Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: It's Impossible to Be Spiritually Mature, While Remaining Emotionally Immature Free Audiobook Download by Peter Scazzero
Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: It's Impossible to Be Spiritually Mature, While Remaining Emotionally Immature is a book about the relationship between emotions and spirituality. Scazzero argues that just as a mature adult can be emotionally immature, so too can an emotionally mature person remain emotionally immature. He goes on to explain how spirituality (mental wellness) requires both maturity of emotions and maturity of thought.
As it turns out, the spiritual journey can be an emotionally intense and deeply personal one. Once you've reached a certain level of maturity, healing your emotional wounds becomes a lifelong pursuit. It's impossible to heal from something without first remembering it.
The emotionally healthy spiritual life is one that is free of the baggage of the past and present. One must be free to let go of their past and live in the present moment. The idea of an emotionally healthy spirituality is constantly evolving, but it's impossible to remain emotionally immature while being spiritually mature. It's a constant push and pull.
If you think you can be spiritually mature without also being emotionally mature, you're wrong. It's impossible to have either one without the other.
The audiobook is an incredibly easy way to listen to the author's thoughts and ideas. There are hours of material in it for you to listen to, whether you're driving in your car or working out at the gym. It's worth every penny.
The idea that one can be emotionally mature as a spiritual being, while remaining emotionally immature is an oxymoron. In order to grow spiritually in any area of life, we must first emotionally mature. The best-selling book Spiritual Maturity by Dr. Wayne Dyer and Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
|Duration||6 hours 23 minutes|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Category||Religion & Spirituality|
|Parent Category||Counseling & Inspirational, Christianity|