sincere personal document without the cringeworthy missionary narrowness so common in the introductory materials of specific faithsHaving read this I can see how a lot of happy non religious people do pragmatically incorporate than one of the suggested practices into their lives in other words Sheldrake’s insight and intuition are actually borne out by what I can observe in my friends almost none of whom adhere actively to any faith If you feel discontented disconnected aimless or rootless this is a self help book that empowers its readers to select their own directions towards a life less ordinary however unremarkable it may look from the outside
Rupert Sheldrake Ph.D. ð Brains and Health EBOOK
Book Rupert Sheldrake shows how science helps validate seven practices on which many religions are built and which are part of our common human heritage meditation gratitude connecting with nature relating to plants rituals singing and chanting and pilgrimage and holy places Sheldrake summarizes the latest scientific research on what happens when we take part in these practices and suggests ways that readers can explore these fields for themselves For those who are religious Science and A great book As someone who isn't particularly religious I found it pleasant to delve into the wide range of different worldviews when it comes to religion spirituality humans and nature It's well written humorous in places and engaging throughout Some important topics are covered including how we should all connect with nature a little or in some cases a lot than we do He suggests there's a follow up version of this book on the way and I very much look forward to reading that too
EPUB Ù Transformative Experiences and Their Effects on Our Bodies ð Rupert Sheldrake Ph.D.
Science and Spiritual Practices Transformative Experiences and Their Effects on Our Bodies Brains and HealthSpiritual Practices will illuminate the evolutionary origins of their own traditions and give a new appreciation of their power For the nonreligious this book will show how the core practices of spirituality are accessible to all This is a book for anyone who suspects that in the drive toward radical secularism something valuable has been left behind Rupert Sheldrake compellingly argues that by opening ourselves to the spiritual dimension we may find the strength to livefulfilling live Science and spiritual practicesThere are several scientists who are almost household names such as Brian Cox and David Attenborough whose presentations of science are inspirational Rupert Sheldrake will join soon them since he explores science in a way which asks deep uestions of the nature of reality which goes beyond the materialism of the secular age “Science and Spiritual practices” shows the limits of modern science and indicates the value to the individual of exploring new ways of thinking and feelingThis book is written for everybody religious or not and Rupert explains any unfamiliar concept for all to understand He encourages us to investigate spiritual practices such as meditation and the flow of gratitude in the hope that the practice will not only make us happier but we will have a personal experience during the journey which will transform our livesThis is a great and valuable book and will become a classic