Every Day a Holy Day
Every Day a Holy Day

Every Day a Holy Day

Exercises, Experiments and Practices for Mindful Living

Consciousness Classics

BODY, MIND & SPIRIT

154 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: ebook: EPUB, Mobipocket, ebook: PDF, Paperback

Paperback, $15.95 (US $15.95) (CA $20.95)

Publication Date: April 2017

ISBN 9780895562784

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Overview

Every Day a Holy Day is an excellent manual for the use of serious spiritual seekers who understand the importance of "being there" as a gateway to spiritual maturity and to the integration of spiritual experience in ordinary life. Rather than add special activities into our life under the banner of spiritual practices, this book demonstrates how to effortlessly fold spirituality into life. It offers 121 exercises that can be done effortlessly and without being noticed anywhere, anytime. Every Day a Holy Day is not about having a peak experience, although these exercises can be a catalyst for this. Rather, it points us to a way to live our lives, to be one with our environment and the people with whom we relate. The book offers a lifetime of keys in the guise of exercises, experiments and practices to keep unlocking the doors and deepening our relationship to our heart's desire.

Reviews

"Barbara Haynes has written an excellent manual for the use of serious seekers who understand the importance of "being there" as a gateway to spiritual maturity and to the integration of spiritual experience in ordinary life. I only hope that at a time when the world becomes increasingly catastrophic there are still people who are both eager to awaken and appreciative of the simplicity of her proposed exercises."  —Claudio Naranjo, author, Character and Neurosis

"This book is not about having a peak experience, although these exercises can be a catalyst for this. Ms. Haynes is pointing us to a way to live our lives, which all authentic teachings are about, to be one with our environment and the people with whom we relate. She gives us a lifetime of keys to keep unlocking the doors and deepening our relationship to our heart's desire."  —Purna Steinitz, author, Upasritan

"Rather than add special (new and different) activities into our life under the banner of spiritual practices, this book demonstrates how to effortlessly fold spirituality into life, incorporating it into every aspect of our day. Practical, effective, straight to the heart. A good read and an even better operating manual for a spiritualized life."  —Claude Needham, Ph.D., author, The Original Handbook for the Recently Deceased

Author Biography

Barbara Haynes was born in 1950 to a tenant farming family on the plains of west Texas. After graduating high school she attended Texas Tech University for a year before moving to Denver, Colorado where she worked and studied at the University of Colorado. Barbara continued to live in Denver until 1986 when she moved to Grass Valley to work with E.J. Gold and the community of IDHHB.