Part 1 Preface by Alan Jones Chapter 2 Welcoming the Stranger Chapter 3 Good Teachers Chapter 4 Midwife to the Soul Chapter 5 Women and Spiritual Direction
Margaret Guenther is an Episcopal priest, spiritual director, and retreat leader. She recently retired as professor of ascetical theology at The General Theological Seminary in New York, where she was the director of its Center for Christian Spirituality. Her other books include The Practice of Prayer and Toward Holy Ground: Spiritual Directions for the Second Half of Life.
Even apart from its value as a book on the process of spiritual
direction, Holy Listening is a delightful commentary on every
Christian's spiritual journey. * Review For Religious *
This excellent and wise book continues an important trend as the spiritual traditions of classical Christianity and other religions are translated into the idioms and situations of the modern world. This work is useful for those who are spiritual directors, directees, or those interested in issues related to spiritual growth. ... I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is easy to read yet filled with insight. Perhaps the best recommendation I can give it is to say that it has helped me in my own spiritual pilgrimage. -- Rev. Dr. Gerald A. Butler * Congregations *
Because the author's sincerity and authenticity resound from every page, ... this work is bound to prove insightful and revelatory to the inexperienced as well as the experienced. It is earthy and practical, sensitive and contemplative. * Sisters Today *