ST. PAUL, MINN – Everyone longs for a soulful purpose that sets the heart ablaze. This book guides you on a journey through accessible meditations to help you experience the deep joy and fulfillment that comes when we live in the immediate and irrefutable now. Join Neale Lundgren as he shares thirty awakening exercises designed to help you activate your soul’s senses, become more present to your inner and outer worlds, and learn to bring soulfulness to your relationships with others. This book is all about helping you reconnect to your soul and strengthening your personal sense of purpose in life. With breathing exercises, visualizations, affirmations, and more, you will learn to incorporate ancient spiritual technologies even in the midst of your busy 21st century life.
US $15.99 | CAN $21.99
US Release December 2020
NEALE LUNDGREN, PhD (Atlanta, GA), is a therapist, a former Benedictine monk, a poet, and a musician. He received his doctoral degree from Emory University in psychological, philosophical, and religious thought and has taught courses at St. John’s University, Emory University, and Pacifica Graduate Institute.
—Daniel Ladinsky, international bestselling author and translator
In the 4th season of Healing Arts, Dr. Shelley Kaehr invites special guests and fellow Llewellyn authors. Today, Dr. Shelley welcomes Neale Lundgren, PhD. Shelley speaks to Dr. Lundgren about his incredible new book,
Meditations for the Soul.
Meditations and reflections on the universal wisdom contained in the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.
A doctoral thesis exploring the creative potentials of neurosis and psychosis. Students interested in exploring psychology in literature are welcome to download the work from this online library archive.
a continuation and expansion of Volume 1.
a novel based on Dr. Lundgren’s monastery journey.
a novella that illuminates the teachings of universal wisdom.
an exploration into the mystical states and stages of consciousness in the esoteric traditions of the world religions.