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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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LES CHAKRAS ; UNE EXPLICATION CHRÉTIENNE Jean-Robert Dupuche jeandupuche@gmail.com http://www.johndupuche.com Je tiens à remercier Prof. Jean-Marie Gueullette, Directeur, Centre Interdisciplinaire d’Éthique, Lyon Catholic University, de m’avoir invité à rédiger ce texte. TABLE DES MATIERES Introduction Les six chakras Sur la source … Continue reading

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Sikh – Catholic conversation Written Guru – Living Word

Sikh – Catholic conversation               Written Guru – Living Word The Word goes through various stages.  I           The Living Word The book of nature, the history of the Jewish people and the oracles proclaimed … Continue reading

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Interfaith Ceremonies, Guidelines

The following text, Part III, was translated into about 10 languages and disseminated in the context of the World Day of Prayer at Assisi in 2011 initiated by Pope Benedict XVI.    Promoting Interfaith Relations [The first edition of these Guidelines was officially … Continue reading

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2010, Christianity as Paradox

The Dialectic of Paradox and Knowledge School of Philosophy, Spring Symposium 21 November 2010, Tourists to Greece are sometimes led through a grove of trees just outside a monastery on one of the hills surrounding Athens. The play of light … Continue reading

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