A compilation of two books: "Silent Music" which deals with meditation ^in the great world religions, aiming to temper a purely materialistic ^culture and re-invest science with a sense of the divine within nature, ^and "The Wounded Stag" which looks...
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A compilation of two books: "Silent Music" which deals with meditation ^in the great world religions, aiming to temper a purely materialistic ^culture and re-invest science with a sense of the divine within nature, ^and "The Wounded Stag" which looks solely at the Christian mystical ^tradition.
Uniting the wisdom of Silent Music and The Wounded Stag, Johnston presents a synthesis of Eastern and Western religious insights with modern science. What results is a complete picture of meditation and how it affects consciousness, health, and intimacy. "A model of balanced thinking and lucid writing".--Kirkus Review.
WILLIAM JOHNSTON has translated several works from the contemplative traditions of both East and West, as well as work by the great Japanese novelist Shusaku Endo. HUSTON SMITH, the author of "The World's Religions," is widely regarded as the most eloquent and accessible contemporary authority on the history of religions. He has taught at MIT and the University of California, Berkeley.
- Part 1 Silent Music: Meditation - The Meditation Movement, The New
- Science, Brainwave And Biofeedback, The Science Of Mysticism
- Consciousness - Initiation, The Road To Ecstasy, Return To The
- Market-place, A Perilous Journey
- Healing - Meditation Therapy And Passive Energy, The Healing Of The Mind,
- The Deeper Healing, Cosmic Healing
- Intimacy - Meditation And Intimacy, Mystical Friendship, Friendship The
- Cosmic Dimension
- Epilogue - Convergence. Part 2 The Wounded Stag: The Desert
- Christian Mysticism
- Moses The Mystic
- Presence And Absence
- Covenant And Conversion
- Jesus Mysticism
- Eucharistic Mysticism
- Mysticism And Life
- Mysticism And Poverty
- Mysticism And Peace
- The Irish Conflict
- The Woman