Michael Fish | Contemplative Ways of Being No. 1

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Spoken Word: Inspirational New Age: Self-Help Moods: Spiritual
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Contemplative Ways of Being No. 1

by Michael Fish

5 full length recordings of one of Micheal Fish's groundbreaking Spiritual Retreats that will leave you feeling optimistic and at home in your own skin. Highly recommended!
Genre: Spoken Word: Inspirational
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  Song Share Time Download
1. 01 Learning a New Language (Live)
67:19 album only
2. 02 Life as Journey (Live)
68:11 album only
3. 03 Stalking the Gap (Live)
78:55 album only
4. 04 Becoming Who You Are (Live)
66:12 album only
5. 05 Woman at the Well (Live)
74:38 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Part 1 of a 3 part series capturing the possibilities of contemplative ways to "Being".

Fr. Michael Fish draws from many disciplines to formulate a clear and meaningful message that everyone can relate to. His humorous and unassuming nature will leave you with an inner smile long after you stop listening. The recordings are filled inspiration and metaphors that will open doors you didn't realize were there.

"I like to listen in the car during my long commute. It helps me put things into perspective and give me a wonderful sense of well being that stays with me through the day. The crazy thing is that each time I listen I hear something that I hadn't noticed before. It's like and endless well that I can draw from again and again"

Laura H.

"A friend sent me a set of Fr. Michael's CDs. I set aside a week end at the Biltmore and made my own retreat. I listened to 2 recordings a day and walked the lush grounds of the hotel with my journal in hand. It was amazing what I was able to capture during those 3 days of silent thought and contemplation."

Marylin G.



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