Monday, March 28, 2011


Improving Your Spiritual Health, Skydiving Provides Spiritual Uplift, Helping Children Spiritually Cope with Dying and Death…

Cheers to today! ~The SBNR Team

Today’s Meditation:


“There is no need to go to India or anywhere else to find peace. You will find that deep place of silence right in your room, your garden or even your bathtub.”
– Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

A deep relaxation guided meditation.

Spirituality News & Posts:

1. Karen Kleinwort: Five Steps to Improve Your Spiritual Health
“A healthy “spirit” does take a little extra effort, as it becomes a daily priority to embrace. In the beginning it is on your “to-do” list, but after a while it becomes second nature and a habit that for the most part you begin to do subconsciously.”

2. Cathy Lynn Grossman: How Unreligious is America? The Census Can’t Tell Us
“Every 10 years, we learn a lot more about America by the numbers. The Census data paint pictures of many aspects of our lives — except the spiritual dimension. The Census doesn’t ask religion. It’s a church/state thing.”

3. Jennifer Preyss: Leap of Faith: Skydiving Provides Spiritual Uplift
“Morris, whose been skydiving for more than 35 years, racking up more than 6,000 jumps, said spiritual experiences are common among novice jumpers, even though the sport is relatively safe. “When that door flings open, that’s ‘Meet Jesus time’ for a lot of people,” he said. “But the anxiety quickly dwindles, and it’s like they’re set free.”

4. Kenneth J. Doka: Helping Children Spiritually Cope with Dying and Death
“Children as young as 2 or 3 years old are trying to make sense of their world, and inevitably they are encountering their spirituality. Illness, grief and loss are often part of their worlds as well, so their spiritual development helps shape how they grapple with issues for which they want a concrete explanation.”

5. Rev. Jonathan Weyer.: A Christian Stands Alone at the Creation Museum
“Oddly enough, the museum contained very little about the theory of evolution. It actually contains very little science, other than the fossil display, which is very cool. In fact, the Creation Museum saved its most obvious attacks not on atheist evolutionists, but fellow Christians who believe in some form of evolution.”


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