Writing to Wake the Soul Opening the Sacred Conversation WithinNovember 5, 2013 By Collegeville Institute Karen Hering Hillsboro, OR, Beyond Words, 2013 Visit this title on the publisher's website » In Writing to Wake the Soul, writer, teacher, and Unitarian-Universalist minister Karen Hering invites readers to awaken the “still, small voice within” through the spiritual practice of writing. This is a book about words, but it’s equally about what pulses beneath them, what lies between the lines. It opens a path to the inner self and to the timeless wisdom deep within. By focusing on ten key spiritual words, Hering provides an elegant practice for readers to explore a greater intimacy with their spirituality, their soul, and their world. Writing to Wake the Soul guides readers to discover their own relationship with language and spirituality through over 200 pages of writing prompts, meditations, examples, and simple exercises. Perfect for writers and non-writers, and for theists, atheists, and agnostics alike, this book offers readers an easy method to articulate and explore the difficult questions of our time. Find the voice to express your greatest hopes, fears, dreams, and sorrows with Writing to Wake the Soul. Like this post? Subscribe to have new posts sent to you by email the same day they are posted.