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Spiritual Fitness: How To Live in Truth and Trust

4.8 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
ISBN-13: 978-0875168098
ISBN-10: 0875168094
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Inspiring, motivating and highly entertaining. Spiritual Fitness can change your life." --Denise Linn, author of Sacred Space

If you want to go deeper in your life, you ll find no better coach than Caroline Reynolds. Do yourself a favor and read Spiritual Fitness today! --August Gold & Joel Fotinos, authors of The Prayer Chest

There are many 'how to' books that touch on various aspects of spirituality, but Caroline Reynolds has managed to put together a concise 'spiritual workout' that gently guides the reader in understanding how to realistically apply spiritual principles in every area of ones life. --Dennis Merritt Jones, DD

About the Author

Caroline Reynolds is a Spiritual Fitness Trainer and Celtic Wordsmith. She was born and raised in South Wales, has a home in London and is now based in the US. Caroline has developed a unique form of guided meditation called Vibrational Meditation, which uses voice resonance to re-attune energy. She has also created several innovative meditation cd s with Terry Disley, musician and composer with Grammy nominated jazz group, Acoustic Alchemy. She runs regular international retreats and gives talks and leads workshops extensively. Many of Caroline s seminars have produced life-changing results.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 169 pages
  • Publisher: DeVorss & Company (March 30, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0875168094
  • ISBN-13: 978-0875168098
  • Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 0.6 x 8.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,094,978 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Since I got this book I have not been able to put it down.It goes with me EVERYWHERE. The vocabulary is light and easy to identify with and the "exercises" at the end of each chapter are simple to put into practice. I have already found the contents of this book so thought provoking that I have been able to reassess and reassemble several old and tired thought patterns that I held for many years. The results are immediate and rewarding. Caroline's dialogue is clear and straightforward. She uses personal narratives and experiences to demonstrate a point or principle, and I have found myself both amused and humbled by her admissions. I have had the pleasure of attending several of her courses and because her book contains many of her expressions, it is as if she is there actually reading the contents out loud.
The method of setting the topics out and seperating them into 7 weeks work gives the reader a chance to work on one particular area as a complete concept before moving onto another. The guidelines are simple to follow yet encourage the reader to delve deeper within their own self, to work on the roots and core of personal existence. As I said before I have this book with me always. It has often felt as if I am on this life jouney with a companion to share the road with. I felt strongly that all the laws that Caroline expands on are formed out of her own self discovery and based on her own personal awareness. She explains the depth to which her life had sunk before she became aware that there was a better and more fulfilling way to live. I found this very humbling to read.
THIS BOOK IS A MUST for anyone and everyone. From those who are on a quest of self discovery and personal growth to those who enjoy understanding more about life around them.
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Caroline Reynolds's "Spiritual Fitness" changes lives. Amazingly, it speaks just as powerfully to me, a 30-year veteran of "human potential" and "spiritual growth" books and workshops who thought she'd read it all, as it would to a neophyte. If you do the simple exercises at the end of each chapter, your life is almost guaranteed to change for the better. But even readers who don't do the homework will find the book uplifting and rewarding. It's easy to read yet profound at the same time.

As a woman in a major life transition, I find this book a wonderful companion on my journey of personal growth and change, as it confirms and validates my own intuition and sense of the Truth. One term that especially resonated with me but with which I was previously unfamiliar is "non-alignment fatigue," describing that drain of energy that comes when one is with companions whose emotions are different from our own. Caroline makes it OK to trust our intuition and offers exercises to fine-tune our ability to listen to it. I highly recommend this book!
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When I began this book, my expectations were that I'd pick up a few tips and practices that might help on the distraction-packed road toward more mindful living. I was totally surprised, however, both by the book's depth and the eloquence with which Reynolds writes.

Each chapter takes a down-to-earth look at a spiritual principle, then further grounds it in simple but powerful exercises that I actually found myself wanting to do. Most importantly, I wanted to do them again.

It's organized as a week-to-week program, and I went through it that way rather quickly and have found myself returning to particularly challenging areas again and again. Luckily, the book not only invites rereading, but rewards it -- many of the exercises that didn't resonate for me (and thus I skipped the first time through) were actually quite powerful the second (or, okay, third... fourth) time around.

There are plenty of books about spirituality out there, and sometimes it's easier to just move on to the next one hoping "it" will change your life. Reynolds clearly recognizes that change is your choice, not some formula, and she gives you powerful tools to recognize your blocks and finally get past them.
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I bought "Spiritual Fitness" based on the description, "A seven week guide to finding purpose and sacredness in your everyday life."

It is a seven-week program. It also focuses heavily on spirituality and mental well-being. I don't have any complaints, but -- as someone who's been reading self-help and inspirational books for a long time -- I didn't find anything new in this book.

In addition, it's written for beginners, so a lot of this book didn't hold my interest. I already had a clear idea of what was expected during that week. Reading detailed explanations of things like how to know if I worry a lot... that wasn't what I wanted. (When I was reading books by Thom Hartmann, I realized that worry can become a really pointless habit. So, the worry issue wasn't new to me.)

On the other hand, I've read the glowing reviews of this book. Clearly, this is an ideal book for other people but not me. So, either they're beginners so this is all new information and they appreciate the detailed explanations, or this book resonated with them more than it did with me.

I prefer (and recommend) books like "Life Was Never Meant to Be a Struggle". It's a ridiculously tiny book that gets straight to the point. I've been re-reading it regularly since 1987. Wilde's flippant attitudes never get old, and he's good at lifting me out of a rut.

For those who want something intensely spiritual, I like Entering the Castle: Finding the Inner Path to God and Your Soul's Purpose.
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