The Inner Work Of Eldering (The Spirituality Of Later Life) (Volume 2)
The Inner Work of Eldering continues the yearlong exploration of THE SPIRITUALITY OF LATER LIFE begun with the previous issue of Itineraries. The issue opens, fittingly, with a tribute by Robert Atchley to Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, a gentle pioneer in the conscious aging movement. Guest editor Ron Pevny explores core concepts associated with conscious aging — life review, healing and reconte...
Series: The Spirituality of Later Life
Paperback: 102 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; Second Edition edition (December 1, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.2 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 3045473
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tualizing the past, deepening spiritual connection, accepting mortality, creating legacy, and letting go — and introduces the contributors to the special focus section. Gary Carlson recounts his own personal efforts to ground his post-retirement doing in a deepening awareness of being. Rosalie Muschal-Reinhardt reminds us that wisdom comes not from having experiences, but from reflecting on them. Steve Harsh offers a charming story of his grandmother's unique way of memorializing life events. Julia Riley in “Forgiveness — The Gift You Give Yourself” focuses on the inner work that allows us to process grief and losses that would otherwise drain our energies. Finally, physician Louden Kiracofe, reflecting on his work with the terminally ill, probes the power of illness and physical diminishment to add intensity and meaning to life. Rounding out the issue are articles by Deborah Windrum, author of Harvesting the Bounty of Your Career, and Richard Matzkin, co-author with his wife Alice, of The Art of Aging: Celebrating the Authentic Aging Self. Second Journey sage-in-residence, John G. Sullivan, explores “The Hidden Work of Elderhood.” The volume closes with an essay, “Second Journeys,” by Bolton Anthony, followed by a Barbara Kammerlohr review of two recent books that explore aging through disparate lenses.