Journaling Through: Unleashing the Power of the Authentic Self - Seven Benefits of Unlocking the Wisdom within

Journaling Through: Unleashing the Power of the Authentic Self - Seven Benefits of Unlocking the Wisdom within

By: Angela Caughlin (author)Paperback

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Journalling is a valuable tool for chipping away at emotional blocks and personal stagnation, and this dynamic guide helps unleash the thoughts and inspiration that lay within each individual. Including the latest scientific research, this comprehensive guide draws out the connection between the brain, body, and stories that help define a path towards professional goals. Guided exercises with step-by-step instructions help focus the journalling toward unveiling the unique, curious, and amazing qualities embodied in each person and how to embrace them in the workplace. Describing seven distinct benefits of journalling, this guide will provide the tools needed to determine a desired career path and the stages necessary to make it possible.

About Author

Angela Caughlin is a psychotherapist, the author of The Only Way Through, and a presenter at workshops and conferences. She was the program director of Bo's Place, a children's grief center. She maintains a private counseling practice and has been involved in pilot programs at the Rockwell Foundation and the Transition Medicine Clinic at Baylor College of Medicine.


Foreword by Joan ChittisterIntroduction1) Sister Jane Frances Brockman. Saint Scholastica Monastery, Fort Smith, Arkansas2) Father Stanislaus Maudlin. Blue Cloud Abbey, Marvin, South Dakota3) Sister Victorine Fenton. Mount Saint Benedict Monastery, Crookston, Minnesota4) Father Clement Pangratz. Saint Martin's Abbey, Lacey, Washington5) Sister M. Matthias Igoe. San Benito Monastery, Dayton, Wyoming6) Father Vincent Martin. Saint Andrew's Abbey, Valymero, California7) Sister Joeine Darrington. Queen of Angels Monastery, Mount Angel, Oregon 8) Sister Firmin Escher. Saint Benedict's Monastery, St. Joseph, Minnesota9) Brother Victor J. Frankenhauser. Assumption Abbey, Richardton, North Dakota10) Sister Lillian Harrington. Mount Saint Scholastica Monastery, Atchison, Kansas11) Sister M. Louise Frankenberger. Holy Angels Convent, Jonesboro, Arkansas12) Father Bernard Sander. Mount Angel Abbey, Saint Benedict, Oregon13) Sister Marmion Maiers. Mother of God Monastery, Watertown, South Dakota14) Father Theodore Heck. St. Meinrad Archabbey, St. Meinrad, Indiana15) Sister Leonette Hoesing. Sacred Heart Monastery, Yankton, South Dakota16) Father Bede Stocker. Marmion Abbey, Aurora, Illinois17) Sister Juliana Bresson. Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, Clyde, Missouri18) Father Alban Boultwood. Saint Anselm's Abbey, Washington D.C19) Sister Annella Gardner. Sacred Heart Monastery, Richardton, North Dakota20) Father Eugene W. Dehner. Saint Benedict's Abbey, Atchison, Kansas21) Sister Mary Gregory Cushing. Benedictine Monastery, Tucson, Arizona22) Father Berthold Ricker. Saint John's Abbey, Collegeville, Minnesota23) Sister Placidia Haehn. Saint Placid Priory, Lacey, Washington24) Father James Jones. Conception Abbey, Conception, Missouri25) Sister Augustine Uhlenkott. Monastery of Saint Gertrude, Cottonwood, Idaho26) Father Placid Pientek. Saint Andrew Svorad Abbey, Cleveland, Ohio27) Sister Liguori Sullivan. Benet Hill Monastery, Colorado Springs, Colorado28) Father Paul R. Maher. Saint Vincent Archabbey, Latrobe, Pennsylvania29) Sister Agatha Burke. Saint Joseph Monastery, Tulsa, Oklahoma30) Father Frederic Schindler. Mount Michael Abbey, Elkhorn, NebraskaGLOSSARY of monastic termsTBD: EXCERPTS from the Rule of Benedict

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  • ISBN13: 9781933979588
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 160
  • ID: 9781933979588
  • weight: 264
  • ISBN10: 1933979585

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