Living Grace: A Daily Companion for Meditation and Contemplation

We live our lives one day at a time. Just as we need physical nourishment to meet the challenges of each day, we also need spiritual sustenance to live enlightened, joyful and loving lives. It is my prayer that these daily reflections, rooted in the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda and the Judeo-Christian Scriptures, serve to inspire you to realize your highest God-given potential.

Testimonials:

“A daily invitation…a daily encouragement…perhaps an occasional challenge…offered by Craig Bullock to all people – believers and spiritual wanderers – searching to be embraced within the transcendent. This book of daily meditations will accompany you in your efforts to surrender to and follow the best that is in you. It can help open for you the depth of transcendent mystery in your daily thoughts, fears, dreams, and actions.” –Fr. Dan Holland | Senior Priest, Diocese of Rochester

“Living Grace is the treasured companion that opens the door, wider and wider, to God’s presence, to dwelling in beauty, truth, and goodness, here and now. Craig Bullock draws deeply from three well-springs: the insights of developmental psychology, the profound understanding of Paramahansa Yogananda, and, most prominently, the wisdom of Jesus and Franciscan spirituality. Highly recommended!” –Richard Reilly, Ph.D. | Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, St. Bonaventure University, President, Olean Meditation Center

“Craig Bullock is a wise and deeply spiritual man. He is truly God-inspired, and to know him is to journey to the most spacious interior and interpersonal realms imaginable. His reflections and prayers are the stuff of truth; join him on the path of illumination!” –Kent Osbourn, Ph.D. | Clinical Psychologist

 


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Craig Bullock
is the founder and spiritual director of The Assisi Institute. An ordained Kriya Yoga teacher, Craig is an accomplished writer, teacher, lecturer and psychotherapist. His diverse education includes extensive study in psychology, spirituality, mysticism and world religions.