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The High Heeled Guide to Spiritual Living Paperback – July 16, 2011
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Personal spirituality is the way we view ourselves and the world around us on a daily basis; where we turn our thoughts outwards to embrace the very essence of Life. As Shakespeare observed there is far more in heaven and earth that we as individuals can dream or philosophise about and it helps if we have a faith or belief that there is ‘something’ out there worth seeking. The High Heeled Guide to Spiritual Living is a much more serious book than its predecessor because instead of entertaining the reader with her personal revelation, Alice gets us to hold up the mirror and participate in a series of carefully orchestrated exercises. She encourages us to look at our own spirituality (or lack of it) in a Universal context.
Spirituality, of course, means different things to different people and as Alice says: “Spirituality is a serious dose of introspection and self help. It is continual and just when you think you are getting good at it, you will make a step backward and have to start all over again.Read more ›
I agreed with almost all of the advice in this book because I had discovered much of it on my own over the last 65 years (well let's be honest - over the last 15 years), but I kept wondering how did she get so much insight at such a young age? I still don't know, but it really doesn't matter. As Grist would be sure to agree, there is no point in comparing yourself to anyone else.
I wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone and everyone, including males. Here are a few of my favorite chapters/topics:
feminism, consumerism, happiness, dumb culture, and the natural world.
Reading this book will make you feel happy, hopeful and loving.