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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Spiritual
  • Language:English
  • Pages:160

Finding Yourself in Transition

Using Life's Changes for Spiritual Awakening

by Robert Brumet

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Overview
Discover how to use change as a gateway to greater personal and spiritual growth! In this enlightening book, Robert Brumet weaves together strands of psychology, Eastern and Western mysticism, Bible interpretation, and personal history as he gently guides you through change and prepares you for new beginnings. Finding Yourself in Transition shows you how to achieve your full potential as it offers you the opportunity for a breakthrough into a whole new dimension of living.
Description
Our culture offers little help in coping with and overcoming the enormous personal, social and economic changes that are occurring around us and within our lives. Finding Yourself in Transition explores the spiritual opportunities inherent in life's changes and helps us discover how to use them as a gateway to greater personal and spiritual growth. Stands of psychology, Eastern and Western mysticism, Bible interpretation and personal history are masterfully interwoven in this important book about the dynamics of change. Finding Yourself in Transition offers you an opportunity for a breakthrough into a whole new dimension of living.
About the author
Robert Brumet is chairman of pastoral studies at Unity Institute at Unity Village, Missouri. Brumet teaches courses in pastoral counseling, meditation, and world religions. He also conducts seminars and programs on a wide variety of topics related to spiritual growth. He has presented his programs at churches and retreat centers throughout North America. His lectures, seminars, radio broadcasts, and magazine articles have impacted the lives of thousands of people. His audiocassette Life Transitions: Growing Through Change and a series of articles in Unity Magazine have been precursors to the publication of this book. Robert was ordained a Unity minister in 1980 and has served Unity churches in Evansville, Indiana, and Overland Park, Kansas. Before entering the ministry, he was a director of systems analysis for a Michigan manufacturing firm and an adjunct professor at two colleges in Western Michigan. A native of Toledo, Ohio, he received B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Toledo. In his leisure time, Robert enjoys tennis, canoeing, bridge, writing, and meditating. He has four grown children and four grandchildren. He resides in Kansas City, Missouri.

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