In this book, he provides practical advice on what to do to lead a more spiritual life.
His deep knowledge of the various religions and his own spiritual wisdom motivates the reader to embark upon this fascinating journey to realize one's true nature.
Like the Rosetta Stone of ancient languages, "Essential Spirituality" is a translation key to our ancient wisdom traditions, including the world's religions.
I've learned quite a bit about several different regions practices. In essence, the book allows you to see that regardless of your religious preference the end results are always... Read morePublished 2 months ago by susan murias
The beauty of this book for me is definitely in how many faith traditions it draws from. Walsh captures how all the faiths point to the same core practices and ways of being. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Noodles Bhai
This book is perfect if:
1- you find the idea of cherry-picking religious practises that you believe can be practised in isolation outside of a complete Tradition and still be... Read more
Comprehensive coverage of building a spiritual life from many religious perspectives. Great food for thought on every page. Good read!Published 5 months ago by G Manahan
I read this book first for content, then read it again meditatively, and now keep it close by as a reference. I have purchased it for my sister. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Carl Gundersen
This book was a good read and will be a wonderful reference. He offers many suggestions and doesn't push any particular religion or method. Read morePublished 8 months ago by S. Walker
This is one of my favorite books. I have read it numerous times and used it as a text for classes. Walsh presents a set of key spiritual practices that he believes are common to... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Stephen Kliewer
Excellent and truthful the author reveals his own struggles with the practices. That helps to inspire you also having the comparative religious practices in one spot, it shows that... Read morePublished 10 months ago by scott b hebestreit