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Reflections on Mysticism, Every Monday 7.30pm €65/10wk term

Screen Shot 2013-11-29 at 10.10.49During these evenings of Reflections on Mysticism, we begin with a twenty-minute guided meditation session followed by a ten-minute walking meditation and then a further twenty-minute silent meditation. This practice is followed by reflections on Mysticism across Western and Eastern traditions. While ‘Mysticism for Modern Times’ & ‘Eternal Wisdom’ by Willigis Jaeger* remains the principal source of inspiration other valuable texts are also explored.

“Only the still pool reflects the stars” Zen 

The value of these evenings lies in the power of meditation within a group setting. The experience reaches far beyond the intellect and human knowledge. Recent scientific research has proven the universal value of this ancient wisdom that we try to espouse.

‘As we recover more and more of the ancient contemplative traditions, we are finding immense similarities in goal, practice, and effects. At the mystical level, we are seemingly talking about the same experience, despite  our different vocabularies and styles’

Richard Rohr

Classes start:    September 21st 2015 and every term 
Class times are Mondays 7.30 – 9.45 

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*Willigis Jaeger is a Benedictine and Zen master & Director of Benedictushof, Wurzburg, Germany.

Facilitated by Ann McGovern & Marie-Andre Horsthemke

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