Category Archives: John Dupuche

A Jewish Family in 3rd cent. BCE,  Reflections on verses from the Book of Tobit

A Jewish Family in 3rdcent. BCE,  Reflections on verses from the Book of Tobit  Year 1, Week 9, Monday                                                                  Glenroy 1977 Tobit 1.1; 2.1-8 What is good grows. What is good wishes to excel itself. But the only way to … Continue reading

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Good and evil, grace and sin: commentary on select verses from Genesis 1-11

Good and evil, grace and sin: commentary on select verses from Genesis 1-11 Year 1, Week 5, Monday                                                     Glenroy 1977 “God said: ‘Let there be light’ and there was light.”   Genesis 1:3 God does not engage in some complex process … Continue reading

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Letter to the Hebrews, Commentary on some verses

Letter to the Hebrews, Commentary on some verses Glenroy 1977 Year 1, Week 1, Tuesday                                                  “You have put him in command of everything.”       Hebrews 2.5-9 For Christ is coming and will take possession of all things, being master even … Continue reading

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LE VIN, Versets sur le vin cités dans le commentaire de Jayaratha sur le Tantrāloka, ch. 29 d’Abhinavagupta

LE VIN Versets sur le vin cités dans le commentaire de Jayaratha sur le Tantrāloka, ch. 29 d’Abhinavagupta                         L’essence du vin Cit.13b.1         « L’alcool est la suprême Śakti ; … Continue reading

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Mutual Enrichment: Meditation in Tantra and Christianity

  Mutual Enrichment: Meditation in Tantra and Christianity Lecture given at the Australian Meditation Conference, Australian Catholic University 21 July 2108 Introduction Mindfulness develops attentiveness in every way. It breaks down the silo effect which keeps different traditions apart. This paper … Continue reading

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The Rivers of Paradise, A spiritual autobiography

THE RIVERS OF PARADISE, A spiritual autobiography John R. Dupuche Introduction A river flows out of Eden to water the garden, and from there it divides and becomes four branches. The name of the first is Pishon; it is the one that … Continue reading

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Activities, Circular letter, 2006

Dear Friends This circular letter is my way of keeping in touch with friends whom I see all too rarely. It will help us keep in contact – even if just electronically. I hope that you will see many good … Continue reading

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