How many people devote as much time to their prayer lives and relationships with God as they give to the care of their minds and bodies? What would happen if you gave just 15 minutes of your day to God? Would your life change? You bet it would.
Exercising Your Soul is a spiritual fitness program, a guide to firming up your faith that offers practical techniques to recharge and enhance your relationships with yourself, with others, and most importantly, with God. Drawing from spiritual practices from Christian traditions that have transformed the lives of millions throughout the centuries, the prayers and exercises in this audiobook are powerful ways of experiencing God in your day-to-day life. With a style that is personal and engaging, author Gary Jansen brings to life each of the practices he suggests as he shares his own growth through the disciplines.
With beautifully told modern-day parables and stories, Exercising You Soul makes complicated concepts simple and exquisite. It is the antithesis of a self-help book, Jansen explains; it is rather a “God-help book”, one that places God at the center of all things and will change your life forever.
“Prayer is not just for the saints, but for you. Gary Jansen’s beautiful book is filled with simple how-to advice on jump-starting your relationship with God. Using insights from the spiritual exercises of Saint Ignatius Loyola, Jansen offers straightforward advice on how to begin, or deepen, your relationship with the one who loved us into being.” (James Martin, SJ, author of The Jesuit Guide to Almost Everything)
“This is one of those rare books where the author captures the authentic goal of the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises, namely Divine Union and the interconnectedness of all life. In a simple and collective style, Gary Jansen makes it easier to experience God, who is present in every creature.” (Paul Coutinho, SJ, author of Just as You Are: Opening Your Life to the Infinite Love of God)
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