Reflective Caring Paperback
Imaginative Listening to Pastoral Experience
by Bob Whorton;
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Reflective Caring will introduce you to the innovative method of "soul reflection" - a technique aimed at transforming people's lives. "Soul reflection" can be defined as an objective inference of our inner reactions. If we apply this principle, we can become a more fulfilled, wholesome version of ourselves.
Reflective Caring by Bob Whorton was published by Spck in March 2011 and is our 29892nd best seller. The ISBN for Reflective Caring is 9780281064137.
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Reflective Caring - Imaginative Listening to Pastoral ExperienceJohn Irvine, via The Good Book Stall
This book is concerned with how we listen to another person in need and how we ourselves are affected by the encounter. The main emphasis is indeed on us, exploring our own innermost reactions when we have a dialogue with someone who needs help. There is a close analysis of the many selves that make up each individual being. The author calls it “soul reflection” when we listen to the inner reactions of the different selves within us. When we reflect honestly on our caring work we become more aware, not only of other people’s problems, but also of our own. There is a useful appendix containing some soul exercises and some questions for reflection. Bob Whorton is a hospice chaplain with a wealth of experience in counselling and spiritual direction. This book is an original look at the human self and how understanding ourselves first will make it so much easier to understand others.
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|Page last updated||8th September 2015|
|Author / Artist||Bob Whorton|
|Publisher||Spck (March 2011)|
|Number of Pages||160|