Synopses & Reviews
According to the author, "stopping" is a simple, straightforward, contemplative system of "doing nothing, as much as possible, for a definite period of time, for the purpose of becoming more awake and remembering who you are" so you can get going again in a more purposeful and centered way. This book shows readers how to achieve stopping, and see the light of grace even in the most hectic of times. 200 pp. Targeted ads.
Stopping is a simple, straightforward technique for "doing nothing, as much as possible, for a definite period of time, with the purpose of becoming more awake and remembering who you are," so that you can live more purposefully and peacefully.
About the Author
David Kundtz, author, speaker, and licensed psychotherapist, is also director of Inside Track Seminars, which offers courses on spiritually based stress management and emotional health for the helping profession. He has graduate degrees in both psychology and theology and a doctorate in pastoral psychology. David is also the author of Quiet Mind, Stopping, and Moments in Between, among others.