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How to Live Like a Monk

How to Live Like a Monk

Medieval Wisdom for Modern Life

By (author) Danièle Cybulskie

£17.99

Publishing 12th Oct 2021
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    • How medieval monastic practices — with their emphasis on a healthy body, mind, and soul — can inspire us to live fuller lives
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    We know that they prayed, sang, and wore long robes — but what was it really like to be a monk? Though monastic living may seem unimaginable to us moderns, it has relevance for today. This book illuminates the day-to-day of medieval European monasticism, showing how you can apply the principles of monastic living — like finding balance and peace — to your life.

    Using wit and insight, medievalist and podcaster Danièle Cybulskie dives into the history of monasticism in each chapter and then reveals applications for today, such as the benefits of healthy eating, streamlining routines, gardening, and helping others. She shares how monks authentically embraced their spiritual calling, and were also down to earth: they wrote complaints about being cold in the manuscripts they copied, made beer and wine, and even kept bees.

    This book features original illustrations by Anna Lobanova, as well as more than 100 colour reproductions from medieval manuscripts. It is for anyone interested in the Middle Ages and those seeking inspiration for how to live a full life, even when we’re confined to the cloister — or our homes.

    About the Author

    Danièle Cybulskie is the author of Life in Medieval Europe and The Five-Minute Medievalist. She co-runs Medievalists.net and is the creator and host of The Medieval Podcast.

    Specifications
    Publisher
    Abbeville Press
    ISBN
    9780789214133
    Publish date
    12th Oct 2021
    Binding
    Hardback
    Territory
    World excluding USA, Canada, Puerto Rico, Australia and New Zealand
    Size
    203 mm x 127 mm
    Pages
    192 Pages
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