Religious And Spiritual Stories

Religions have long taught through parables. In the spiritual literature are many stories of strong moral values, positive reframing, constructive management of relationships, and healthy worldviews. Here is just a small sample.

Berg, L. (1999). The God stories: A celebration of legends. London: Frances Lincoln.

de Mello, A. (1988). The song of the bird. Anand, India: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash.

Feldman, C., & Kornfield, J. (1991). Stories of the spirit, stories of the heart: Parables of the spiritual path from around the world. San Francisco: Harper. Friedlander, S. (1987). When you hear hoofbeats think of a zebra: Talks on Sufism. New York: Perennial Library.

Hoff, B. (1989). The tao of Pooh. London: Mandarin. Hoff, B. (1993). The te of Piglet. London: Mandarin.

Jensen, L. (1999). Uncovering the wisdom of the heartmind. Wheaton, IL: Quest Books.

Martin, R., & Soares, M. (1995). One hand clapping: Zen stories for all ages. New York: Rizzoli.

Redhouse, R. W. (Trans.). (1977). Legends of the Sufis. London: Theosophical Publishing House.

Shah, I. (1970). Tales of the dervishes. New York: Dutton. Shah, J. (1979). The Sufis. London: Allen.

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