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Nonattachment in Practice

Nonattachment clearly explained.

June 29, 2015 in Buddhism, Christianity, Talks by

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The Language of Inner Truth

We use the same words, but they have a different meaning when talking about higher truth.

June 29, 2015 in Buddhism, Christianity, Talks by

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Teresa of Calcutta: A Pencil in God’s Hand, by Franca Zambonini

Stories and interviews about the life of Mother Teresa.

June 26, 2015 in Books, Christianity by

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On Love and Happiness, by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Teilhard de Chardin probes the innermost dynamics of love and celebrates it as the most universal, tremendous, and mysterious of the cosmic forces.

February 2, 2014 in Books, Christianity by

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Contemplative Prayer, by Thomas Merton

Contemplative Prayer shows how the practicing Christian can leverage Vedanta’s raja yoga without having to leave his or her native faith tradition.

November 13, 2013 in Books, Christianity by

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Finding Grace at the Center: The Beginning of Centering Prayer, by M. Basil Pennington and Thomas Keating

Communion with God through meditation is not only a Vedanta practice, it also is a native Christian tradition that has been largely forgotten. This simple books explains Christian meditation.

November 6, 2013 in Books, Christianity by

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Sunday Service: Saying Grace

The secret behind saying grace.

November 3, 2013 in Christianity, Services by

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Sunday Service: The Limits of Compassion

Compassion is like walking for five minutes every day, while love is like jogging for 45. Compassion just doesn’t cut it.

October 27, 2013 in Buddhism, Christianity, Services by

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The Five Kinds of Poverty

As we move toward God, most of our needs fall away.

October 26, 2013 in Buddhism, Christianity, Talks by

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Hadewijch, by Paul Mommaers

This book takes a thorough look at Hadewijch, a 13th century Christian mystics and leader of a Netherlands beguine community, which is a group of people who live as monastics but do not take any formal vows.

October 9, 2013 in Books, Christianity by

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