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Looking at health from a holistic, multidimensional perspective, this reference seeks to provide a spiritual foundation for well-being that supplements traditional medical - and alternative - healing models.

By exploring the concepts of health and disease from the inside out and breaking down the process into simple precepts that can be implemented at no cost, this guide presents techniques and practices that develop a greater awareness of the factors that impact health.

An analysis of eight spiritual principles that serve as a basis for healthy living are followed by useful information regarding stress, fasting, stretching, breathing, laughter, acid and alkali balance, and the effect of sugar on the body. A 30-day health plan rounds out the discussion, equipping one with significant and meaningful steps toward health and well-being that can be maintained for life.

©2010 Peace Theological Seminary & College of Philosophy (P)2011 Peace Theological Seminary & College of Philosophy

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Love it. Very good quality material

What made the experience of listening to Living the Spiritual Principles of Health and Well-Being the most enjoyable?

It is one thing to find the time to sit and read. I can listen while I am painting, on a plane, or playing solitaire and I don't have to work too hard to listen as I need to to read.

What other book might you compare Living the Spiritual Principles of Health and Well-Being to and why?

The Spiritual Warrior book by the same author is filled with things to understand and work inside me that I am drawn to. It isn't something that would occur to me but it does work.

Which scene was your favorite?

Not that kind of book

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

no. it is one I want to study

Any additional comments?

I will look further into John-Roger in audible books. I am really enjoying it.