5 edition of Finding the still point found in the catalog.
Originally published: The still point. Boston : Dharma Communications, 1996.Includes bibliographical references (p. -107).
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|Pagination||xvi, 110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
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Anekdota nomismata kopenta en Glarentsa kata mimēsin tōn Enetikōn, hypo Rovertou tou ex Andēgauōn, hēgemonos tēs Peloponnēsou (1346-1364).
The missing element is a spirituality deeply rooted in the theology and tradition of a major religion. "The New Testament," he says, "is a drama of the Christ in Finding the still point person. Guided audio instructions--available for download online--supplement the teachings throughout the book, giving beginners the tools they need to take that first step into Zen practice and meditation. Meditations and exercises throughout the book allow readers to expand and explore their personal understanding of spirituality.
More than that, it is a revitalizing gift, which the church can reclaim for its own sake, and offer the outside church who are seeking identity, meaning and purpose. Table of Contents Part 1 The Practice of Zen Meditation 1 What Is Zazen? Loori's perspective is Zen, but it doesn't matter for this. She is the co-author of Dancing in the Flames written with Marion Woodman.
It started out doing a great job Finding the still point describing that 'still point' and getting down to practicality on the whys and hows of it! Anxiety and panic are in the air. Argues that the most effective care is given when a skilled practitioner combines technical skill with empathy, compassion and a still, listening attitude.
Secular therapists and self-help gurus have been mining the church's tradition to create their own methods of stress relief and wellness. At first, I was loving this book! " It didn't take long to figure out why some Christians want to discount Harpur.
Dancing at the Still Point reveals a remarkable friendship rooted in Soul that is both deeply personal and transpersonal.
that idea is pretty provocative.
Through Zen meditation it is possible to find stillness of mind even amidst our everyday activities--and this book reveals how.