“Loving: Tapping your Spiritual Source”
Catherine wrote: “Loving: Tapping Your Spiritual Source” as her Doctoral Treatise and it found its way to becoming a book nominated for the prestigious Nautilus Award. An award that recognizes books that contribute to social justice.
She based her thesis on the hypothesis; “Can a person deepen and expand their experience of Loving by practicing loving in every area of their lives? And she created a program to do just that.
Her program was practiced for 4 weeks by a study group and the participants overwhelmingly found a greater experience and fulfillment by the practice of the exercises she created and presented in the book.
Catherine used the book and its practices with woman inmates for two years to great success.
There are many books that reflect upon the meaning of love and its power to change our lives. Here, finally is a practical program to access the love available to you now.
This is an exquisitely beautiful book that is simple to read, a wonderful support and tool to build the most loving life possible. The power of love will transform all aspects of your life, deepening your relationships, boosting your health, fulfilling your career, and having more fun in your life.
Nautilus Book Awards is an annual accolade of books in the genre of social and environmental justice.Established in the U.S. in 1998, it is considered a "major" book award and has been conferred to prominent authors including The Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra, Barbara Kingsolver, Thich Nhat Hanh, Amy Goodman, Charles, Prince of Wales and Desmond Tutu.