The Spiritual Self - A SPIRITUALITY OF HEALING AND INTEGRATION FOR THE TIMES WE LIVE IN
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A Spirituality of Healing and Integration, offers much needed wisdom for the spiritual landscape we find ourselves in at this time. The inspiring symbolism, intertwined with scripture, story and insights from psychology makes it a compelling read. It outlines succinctly and clearly where we have come from and where we find ourselves as church in Ireland today. But it doesn’t stop there, it navigates us towards a spirituality of the future and offers a direction in which we can be orientating ourselves in religious practice.‘Life is like a voyage on the sea of history, often dark and stormy, a voyage in which we watch for the stars that indicate the route.’ (Spe Salvi 49)In Vol 6 of Wood You Believe, through scripture and sculpture, story and self-acceptance, Jim Cogley encourages his readers to face the turbulence of today’s faith voyage and drop anchor in the Spirit of God within.Shadow and light, wholeness and imperfection are embraced on the self-abandon voyage leading towards the ‘living water welling up within to eternal life’. (John 4:14)Phrases such as, ‘The Samaritan woman went away with the well’; ‘When we listen something new is born’; ‘Transformation’; ‘Under new management’; ‘Let go, let God’; are like pop-ups that sparkle anew throughout A Spirituality of Healing and Integration leading the reader to ‘Jesus, the true light, the sun that has risen above the shadow of history.’ (Spe Salvi 49)Bishop Eamonn Walsh
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Fr Jim Cogley was born in Wexford in 1954. He trained for the priesthood in St Patrick’s College Maynooth, where he took degrees in English, Philosophy and Theology. Ordained in 1980 for the Diocese of Ferns in Ireland, he has a deep love of the Sea and his work with symbols. Formerly based in Kilmore Quay for most of his pastoral life and now in Oylegate, he has many years’ teaching experience and is a counselling supervisor. As a psychotherapist, he trained in the Jungian tradition. His particular area of interest is that of Intergenerational Healing present.His innovative, self-taught woodworking skills, developed in recent years, provide a unique opportunity to present the age-old truths of life and spirituality in the form of symbols that speak to the soul. Many of the seminars he conducts throughout the country on topics such as those covered in the ‘Wood you Believe’ series involve the use of such symbols. His concept of a Memorial Trail and Garden to people lost at sea, located in Kilmore Quay, and the recently opened Tree of Life and Raphael’s Healing Garden in Oylegate are now major visitor attractions.A Spirituality of Healing and Integration is the sixth volume in the Wood You Believe series.