3 edition of Paths to contemplation found in the catalog.
Paths to contemplation
Translation of: "Chemins de la contemplation". Paris : Desclée de Brouwer, 1969.
|Statement||[by] Yves Raguin ; translated [from the French] by Paul Barrett.|
|Series||Religious experience series -- vol.6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 154 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||154|
Contemplation, a state of wakefulness to the world around us, relies on a simple lifestyle that has, at its heart, a deep presence of stillness, solitude and silence. Contemplation will gently lead us on a journey where we become more mindful, leading to profound insights and eventually, awakening. Book Overview Renowned in his day as a mystic and theologian, Denis was born in in the Belgian province of Limburg which formerly comprised in the county of Hesbaye; died 12 March, His birthplace was Ryckel, a small village a few miles from Saint-Trond, whence ancient writers have often surnamed him Ryckel or?
Paths to Contemplation by Michael Gemignani. This book explores techniques of meditation and active contemplative prayer, in which the pray-er initiates the mechanism used. It also discusses passive contemplation in which God acts directly to give the soul an experience of God. Topics also covered include the stages of spiritual growth. Many Paths to Contemplation Tuesday, J After recently visiting Mexico and some of the refugee centers along the Texas border and seeing so many children and babies with their parents, I was reminded that contemplative Christianity’s rather monastic, solitary, silent approach just can’t be adequate to describe contemplation for.
Work done in this way is a means of contemplation. And thus we can see that contemplation is possible in and through activities that require total concentration A Christian who works for love of God works in vital union with Christ. Our work thus becomes God's work, operatio Dei, and hence a means of contemplation. But for this to be true, it. Coleridge and Contemplation is a multi-disciplinary volume on Samuel Taylor Coleridge, founding poet of British Romanticism, critic, and author of philosophical, political, and theological works. In his philosophical writings, Coleridge developed his thinking about the symbolizing imagination, a precursor to contemplation, into a theory of contemplation itself, which for him occurs in its Author: Peter Cheyne.
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Paths to Contemplation (French) Paperback – January 1, by Yves Raguin (Author)5/5(2). Paths to Contemplation by Yves Raguin () Mass Market Paperback – January 1, out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
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Yves Raguin has 12 books on Goodreads with 31 ratings. Yves Raguin’s most popular book is Paths To Contemplation. Paths to Contemplation By Michael Gemignani This book explores techniques of meditation and active contemplative prayer, in which the pray-er initiates the mechanism used.
It also discusses passive contemplation in which God acts directly to give the soul an experience of God. COVID Resources.
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Yves Raguin is the author of Paths To Contemplation ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews), 神的深處 ( avg rating, 1 rating, 1 review, published ), /5. Paths of Contemplation Setting out on paths of contemplation amid our daily life means letting the Holy Spirit shape Christ in us, so that His face is reflected in our features.
Spiritual Life 01/14/ Many Paths to Contemplation Tuesday, J After recently visiting Mexico and some of the refugee centers along the Texas border and seeing so many children and babies Paths to contemplation book their parents, I was reminded that contemplative Christianity’s rather monastic, solitary, silent approach just can’t be adequate to describe contemplation for most people.
Verified Purchase An outstanding book on Christian contemplative prayer; right up there with the "Cloud of Unknowing," the "Book of Privy Counsel," Keating's "Open Mind, Open Heart," and Frenette's "Path of Centering Prayer." The depth of Raguin's insight is obviously grounded in a lifetime of contemplative practice.5/5(2).
Paths to Contemplation has members. "Paths to Contemplation" was written in the late 's by the Jesuit Yves Raguin. It is now out of print and. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of Chemins de la contemplation.
Description: ix, pages ; 21 cm. Series Title. Pope John Paul II called the rosary "a path to contemplation". After one has been praying the rosary faithfully for a period of time, meditating on the mysteries, one gets to know Jesus and Mary better.
After a time the prayer may start to become more contemplative. Willigis Jäger's provocative study of the Christian comtemplative tradition and its relevance to contemporary daily life traces the development of contemplation as set forth in the writings of such celebrated mystics as Meister Eckhart, St.
John of the Cross, and the anonymous author of The Cloud of Unknowing. Jäger draws parallels with similar pathways in the East and notes the ways in.
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This book demonstrates how contemplative prayer is the path for the joy we seek. More particularly, it shows how contemplative prayer leads to a sense of self-worth and inner happiness which makes such joy possible. The kind of contemplation which Father Catoir recommends is not an abstraction or the privileged achievement of the few but an.
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Gentle path to wholeness and prosperity. This little book is a masterpiece of distilled wisdom. Poetic, refined and yet eminently practical, it introduces you to the technique at the core of the Gene Keys, and indeed of all paths towards wisdom.
out of 5 stars Contemplation: A Christian Path. Reviewed in the United States on 18 February Verified Purchase. As someone who is on a dedicated contemplative path, I found this book to be the most helpful I have ever read, and I have read dozens of other books /5(8).
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Coleridge and Contemplation is a multi-disciplinary volume on Samuel Taylor Coleridge, founding poet of British Romanticism, critic, and author of philosophical, political, and theological works.
In his philosophical writings, Coleridge developed his thinking about the symbolizing imagination, a precursor to contemplation, into a theory of contemplation itself, which for him occurs in its.
Action and Contemplation: Part One. An Embarrassing Silence Monday, January 6, When I first learned contemplation in my Franciscan novitiate, I was taught a practice of silent, wordless prayer.
Over the decades, I have learned there are many paths to contemplation, myriad ways to access nondual consciousness.Contemplation is something of a forgotten spiritual path.
Unlike meditation, it does not completely bypass the mind, rather it uses the mind in a playful way to open new inner pathways inside your brain and body. It is through sustained gentle contemplation on the Gene .