A faith-based method of tending to the heart
We all need spiritual resilience to thrive, especially in tough times. Spiritual resilience shows up as a mostly-but-not-always state of gratitude, hope, compassion and joy. Spiritually resilient people know who they are and why they're here, and they've learned how to transform suffering and come out the other side.
Some people come by these qualities naturally. Most of us wander off into the weeds if we're not paying attention.The Spiritual Resilience Project draws on centuries-old spiritual traditions and reinforces them with what we now know about how our bodies and our spirits interact. Our approach is rooted in the Christian tradition but is adaptable to a variety of religious and secular settings. United in the Spirit, we seek to transform ourselves and the world.
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