Tag Archives: meditation

Seeing the Divine WIthin

“In the fourth century AD the deserts of Egypt, Palestine, Arabia and Persia were peopled by a race of men….They sought a way to God that was uncharted and freely chosen, not inherited from others who had mapped it out … Continue reading

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Insane for the Light: Psychosis and Mysticism

“Everyone has to have a spirituality and everyone does have one, either a life-giving one or a destructive one. No one has the luxury of choosing here because all of us are precisely fired into life with a certain madness … Continue reading

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Searching for the Hidden Ashram

“The Longest journey of any person is the journey inward.” Dag Hammarskjöld, Markings. “The fourth condition is Atman in his own pure state: the awakened life of supreme consciousness. It is neither outer nor inner consciousness, neither semi-consciousness, neither consciousness … Continue reading

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Mutual Dialogue on Religious Differences

“The longest journey is the journey inward.” Dag Hammerskjold, Markings. A clue to encounters with the spiritualities of the world can be found in Hermann Hesse’s novel Siddartha. “One can only pass on knowledge, but not wisdom,” Siddartha explains at … Continue reading

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Compassionate Mother of the Desert

“Mother of Love and Compassion, Bestow your wisdom upon me. Help me see humanity through your eyes. Help me master the love and compassion that you hold near your heart of God. Help me shine like a beacon in the … Continue reading

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