Jogging Through Space

by Mary Morgan McKnight M. Div.



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/12/2002

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 7x7
Page Count : 208
ISBN : 9781553696698

About the Book

JOGGING THROUGH SPACE tells the story of the author's courageous journey in recovering from the long-term effects of life-threatening brain tumo(u)r surgery. As she researched therapeutic mind-body techniques for dealing with each physical, mental, emotional and spiritual challenge, she finally came to realize that she had compiled a simple handbook of 60 key pathways to feeling better. In this book, she presents each pathway clearly and concisely, showing how she came upon it-- techniques which anyone can use who is feeling persistent challenges in their life.

"JOGGING THROUGH SPACE is an anti-depressant between two covers. Mary Morgan McKnight, in a day-to-day account of her remarkable experience with nearly devastating brain surgery, describes the strategies she devised to cope with its effects. This book's vignettes of courage, love and kindness reveal the ability of the human spirit to not only survive adversity, but to build from it."
-- Robin Brown M.D.

"I am so impressed with Mary McKnight's book, JOGGING THROUGH SPACE. It is absolutely unique and beautiful -- like nothing else I've seen! It would be most effective for anyone who is depressed, hurting, dealing with pain management, or just wanting to improve their life and be inspired. The book is as lovely and gentle as is Mary. "

"Mary Morgan McKnight's JOGGING THROUGH SPACE" is a refreshing reminder of how precious life is, and how frail and vulnerable all of us are at times. I keep this book next to my desk and take the time daily to read a few pages to anchor its honest, candid observations and suggestions. This book is a priceless treasure of sincerity and simplicity."
--Tom Matters, U.S. Marine Corps Veteran

About the Author

Mary Morgan McKnight holds a Bachelor's and Master's degree from McMaster University, Ontario, Canada. She has worked as a teacher, parish minister, and spiritual director of a Quaker retreat center. She is the author of CALM CARDS, POCKET PROBLEM SOLVER, two books of poetry, AUNT MARY'S WOODSTOVE COOKBOOK, and is co-author of a stage musical. She is currently researching alternative healing techniques, and writing. A Canadian, she lives in Virginia with her teacher-husband, David.