Sacred Self-Care: Daily Practices For Nurturing Our Whole Selves Taking care of ourselves is essential, and lately, we've started to pay more attention to the ways our physical bodies need nourishment. But we are not just bodies. We are sacred beings, and our souls need just as much care and attention. As a clinical psychologist, pastor, and activist, Dr. Chanequa Walker-Barnes has worked with clients, clergy, seminary faculty, faith-based activists, and others to encourage them to think of self-care as both a divine right and a sacred obligation. She now makes that information available to everyone as a seven-week devotional that asks what our divine creation means for how we care for ourselves. Each day, Walker-Barnes identifies some of the barriers that prevent us from exercising care and gives simple practices, prompts, scripture passages, hymns, and prayers that will help to shift our behaviors and create lifelong habits. Sacred Self-Care invites us on a journey to craft a sustainable self-care practice to care for our whole selves.
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