Works by Joan
January 13, 2005
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Minding the Body, Mending the Mind
Dr. Borysenko guides you to a new understanding of
illness and health and shows you how you can take an active role in healing
"If knowledgeable words can help people get the most out
of being human, this book is full of them." --
Guilt is the Teacher, Love is the Lesson (1990)
On Wings of Light: Meditations for Awakening to the Source (1992)
In Joan's view of our universe, pain, anxiety, and fear are the inner
physicians that permit us to experience transformational healing, but only if
we adopt a philosophy of spiritual optimism.
Fire in the Soul: A New Psychology of Spiritual Optimism (1993)
Prayers, meditations, and affirmations to nurture your
spirit every day of the year
Pocketful of Miracles (1994)
The Borysenkos have integrated their considerable knowledge of medicine,
metaphysics, spirituality, and alternative forms of healing into The Power of
the Mind to Heal that reveals how we can use the amazing power of the mind to
heal the physical and emotional ailments that afflict us.
The Power of the Mind to Heal (1994) with Miroslav Borysenko, Ph.D.
Invocation of the Angels (1995)
"A courageous and thought-provoking examination of a
feminine way of growth. This is a book that changes lives." --
Rachel Naomi Remen, M.D., author of Kitchen Table Wisdom
A Woman's Book of Life: The Biology, Psychology, and Spirituality of the
Feminine Life Cycle (1996)
Morning and Evening Meditations and Prayers (1997)
Reflections on a Woman's Book of Life (1997)
Seventy Times Seven: On the Spiritual Art of Forgiveness (1997)
The Joan Borysenko Gift Collection (1997)
Beginner's Guide to Meditation (1998)
Seven Paths to God: The Ways of the Mystic: Seven Paths to God (1999)
Joan explains that some people find God by living in harmony with the
rhythms of nature, others by the practice of specific meditations and prayers.
For some, the way is beauty, creativity, love, devotion, study, or service.
Just as many rivers lead to the sea, there are many paths to God. Each person
has different wiring for connecting to God through service, contemplation,
creativity, love and other paths that are natural expressions of who we are.
A Woman's Spiritual Journey: Finding the Feminine Path to Fulfilment
A Woman's Journey to God (2001)
Joan offers a sympathetic guide to both the unique obstacles
and the unique strengths women face in their faith-lives. Given their highly
intuitive nature, which makes them more inclined toward mystical experiences,
and the patriarchal language that sheathes those experiences in
misunderstanding, women often find at best a dysfunctional home in traditional
religions. This book is a book on the interconnectedness, ritual and natural
relationality that define a woman's spiritual path, and an interesting
historical perspective on women and religion.
Fire in the Soul (2001)
52 weekly entries of 800 to 1,000 words that are both inspirational and
practical. Through story and science, spirituality and humor, the readers will
be given easily learnable skills to help them change their lives and attitudes
to recover inner peace, one week at a time.
Inner Peace for Busy People: 52 Simple Strategies for Transforming Your Life
Inner Peace for Busy Women: Balancing Work, Family, and Your Inner Life
On Wings of Light: Finding Hope When the Heart Needs Healing (2003) with
A Woman's Spiritual Retreat: Teaching, Meditations, and Rituals to Celebrate
Your Authentic Feminine Wisdom (2004)
Menopause: Initiation into Power; Teachings and Meditationns to Unleash Your
Creativity and Intuition at Midlife (2004)