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Gnosis 47: Prayer and Meditation. A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions (New)
Book ID: GNO47, GNO47
"If prayer assumes a dialogue or interaction with the Other, and meditation enables us to discover that the Other is, at root, our deepest self, the final fruit of such efforts is the realization that all beings are passengers on the same ark."
-- Jay Kinney, from the introduction
Contents -- Spring 1998
by Jay Kinney
News & Notes
The Kabbalah goes mainstream; roadside shrines of the Southwest.
Introduction: Pray Tell
by Jay Kinney
Do you need to be able to sit still to meditate or pray?
The Essence of Prayer
by Theodore J. Nottingham
True prayer may have more to do with changing your inner nature than with getting what you ask for.
Way of the Sacred Pipe
by Jay Cleve
In the American Indian tradition, the sacred pipe is both a portable altar and the embodiment of a teaching.
Toxic Prayer: An Interview with Larry Dossey
by Richard Smoley
The bestselling author discusses the unsettling possibility that prayer has power to hurt as well as heal.
The Sufi and the Zen Master
by John W. Groff Jr.
How two masters from different traditions helped bring about one man's awakening.
The Soul in Prayer
by Robert Sardello
On engaging with the inner life of your consciousness in prayer.
Mysteries of the Sun
by Siobhan Houston
The Bulgarian magus Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov taught a "yoga of the sun"
as a means of spiritual growth.
All That Glitters: An Interview with E.J. Gold & Co.
by Richard Smoley
The idiosyncratic teacher and his team talk about death, angels, Gurdjieff, and dressing up in chicken suits.
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Energy Explained by Callum Coats
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Forrest, Adam (ed)
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About the book:
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