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xiv, 205 pages ; 22 cm
"An affirming exploration of how to deepen the practices we do every day-yoga, book club, walking the dog-so they become rituals in the fabric of our modern spiritual lives"-- Provided by publisher.
Preface / by Dacher Keltner -- Introduction: The paradigm shift -- Connecting with self -- Connecting with others -- Connecting with nature -- Connecting with transcendence -- Already connected.
We no longer seek purpose and community withing traditionally religious spaces-- CrossFit, book clubs and yoga studios have become our new congregations. In a climate of social isolation, how do we make the things we do every day fulfill our search for meaning? Kuile shows how turning everyday activity into intentional rituals can transform our lives, restore our sense of purpose, and nurture our souls. -- adapted from jacket.
Online version: ter Kuile, Casper, The power of ritual New York, NY : HarperOne,  9780062882066 (DLC) 2019030899