Ondy Willson

Spiritual Rebellion

What do we mean by that loaded word “spiritual”? To commune with nature and feel part of something bigger perhaps? Or to light candles, burn incense and summon the supernatural? And do we need to be religious to be genuinely spiritual? With mindfulness becoming mainstream, many of us are turning to the practice as a way to de-stress, bringing much needed relief from the hectic pace of our lives. But can we utilise its dynamic quality to offer us a more comprehensive understanding of spirituality?

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What do we mean by that loaded word “spiritual”? To commune with nature and feel part of something bigger perhaps? Or to light candles, burn incense and summon the supernatural? And do we need to be religious to be genuinely spiritual? With mindfulness becoming mainstream, many of us are turning to the practice as a way to de-stress, bringing much needed relief from the hectic pace of our lives. But can we utilise its dynamic quality to offer us a more comprehensive understanding of spirituality?

With warmth and wit, Ondy Willson — an experienced practitioner and international teacher of mindfulness and Buddhist psychology, but also Mum, Nanna and Maverick — shows us how we can gain insights into life’s eternally discombobulating questions. And not necessarily by changing our belief systems or trying to be something we’re not! She talks no-nonsense, ego-busting self-discipline, then takes us by the hand and gently guides us every step of the way, showing us how to use mindfulness to make the titanic shifts of thought and action that can change lives.

The content of this book is an inner scaffold for healing fractured selves and a crumbling world by using radical action on ourselves. To inspire us that transformation is possible, even for the most stubborn minds, Ondy shares candid examples from her own life and asks us to join her in a SPIRITUAL REBELLION!

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 10 cm