“Pilgrimage of the Soul” by Phileena Heuertz: Review

“Journey Into Wholeness” — Margaret’s book review of Pilgrimage of a Soul by Phileena Heuertz, posted on the Englewood Review of Books

Journey Into Wholeness

Change that ushers in a new way of life begins deep inside. Conceived when personal longings we’ve hardly noticed are touched by a boundless longing too great to be contained, the new way of life needs a period of gestation to grow and knit its parts together.

Unfortunately, the old life with its long-established habits looks askance at this unasked-for pregnancy, tries to block the labor, and kicks the cradle every chance it gets. That’s one reason people go on pilgrimage or take a sabbatical far from home: to give incipient change a chance to take root and grow new habits that will bear fruit on the return to “normal life.”

In Pilgrimage of a Soul: Contemplative Spirituality for the Active Life, Phileena Heuertz reports back on just such a journey….

Read the complete review on Englewood Review of Books.

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