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Spirituality and the desert experience.

Spirituality and the desert experience.

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Published by Institute of Formative Spirituality, Duquesne University in [Pittsburgh, PA] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- Doctrines.,
  • Spiritual life -- Catholic Church.,
  • Deserts -- Religious aspects.,
  • Solitude -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church.,
  • Alienation (Theology),
  • Reconciliation -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesStudies in formative spirituality ;, v. 1, no. 2
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX2350.2 .S74 vol. 1, no. 2
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 182-320 ;
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4147512M
    LC Control Number80126768

    He knew that any given thing on the face of the earth could reveal the history of all things. One could open a book to any page, or look at a person's hand; one could turn a card, or watch the flight of birds whatever the thing observed, one could find a connection with his experience of the moment.   This exquisitely detailed chart and outline of the three stages of purgation, illumination, and unity in the spirituality of St. John of the Cross is another great starting point. And the Book of Numbers itself offers a biblical account of the ongoing rebellion, forgiveness, and encounters with God in the desert.

    of spirituality in both assessment and treatment. Evidence for this interest is found in the many books and articles written on spiritual and religious values in counseling. Counselors ask just about every imaginable question about a clientÕs life, yet often do not inquire about the influence and meaning of spirituality .   2. Abbey watches “the sky and the desert dissolve slowly into mystery.” Mystery is a prominent theme in his writings. What does he mean by it? How is it related to his emphasis on the clarity and surface of what he sees in the desert? How is it related to spirituality? 3. What are the characteristics of Abbey’s experience of solitude.

    “The Illumined Heart” is a nugget of deep wisdom, packing into one small volume an overview of early and Eastern Christian spirituality: fasting, repentance, the Jesus Prayer, love of others, and many other spiritual disciplines. Read an excerpt» 1 | 2 Download the Study Guide Book Description. John Cassian (c. AD – c. ), also known as John the Ascetic and John Cassian the Roman (Latin: Ioannes Eremita Cassianus, Ioannus Cassianus, or Ioannes Massiliensis), was a Christian monk and theologian celebrated in both the Western and Eastern churches for his mystical writings. Cassian is noted for his role in bringing the ideas and practices of Christian monasticism to the early.


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book the Desert Experience. The author defines and describes what he calls "the desert experience" along the spiritual path. A helpful book for those experiencing great loss, great loneliness, or other challenges of feeling forsaken and forgotten/5. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 21 cm.

Contents: Experiences of the desert --The desert of daily routine --The desert of loneliness --The desert of senselessness --Desert experience in the context of salvation history --Desert experience in scripture --Through the desert of doubt --Creative responses to the desert experience --Resisting and.

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While the first significant word in Numbers (), “Bamidbar” (in the desert), bestows upon the biblical book its Hebrew name, this is not the first time that reference is made to the desert in the Five Books of Moses. Already in Genesis, the desert is depicted as a place of exile, devoid of significant human habitation, attracting those consigned to its bleak landscape to live an outlaw.

by Juliana Weber. Man of Sorrows, by William Dyce, It is characteristic of God in Scripture to lead chosen people into the isolation and barrenness of the wilderness or desert. 1 In general, the idea of nomadic life as morally pure and urban life as corrupt is thematic.

2 This makes for an uneasy contrast with the post-industrial trend towards urbanization. Christ-followers must lead holy and godly lives. Peter often mentions Jesus’ second coming, even devoting a whole section to the “Day of the Lord” in 2nd Peter, chapter 3.

The experience of the wilderness opens us up to a deeper and more profound faith in God and in His goodness even as we wander through the lonely desert. God says, “I will allure you, and bring you to the lonely wilderness, and there in your heart, I will speak tenderly in the barren soil of your loneliness, I will speak my love.

A wilderness experience in the life of a believer is often a tool used by God to shape him for some leadership position or specific calling. While the desert one is thrust into may be physical in nature or purely psychological, wilderness experiences share common characteristics and yet yield an array of differentiating results for those who travel.

Books that explore the canyons and deserts of the American Southwest, through story or experience. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.

The books of Exodus and Deuteronomy provide us with some practical tips for when we go through a wilderness experience. These come from Moses and the Israelites’ own experience of wandering around in the desert for forty years.

They won’t. In this transcript of a retreat talk, Trevor Miller offers an outline for Understanding Desert Monasticism. DESERT FATHERS. In the early centuries of the Church’s history, spreading as it did along the trade routes of the Middle East and the Mediterranean and Aegean coastlands, places of worship were the homes of believers or the open air, wherever they could meet unseen because there was.

SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE The terms “spiritual experience” and “spiritual awaken-ing” are used many times in this book which, upon careful reading, shows that the personality change sufficient to bring about recovery from alcoholism has manifested itself among us in many different forms.

Yet it is true that our first printing gave many readers. spirituality. While Love suggests that religion and spirituality overlap, he does not delve further as to why or how. Nash makes the distinction by saying that spirituality is an inward expression, while religion is an outward expression of faith.

While both Love and Nash attempt to define the terms, I. Desert spirituality is a way of seeking God that is characterized by the "desert theology" of the Old Testament that remains central to the Judeo-Christian tradition, namely God keeping his people wandering for 40 years in the desert and in subsequent centuries calling them into the desert as a testing ground, where they may experience a change of heart and, by proving themselves obedient to.

The Desert () In the author, an art historian suffering from asthma, took off, mostly alone, into the Colorado and Sonoran Deserts for three years. This profound book is valuable not only for its meditations on the desert but as an early warning against modernism.

Peregrine Smith Inc, Desert. Originally published in the Scientific and Medical Network Review, Winter Spiritual experiences are overwhelmingly positive experiences.

They are experiences of rapture, in which we perceive reality at a heightened intensity, feel a powerful sense of inner well-being, experience a sense of oneness with our surroundings and become aware of a force of benevolence and harmony which pervades. Well, God may be fond of the desert, but I am not.

So it is much to my chagrin that I find myself back in the desert lately, without having moved from my tree-surrounded home. Something has taken over my heart and even my mind. I can only describe it as desolation. I feel as barren and dry as the most unforgiving desert on earth. And it is, to a degree.

But when one looks closer, The Alchemist is filled with metaphors and beautiful imagery about life, love, and God’s plan for us. The story of Santiago’s journey is intriguing. However, the lessons he learns about life are what make the book meaningful. The Alchemist begins in the Andalusian region of Spain, where Santiago is a shepherd who dreams of traveling beyond.

Spirituality and religious activity have been a source of comfort and relief from stress for multitudes of people. While people use many different religions and paths to find God or to express their spirituality, research has shown that those who are more religious or spiritual and use their spirituality to cope with challenges in life experience many benefits to their health and well-being.