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Kaleidoscope: Broadening the Palette in the Art of Spiritual Direction ペーパーバック – 2019/12/17
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A comprehensive resource for understanding the various components of spiritual directionThe first such resource written entirely by spiritual directors of colorEarly mystics of the Near East and northern Africa created the monastic traditions and were the first psychologists, exploring various practices to test the human capacity. In medieval times, spiritual direction was common in the Roman Catholic monastic traditions. It extended significantly into Protestant Christianity in the late twentieth century by predominantly white and affluent organizations. Spiritual direction has progressively become a global, multi-religious and interfaith practice. This book is a comprehensive and concise text from a spiritual director of color, offering inclusive resources and tools to spiritual directors of many faiths and for people of diverse cultures and traditions. Core skills such a deep listening, hospitality, and discernment are presented with cutting-edge lessons on internal liberation, systemic trauma, and imaginative discovery. Spiritual direction is taught by more than 100 educational institutions and spirituality centers in the US alone, but typical curriculum generally does not reflect current cultural reality and growing diversity. This is a textbook for anyone who studies spiritual direction as both preparation for and deepening of their calling.
Ineda Pearl Adesanya is an American Baptist minister and spiritual director. Ineda holds Masters degrees from San Francisco Theological Seminary and Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley. She provides spiritual direction, retreats, an annual Spirituality and Hermeneutics Forum, and a weekly blog. She teaches at the Interfaith Chaplaincy Institute, and is a pastoral counselor and spiritual director for the Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, SFTS, and in private practice.