Meditation has long been both a path to self-awareness and a way of consciously building a bridge to the spiritual world. Many of the most common techniques arose in Eastern traditions, but this book describes a decades-old approach that originated in Western Christianity.
The author starts by describing the steps needed to make meditation possible, drawing on ideas of Rudolf Steiner. He discusses various forms of meditation, including review of the day, meditations on specific words and images, and meditations for the deceased. Finally he describes a specifically Christian approach, using a few words and sentences from the Gospel of St. John that provide fruitful subjects for meditation.
This is a deep, insightful book from an experienced priest of The Christian Community.
Written by Bastian Baan
6" x 9.25"