About the book that started all of this…
What is spirituality? How does spirituality relate to my life? How do I develop spiritual beliefs? How can I use my spiritual beliefs in my every day life? What is death? Understanding your spirituality can feel like you are putting together a puzzle without a picture to guide you. Unpuzzling Spirituality invites the reader to explore answers to these questions and more. It helps the reader to put the pieces of the puzzle together to create a big, happy, peaceful, purposeful, and loving life.
Exploring your spirituality is a journey that can help you to figure out who you are, who you can be, and how you can understand and make a difference in the world around you.
Let’s unpuzzle your spirituality together!
Sample spreads from the book:
I read this book together with my 10-year-old daughter. The book has many great positive messages for adolescents about their uniqueness and importance, our interconnectivity in the world, and about positive, loving and thoughtful actions, all the while gently guiding the reader to find out more about their own spirituality by encouraging them to “try on” different beliefs to see what feels right to them. For us, the book brought out a lot of new and interesting family discussion. This would be a great read for a tween or young teen who might be dealing with something such as a death in the family, someone who is feeling disconnected in general, or for an adolescent who is maybe beginning to ask questions like, “Why are we here?” or “Why do bad things happen?" The concepts are clear and easy to understand, the overall message is positive and loving, and the illustrations add a bit of fun for a younger reader. Great read!
Incredible! You take these difficult concepts and break them down so simply... I wish I had this book growing up....
You’ve made the topic of spirituality, which is SO complicated - accessible to the general public. I can think of so many friends that I want to get this for because they are already spiritual and would love this to discuss with their kids. And more importantly, I have a few friends that are living so unconsciously and I think this will be the perfect intro to the idea of spirituality for them (disguised as a book for their kids).